By G. Sanford
Democratic govt has now been entrenched in Poland. An more and more major eu actor, Poland offers troublesome but additionally stimulating demanding situations to new NATO and european affiliates. This authoritative assessment examines extensive the constitutional and governmental framework in Poland on account that 1989 and its imperative political associations, mechanisms and actors. Sanford demonstrates how the governmental approach advanced pragmatically in the course of the Nineties to deal with modernization and consolidated attainable self sufficient statehood consensually round Poland's hardy constitutional values.
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20 Democratic Government in Poland 46 This is stressed in the older and classical interpretations by Reddaway, Dembinski and Kukiel in The Cambridge History of Poland (1697–1935) Chs 5–8, but downplayed by Lukowski in the work cited in the previous reference. 47 Dyboski, op. , p. 133. 48 Stefania Ochman, Plans for Parliamentary Reform in the Commonwealth in the Seventeenth Century, in Czapli´nski, op. , pp. 163–87. 49 Cf. B. Grochulska, Ksiestwo ˛ Warszawskie(Warsaw: Wiedza Powszechna, 1966) and J.
Such discussions, however, raised issues about the Marxist-Leninist attitude towards democracy and parliamentarianism; cf. Andrzej Gwi˙zd˙z, Posl⁄ owie Komunistycznej Frakcji Poselskej o ustroju pa´nstwowym Polski przedwrze´sniowej, Pa´nstwo i Prawo XIII, no. 12 (December 1958). 80 Antony Polonsky, Politics in Independent Poland, 1921–1939 (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1972) Chs 2 and 3. 81 Michal⁄ Pietrzak, Rz ady ˛ parlamentarne w Polsce w latach 1919–1926 (Warsaw: KiW, 1969), pp. 309–10. 82 Peter D.
Marian K. Dziewanowski, Joseph Pil⁄ sudski: a European Federalist, 1918–1922 (Stanford CA: Hoover Institution Press, 1969). 18 Raymond Leslie Buell, Poland: Key to Europe (London: Jonathan Cape, 1939), p. 45. , p. 43. 20 For the interplay between Piast and Jagiellonian ideas in the interwar Endek and Sanacja camps, see Jaros⁄law Ksia˙˛zek, Historyczne i wspólczesne watki idei Jagiello´nskiej w narodowodemokratyczne publicystyce i historiograﬁi okresu mie˛ dzywojennego, Studia Polityczne, no. 4 (1995), 147–63.