by Jan Maksymiuk No other issue provoked such a stir in Poland this year as the country’s new administrative division. It took six months for the Polish government to pass a law this summer replacing the current 49 provinces with 16 new ones. From its communist past, Poland inherited a two-tiered administrative system with 49 […]

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