23 April 2000 The upcoming Polish presidential elections seem to have intruded into the state’s personnel politics again. Last week, Minister of the Treasury Emil Wasacz fired Slawomir Sykucki, the chairman of the state-owned lottery company Totalizator Sportowy. The daily newspaper Gazeta Wyborcza speculated on 19 April that Wasacz’s party, the Solidarity Electoral Action (AWS), […]

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