Lech Walesa has shaken up the political scene and jeopardized his own position. Now the hunt is on for a candidate who can defeat him by MITCHELL ORENSTEIN PRESIDENT LECH WALESA’S threat on 2 February to dissolve parliament, his demand for Prime Minister Waldemar Pawlak’s resignation four days later, and his indications that he might […]

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