6 February 2000 A recent poll found that 49 percent of Poles say parliamentary deputies should be able to vote according to their own consciences if the deputies think their party’s faction is wrong on a particular issue. Only 21 percent said deputies should always follow the party line. When it comes to ministers, 56 […]

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