30 January 1995 PRESIDENT LECH WALESA’S RIGHT-HAND MAN is the most demonized figure in contemporary Poland. Mieczyslaw Wachowski ‘s shadowy past and vast but informal influence have given the president’s office an unsavory and even sinister aura. Wachowski’s machinations, evident in many of the conflicts that erupted in 1994, have prompted alarm and criticism, yet […]

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