21 November 1999 The Polish government’s representatives in the Sejm were fed up. The opposition was submitting an endless list of “amendment” proposals to the government’s tax reform package as a means of stalling its passage. Even on Sunday, the opposition had submitted a total of 150 amendments for consideration. Then, the government’s deputies came […]

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