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Stasinski, Maciej

Stasinski, Maciej

Maciej Stasiński was born in Warsaw in 1955. From 1981 to 1995 he worked as a correspondent for La Vanguardia in Barcelona. Since 1995 he has worked as an editor and journalist for Gazeta Wyborcza.

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Dziennik Gazeta Prawna - Poland | 04/12/2007

Tusk's first official visit to Brussels

The new Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk is making his first official visit to Brussels today. Andrzej Talaga comments: "Tusk wants to show Europeans the new Poland that is free of the unruly temperament of the Kaczynskis - and Europe will breathe a sigh of relief. ... It's nice to be popular, but we shouldn't attach too much importance to the feelings of our European partners. It's much more important that they take our needs and fears seriously. And still more important is that we ourselves know what we want to achieve in the EU. ... Poland is too weak to form its own lobby within the EU, but too strong to be an uncritical member of a camp. We need the support of all the major EU members. The principle of preserving as much sovereignty as possible appears to be the most effective for achieving this at present."

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