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Workers protests led to demands for change in Poland. A worker named named Lech Walesa started a national trade union in 1980. The national trade union was called Solidarity. It gained support of the workers and the Roman Catholic Church.
After a wave of demonstration in 1988 the polish regime agreed to free the parliamentary elections. It was the first free election in 40 years ending the communism that lasted for 45 years.
On December 1990, Walesa was chosen to be president. The new path for Poland was not easy, it had rapid free market which led to severe popular discontent. At the end of 1995 Aleksander Kwasniewski defeated Walesa and became president which was a former communist.
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