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eBook The Anatomy of the New Poland: Post-Communist Politics in Its First Phase (Studies of Communism in Transition) ePub

by Frances Millard

  • ISBN: 1852789247
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Frances Millard
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Edward Elgar Pub; New ed. edition (February 1, 1994)
  • Pages: 260
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19 20 21 Solidarity, 1991; F. Canovan, see note 15, 20-21. Essentially, there was no rule of law in a liberal understanding in the communist countries. Although all of them had constitutions as the prevailing formal law of the land, the policies pursued by the ruling parties were the actual law serving to regulate and control the population. 30 ‘Socialist legality’, to use a term coined by 27 28 29 30 M. Reisman, Why Regime Change Is (Almost Always) a Bad Idea, AJIL 98 (2004), 516 et.

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Poland was once the shining example of the EU’s eastward expansion. In the elections of 2015, the PiS became the first party since 1989 to win a majority of seats in the lowest chamber of parliament

Poland was once the shining example of the EU’s eastward expansion. Donald Tusk, its former president, now serves as president of the European Council. The next section organizes a case study of Poland around the theoretical assumptions of the theoretical framework. In the elections of 2015, the PiS became the first party since 1989 to win a majority of seats in the lowest chamber of parliament. The PiS has traditionally drawn support from religious, social conservative areas in small towns and rural areas of eastern Poland.

The Anatomy of the New Poland examines the nature and scope of political change in the first years of post-communist politics in Poland.Poland is significant not only because events there triggered the downfall of Communism throughout the region, but also because of the bold economic experiments of the new Polish leadership. Covering the period from the round table negotiations of 1989 to the second free parliamentary elections in September 1993, the book blends an examination of the general features of communist systems and the challenges for democratic development in Eastern Europe with a specific analysis of the situation in Poland.In an authoritative analysis, Frances Millard discusses the shaping of the new constitutional framework and the interplay of political institutions in Poland while highlighting the influences upon the development of political parties and the emergence of a new party system. The dilemmas and achievements of post-communist politics are illustrated with reference to topical issues of decommunization and privatization.Written in a clear, accessible style, this book links developments in Poland to general themes in political science. As an assessment of the factors that undermine, and those that further, the emergence of democratic politics, it will be welcomed by scholars and students of the development and transformation of post-communist societies.