by Peter Rutland 1998 was the year in which Poland returned to the path of structural market reform, which had been partly interrupted by the election of a socialist government in 1993. The November 1997 parliamentary election resulted in a coalition government led by Prime Minister Jerzy Buzek and composed of Marian Krzaklewski’s Solidarity Electoral […]

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