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November 5, 2008   
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Things have been quite busy over the past week: Prime Minister Donald Tusk met with the leader of the largest opposition party, Jarosław Kaczyński, and, surprisingly, they both refrained from using the language of war when talking to reporters afterwards; the government met with President Lech Kaczyński, and again, calm language was in evidence; Tusk's Cabinet announced a "road map" for Poland to adopt euro on Jan. 1, 2012, and President Kaczyński took until Thursday to say he would prefer the country to enter the euro-zone much later; the zloty started regaining ground, and the color green returned to the Warsaw Stock Exchange; finally, Poland ended its military mission in Iraq.

Whenever we succumb to a sentimental mood at this time of year, which happens quite a lot, we like to speak of the "golden Polish autumn." Yes, the sun is shining, it is warm outside, and the myriad colors of the vegetation make painters feel uneasy about their creative abilities. The government coalition is finalizing its "October revolution," struggling to push 140-odd laws through the parliament. How many of these bills will be stopped in their tracks by the president, who may be prompted to use his right of veto?

There are many weeks in a year.
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