15 December 1999 Legislation on four major social reforms-administration, health care, pensions, and education-was completed in 1998. The process of implementing the reforms introduced by Prime Minister Jerzy Buzek’s government began on 1 January and has met mixed reviews. The modernization program-meant to sweep away the remains of the pre-1989 communist system and propel Poland […]

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