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Andrzej Milczanowski

Andrzej Stanislaw Milczanowski was the first director of Poland’s civilian intelligence agency in the Solidarity government from 1990-1992. He was appointed minister of interior in 1995.

A famed Solidarity activist and lawyer, Mr. Milczanowski was jailed during Poland’s martial law period in the early 1980s. He emerged from prison to lead strikes and organize anti-government protests in the late 1980s. Mr. Milczanowski has won numerous human rights awards.

Articles by Andrzej Milczanowski

PiS’s Latest Coup de Grace: Scapegoating in Poland

In its blind effort to reinvent Poland’s past, the current government turns former employees of the country’s security services into scapegoats.

November 26, 2017