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NEW YORK, May 29, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The African conservation group, Tusk, whose Royal Patron is HRH The Duke of Cambridge today announced the appointment of Ellen C.
Poland will be borrowing $3.73 billion from World Bank to assist the country's social services, labor market and public finances, government officials said. World Bank President Robert Zoellick and Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk, accompanied by Polish banking and financial experts Monday considered
Text of report in English by Polish national independent news agency PAP Warsaw, 7 October: Prime Minister Donald Tusk said Tuesday that in his opinion the Polish parliament would not approve plans to hold a referendum on ownership transformations in hospitals.
Text of report in English by Polish national independent news agency PAP Warsaw, 10 September: Asked about his opinion concerning the case of a 45-year-old man accused of imprisoning and raping his daughter, Prime Minister Donald Tusk called the situation a "tragedy" and said he would push for a law to require incorrigible pedophiles to be chemically castrated.
Text of report in English by Polish national independent news agency PAP Konstantynow Lodzki, 30 July: Polish hospitals will face "wild privatisation" unless healthcare reform legislation prepared by ruling Civic Platform has been adopted, Poland's Prime Minister Donald Tusk said.
Text of report by Czech privately-owned independent centre-left newspaper Pravo website, on 16 July [Commentary by Alexandr Mitrofanov: "Russia, oil, and missiles"] After signing the radar treaty [with the United States on 8 July], the Czech Republic has moved closer to becoming, in line with the government's intentions, the United States' advance outpost.
By Olga Markiewicz and Pawel Kozlowski WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland's popular Prime Minister Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz resigned on Friday after growing tensions with his Law and Justice party, making way for Jaroslaw Kaczynski, twin brother of the president, to take over.
By Malgorzata Rakowiec and Nathaniel Espino GDANSK (Reuters) - Polish center-right parties on Sunday ended talks aimed at creating a coalition government and delegates left the site of the negotiations without speaking to reporters.
By Pawel Sobczak and Natalia Reiter WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland's conservatives, buoyed by the presidential victory of their leader Lech Kaczynski, offered to embrace market reforms on Monday to try to coax their Civic Platform allies into a government.
WARSAW (Reuters) - Final results from Poland's presidential run-off on Monday confirmed the victory of conservative leader Lech Kaczynski over pro-business rival Donald Tusk. The state electoral commission said Kaczynski captured 54.04 percent of the vote. Turnout stood at 51 percent.
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