24 April 2003 WARSAW, Poland–It wasn’t only Wlodzimierz Czarzasty [a member of the National Broadcasting Council] who seemed to be suffering from a faulty memory. When Adam Michnik was asked [by the Sejm Commission] whether he had informed the president about the “Rywin” affair, he answered that he knew so many presidents that he didn’t […]

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