1st March 2013
Former president Aleksander Kwasniewski launched himself back into Polish politics last week with the announcement of his plan to unite leftist parties on one list for the European elections under the banner of Europa Plus. Mr Kwasniewski who was a minister in the communist government during the 1980s and following 1989 one of the leaders of the left-wing Social Democracy of the Republic of Poland, the successor to the communist Polish Workers’ Party (PZPR), succeeded Lech Walesa as president in 1995 and served two terms stepping down in 2005.
Aleksander Kwasniewski is back in politics with Europa Plus
The years of Mr Kwasniewski’s presidency are generally well-remembered by voters from all sides and it is widely believed that he and his wife Jol ...
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