40 years ago, brutal martial law was imposed in Poland
December 13, 1981, is a day of sorrowful reflection in Poland on the suppression of democracy, freedom of speech and human rights
Polish archbishop: Some want to tear John Paul II from our hearts
Zybertowicz’s rules of liberal democracy a la Third Republic
On the 30th anniversary of The Round Table Talks, presidential advisor professor Andrzej Zybertowicz lists the flaws of the Third Polish Republic (III RP) and its relation to the Round Table Talks.
Martial law: killers unpunished
Poland’s peaceful Solidarity movement was crushed by tanks in 1981 with 100 dead, 10,000 in prison, thousands forced to emigrate and the economy in tatters. But its architects, General Wojciech Jaruzelski and General Czesław Kiszczak have not been held to account for waging war on the nation.
The highest authority of “Gazeta Wyborcza”
Jaruzelski’s daughter enters politics
Monika Jaruzelska, the daughter of the last president of the communist Polish People’s Republic (PRL) seeks entry into Polish politics. Jaruzelska declares support for Law and Justice’s social reforms but in the upcoming local elections she will have the backing of postcommunists