9 January 2000 The tension within Poland’s Solidarity Electoral Action (AWS) is starting to border on the ludicrous. A group of 74 parliamentary deputies from the AWS signed a petition that demands the resignation of Treasury Minister Emil Wasacz. The petition argues that Wasacz has mismanaged the privatization process and placed the state finances in […]

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