The District Prosecutor's Office in Warsaw has filed and indictment against Lech Walesa, the former president of Poland and a Nobel Peace Prize laureate, in a case related to allegations he was a communist-era informant.
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The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) in Strasbourg has ruled that Lech Walesa, the former Polish president and Solidarity leader, had his "right to a fair hearing" violated by a Polish court.
Poland's opposition leader Donald Tusk told a vast crowd of anti-government demonstrators in the centre of Warsaw on Sunday that their march showed the government “how many of us are ready to fight for democracy.”
An exhibition which highlights the history of the Gdańsk shipyard from its early days in the 19th century is on at the European Solidarity Centre.
The death of Britain’s longest serving monarch has sent shock waves around the world.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has compared Ukraine’s fight for independence to the confrontation in 1980 between Polish workers and Poland’s then communist government.
Representatives of opposition parties, local governments and NGOs have signed an agreement on citizen monitoring of the 2023 parliamentary election in order "to prevent voting irregularities."
Lech Wałęsa, the former Solidarity leader who spearheaded Poland’s battle with communism, revealed on Friday that he had Covid-19.
Lech Wałęsa, the founder and first leader of the Solidarity Union and a former Polish president, has been charged with perjury in a case related to documents indicating that he was an informant for the communist security services in the 1970s.
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