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114.21 Polityka i Rząd: PZPR - VII Zjazd Partii, 1975
114.21 Polityka i Rząd: PZPR - VII Zjazd Partii.
114.21 Polityka i Rząd: PZPR - VII Zjazd Partti.
www.osa.ceu.hu /db/fa/300-50-1-1.htm   (13283 words)

  
 PZPR - Polska Zjednoczona Platforma Radosci
Powiedzieli mu tez, ze cala opozycja wspolpracowala i poradzili aby przestal sie pultac i zajal sie czyms pozytecznym.
PZPR informuje, ze towarzysz Klodzio prawdopodobnie nie bedzie juz osobiscie batozyl przedstawicieli wymiaru sprawiedliwosci, a jesli juz to bedzie czynil to rzadko, albowiem, lejac asesora w gdynskim sadzie, spocil sie.
PZPR nadaje tytul przodwnic pracy socjalistycznej Maryli rodowicz i Monice Olejnik - za to, ze przez ponad 60 ostatnich lat potrafily zawsze znalezc swoje miejsce na topie.
www.geocities.com /klaudiuszwesolek/pzpr.html   (7607 words)

  
 Poland - POLITICAL PARTIES   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
The PZPR was formed in 1948 with the merger of the Polish United Workers' Party and the Polish Socialist Party.
Despite the nominal diversity of the Sejm, the noncommunist parties had little impact, and the Sejm was essentially a rubber-stamp body that enacted legislation approved by the central decision-making organs of the PZPR.
The PZPR relaxed its intimidation of the intelligentsia, artists, and the church.
countrystudies.us /poland/80.htm   (395 words)

  
 The Historical Setting: The Polish People's Republic
The PZPR was to be both the defender of Polish nationalism and the keeper of communist ideology.
The PZPR hardliners, who had been alarmed by Gomulka's modest reforms, seized the opportunity to force the first secretary into purging Jews from party and professional positions, exacerbating discontent among the most vocal elements of Polish society.
Although the PZPR ousted Gierek as first secretary and proclaimed its willingness to cooperate with the fledgling union, the ruling party still sought to frustrate its rival and curtail its autonomy in every possible way.
info-poland.buffalo.edu /classroom/longhist6.html   (4020 words)

  
 More reading
Later, on June 4 and 18, Solidarity candidates won landslide victories in elections to the Sejm (the lower house of the Polish Parliament) and the Senate.
During a heated PZPR Plenum in January 1989, the Communist Party finally acquiesced to the last prerequisite for further dialogue—the willingness to discuss the re-legalization of Solidarity.
Privately, members of the PZPR leadership began to pressure American diplomats by stating that if Jaruzelski was not elected president it would effect the upcoming visit of President Bush.
www.videofact.com /english/more8.htm   (2875 words)

  
 CNN Cold War - Historical Documents: Brezhnev-Jaruzelski correspondence
In the PZPR right now there is no other individual whose authority is equal to yours; this is evident from the results of the vote at the plenum.
The 4th plenum of the PZPR CC directly linked the decision to change the First Secretary with the necessity for urgent measures to salvage socialism in Poland.
It is also clear that they are exploiting their current influence among the masses to establish a huge advantage in the upcoming elections for the national councils, thus continuing their path toward the legal seizure of power in the country.
www.cnn.com /SPECIALS/cold.war/episodes/19/documents/brez.jaru   (2521 words)

  
 Poland - THE CONSTITUTION
The constitution allowed the PZPR to control the state apparatus "in the interests of the working people." As a result, all levels of government were staffed with PZPR-approved personnel, and government in fact functioned as the party's administrative, subordinate partner.
For the first time, the constitution specifically mentioned the PZPR, which was accorded special status as the "guiding political force of society in building socialism." The document also recognized the Soviet Union as the liberator of Poland from fascism and as the innovator of the socialist state.
In the decade preceding the Round Table Agreement, the PZPR endorsed a number of amendments to the 1952 constitution in a vain attempt to gain legitimacy with the disgruntled population.
countrystudies.us /poland/71.htm   (1588 words)

  
 Legitymacja PZPR
Jako perspektywiczne cele ostateczne PZPR deklarowała utworzenie w Polsce społeczeństwa socjalistycznego (bez zasadniczych podziałów społecznych będących skutkiem istnienia własności prywatnej) oraz zwycięstwo komunizmu na całym świecie.
Władze PZPR były ściśle powiązane z władzami Komunistycznej Partii Związku Radzieckiego, polityka PZPR, a tym samym polityka państwa była pod wpływem Związku Radzieckiego.
Kolejna zmiana kierownictwa PZPR nastąpiła podczas masowych strajków i demonstracji robotników w grudniu 1970 r.).
www.polskaludowa.com /dokumenty/pzpr/legitymacja_PZPR.htm   (570 words)

  
 KPSU - COMMUNIST PARTY OF SOVIETEUROPEAN UNION
POLITBIURO OF CPSU(E) PZPR is grateful to Polish Prime Minister for his promise to solve the question of Jewish property this year.
PZPR Party protests against defamation of Bogdan Golik - the member of Euro-Parliament form Poland, who was accused of raping Belgian prostitute without condom.
All the members of PZPR were actively engaged in that event.
www.geocities.com /klaudiuszwesolek/kpsu.html   (262 words)

  
 Commanding Heights : Poland Political | on PBS
After a stage-managed referendum nationalizes the economy and eliminates the upper house of Parliament, the Communists win a large majority in the Sejm, or lower house.
In 1985 Mikhail Gorbachev assumes leadership of the Soviet Union; his liberal policies of glasnost and perestroika open the door for major reforms in Soviet satellite states.
The agreement reserves 60 percent of lower house seats for PZPR, but voters defiantly cross off PZPR candidates and give Solidarity an overwhelming victory.
www.pbs.org /wgbh/commandingheights/lo/countries/pl/pl_political.html   (830 words)

  
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He became a member of the Polish United Workers' Party (PZPR) in 1969, and graduated in 1977 with a degree in political science from the Academy of Social Sciences, affiliated with the PZPR Central Committee.
Between 1977 and 1982, he worked in the PZPR Central Committee and in 1986-1989 was the secretary of the PZPR Provincial Committee in Skierniewice.
In 1988, he was appointed a secretary of the PZPR Central Committee, and a year later he entered the party's Politburo.
www.chez.com /vipsgov/poland.htm   (852 words)

  
 Leszek Miller - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 1973-1974, Leszek Miller was the Secretary of the PZPR Plant Committee.
In July 1986, Leszek Miller was elected the 1st Secretary of the PZPR Provincial Committee in Skierniewice.
After the PZPR was dissolved, Leszek Miller became a cofounder of the Social Democracy of the Polish Republic (till March 1993, he was Secretary General, then Deputy Chairman and, from December 1997, the Chairman of that party).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Leszek_Miller   (1745 words)

  
 Untitled Document
Following Gomulka's removal, a new-look PZPR attempts to revive the economy by borrowing heavily from the West to upgrade Poland's capacity to produce export goods.
Together the committees intensify pressure on the PZPR for liberal reform.
Solidarity is legalised, a senate is reintroduced to the parliament with the power to veto decisions by the Sejm (lower house), the office of president of Poland is created, and Solidarity is allowed to run candidates in free elections for a limited number of parliamentary seats.
www.aldridgeshs.qld.edu.au /sose/revolutionaries/Walesa/note.htm   (2659 words)

  
 Poland the Round Table Agreement
The fifty-seven negotiators at the talks included representatives from the ruling PZPR, Solidarity, and various PZPR-sanctioned quasi-parties and mass organizations, such as the United Peasant Party, the Democratic Party, the Christian Social Union, the Association of Polish Catholics, and the All-Polish Alliance of Trade Unions.
Although election to the Senate was to be completely free and open, the PZPR and its traditionally subservient partners, the United Peasant Party and the Democratic Party, were assured of 60 percent of the seats in the 460-member Sejm; and religious organizations long associated with the regime were promised 5 percent of the seats.
Consequently, a second round of voting was necessary to fill the seats originally reserved for the PZPR coalition.
www.country-studies.com /poland/the-round-table-agreement.html   (490 words)

  
 Poland PZPR and Successor Parties - Flags, Maps, Economy, History, Climate, Natural Resources, Current Issues, ...
Official PZPR documents compiled in May 1987 revealed that only about 25 percent of the membership were politically active, more than 60 percent paid their dues but were inactive, and 15 percent did not even pay their dues.
The PZPR had accepted the necessity of economic decentralization, privatization, and price liberalization, realizing that to regain political legitimacy it had to win the cooperation of the opposition.
The SdRP, which inherited the assets and infrastructure of the PZPR, was a political force that could not be ignored in the reform era.
www.photius.com /countries/poland/government/poland_government_pzpr_and_successor_p~10523.html   (530 words)

  
 Negotiating Radical Change :: Glossary
Ciosek, Stanisław (1939-): Member of the PZPR, 1959-1990; Delegate to the Sejm, 1972-1985; regional First Secretary of the PZPR, 1975-1980; member of the Central Committee of the PZPR, 1980-1981, 1986-1990; member of the Council of Ministers, 1980-1985; General Secretary of the PZPR, 1986-1988; Ambassador to Moscow, 1990-1996.
Jaruzelski, Wojciech (1923-): Member of PPR and PZPR since 1947; Chief of the General Staff of the Polish Army, 1965-1968; Minister of Defense, 1968-1983; directed military assault on striking workers in Gdańsk, 1970; First Secretary of the PZPR, 1981-1989; Premier, 1981-1985; declared martial law and outlawed Solidarity, 1981; President, 1989-1990.
PZPR (Polska Zjednoczona Partia Robotnicza; Polish United Workers' Party): the name for Poland's communist party from 1948-1989; created by the merger of the PPS and the PPR.
www.umich.edu /~iinet/PolishRoundTable/negotiatingradicalchange/glossary.html   (3646 words)

  
 Solidarity's Coming Victory: Big or Too Big?
In direct communications between the PZPR and the Church, Kiszczak said that if Jaruzelski "was not elected president then we would be facing a further destabilization and the whole process of political transformation would have to end.
The Communists countered this offer with their own compromise to create a “grand coalition” in which PZPR delegates would maintain control over key power ministries such as the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Ministry of Defense, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
It should be noted that on August 12, the Polish charge in Washington met with Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Curtis W. Kamman to pass on a similar message of impending crisis.
www.gwu.edu /~nsarchiv/NSAEBB/NSAEBB42   (4280 words)

  
 History
A united Communist party is created under the name of the Polish United Workers' Party (PZPR).
Władysław Gomułka becomes First Secretary of the PZPR; Cardinal Wyszyński is released from detention.
1981, 13 December - The First Secretary of the PZPR Central Committee, General Wojciech Jaruzelski, imposes Martial Law in reaction to a public wave of increased defiance and economic difficulties.
www.angelfire.com /mi4/bela/history.htm   (738 words)

  
 FREE In-depth report - Martial Law - Poland
By 1981 military officers occupied fourteen seats in the PZPR Central Committee (three had been the norm during the Gierek regime).
In 1981, however, the near-collapse of the PZPR caused civilian party leaders to tie the army, by way of Jaruzelski, closer to the role of defending the regime against popular dissent.
Jaruzelski supporters replaced the discredited upper echelon of civilian PZPR officials, and during this period political officers remained in place at all levels of the military.
www.exploitz.com /Poland-Martial-Law-cg.php   (756 words)

  
 Amazon.com: PZPR   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Polska lokalna we w±adzy PZPR (Rozwój regionalny, rozwój lokalny, samorzad terytorialny) by Jerzy Pawe± Gieorgica (Unknown Binding - 1991)
Partia i literaci: Dokumenty Biura Politycznego KC PZPR 1959 (Unknown Binding - 1996)
Programy oswiatowe polskiej radykalnej lewicy socjalistycznej i polityka oswiatowa PZPR: Teksty zród±owe z komentarzem 1876-1976 by Kazimierz Dobrzynski (Unknown Binding - 1982)
www.amazon.com /s?ie=UTF8&keywords=PZPR&tag=acronymfinder-20&index=blended&link_code=qs&page=1   (285 words)

  
 POLAND'S ELECTIONS:
Marek Borowski – Friend of Russia, and of the Russia's Opponents
(8-10%)
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The party's membersip card was returned to him lately, however, a number of restrictions were imposed on him - for example, the trips abroad were forbidden.
Marek Borowski remained a member of PZPR till 1989, working in the Ministry of Internal Market (Ministerstwo Rynku Wewnetrznego).
For this reason in 1991 he became one of the founders of the new Democratic Left Alliance (Sojusz Lewicy Demokratycznej - SLD), majority of members of which came from the former PZPR.
www.axisglobe.com /article.asp?article=408   (848 words)

  
 POLAND: parliamentary elections Sejm, 1989
According to the accords, Senators would be chosen through free elections; in the Diet, the ruling Polish United Workers Party (PZPR) and its then allies were guaranteed 65% representation, the remaining 35% of the seats to be open to opposition figures and independents in freely contested races.
Given this outcome, a "grand coalition" was proposed by the PZPR but rejected by the newly created Citizens' Parliamentary Club (OKP).
Mazowiecki's Cabinet was approved; among its 23 members were eight Deputies, two Senators and representatives of the OKP, PZPR, ZSL and SD parties.
www.ipu.org /parline-e/reports/arc/2255_89.htm   (436 words)

  
 SLD
The decision about the foundation of SLD shall also be seen in the context of the preparations of the party to the first free election in 1991.
In the 1980s most of former members of PZPR had been reform-minded communists, representing those groups in the ruling communist party (PZPR) who in the 1980’s had supported the round table negotiations with the opposition.
The structural pressure and PZPR’s position enhanced the fractionalization inside the PZPR, after the fall of the Berlin wall a regular division of the party took place and the establishment of the new party federation SLD and several other new parties and groups on the Left.
www.sam.sdu.dk /~sr/SLD_uk.htm   (8621 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Prezes Rady Ministrow (Leszek Miller- PZPR), w drodze rozporzadzenia, moze wprowdzic cenzure publikacji oraz przesylek pocztowych i korespondencji telekomunikacyjnej oraz kontrole rozmow telefonicznych i sygnalow przesylanych w sieciach telekomunikacyjnych
Rada Ministrow (Leszek Miller - PZPR), w drodze rozporzadzenia, moze zarzadzic nadawanie sygnalow zaklocajacych prace radiowych i telewizyjnych urzadzen nadawczych i nadawczo odbiorczych.
Maja oni nadzieje ze zaszczuja nas wojskiem i policja tak jak to zrobil Jaruzelski (PZPR).
www.maloca.com /stank.htm   (739 words)

  
 math lessons - Znak
Znak was an association of lay Catholics in Poland, active between 1956 and 1976.
It was the only Catholic organisation supported both by the PZPR Communist party and the Catholic hierarchy.
It was created as one of several smaller groups that sprung up after dissolution of the communist-controlled association PAX of Bolesław Piasecki in 1956.
www.mathdaily.com /lessons/Znak   (233 words)

  
 Polish United Workers' Party - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
The Polish United Workers' Party (PUWP; in Polish, Polska Zjednoczona Partia Robotnicza, PZPR), was the governing political party in communist-ruled Poland from its creation (through a fusion of the communist Polish Workers' Party and the left wing of the Polish Socialist Party) in December 1948 until the regime's electoral defeat in 1989.
The fourth congress of the Polish United Workers' Party, held in 1963
You can find it there under the keyword PZPR (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PZPR)The list of previous authors is available here: version history (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=PZPRandaction=history).
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/PZPR   (207 words)

  
 AllRefer.com - Poland - Political Parties | Polish Information Resource
The first communist regime to gain power had outlawed the major pre-World War II parties--National Democracy, the Labor Party, and the Polish Peasant Party (see Consolidation of Communist Power, ch.
The PZPR relaxed its intimidation of the intelligentsia, artists, and the church (see The Polish Catholic Church and the State, ch.
The 1970 shipyard strikes, which claimed hundreds of victims, brought down the regime of Wladyslaw Gomulka (1956-70) and demonstrated the potential of workers to oppose unpopular PZPR policies (see The Gathering Crisis of People's Poland, 1956-80, ch.
reference.allrefer.com /country-guide-study/poland/poland205.html   (551 words)

  
 Polish ministries, etc.
1985) 28 Jun 1969 - 30 Jun 1970 Marian Olewinski PZPR (b.
1997) 30 Jun 1970 - 23 Dec 1970 Stanislaw Kociolek PZPR (b.
1932) 31 Jul 1981 - 6 Nov 1985 Janusz Obodowski PZPR (b.
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