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September 30, 2013   
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“Because it’s a country of contrasts: the theater director comes to work in a luxury S-Class Mercedes, but at the same time there’s no toilet paper, just old newspapers, in the toilets.”
—Janusz Józefowicz, a Polish choreographer and director of popular stage musicals, on why he likes to work in Russia

“Poland needs Bill Gates types, not dumbheads who just want to have a big house with a swimming pool.”
—Jarosław Kaczyński, leader of the conservative Law and Justice (PiS) party, criticizing Polish businessmen

“He’s like a multiple divorcee who’s tying the knot for the umpteenth time while pretending he’s a virgin.”
—Leszek Miller, leader of the Democratic Left Alliance (SLD), on Janusz Palikot, a controversial lawmaker known for his frequent political metamorphoses

“If the primary goal of a politician is to get his butt behind some comfortable desk, voters will sense that; a party cannot be an employment agency for politicians.”
—Andrzej Celiński, leader of the Democratic Party, on the new leftist Europa Plus group, which plans to run in the European Parliament elections
Compiled from press reports
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