Walesa gets tough

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WARSAW (Reuter) - President Lech Walesa came under renewed pressure yesterday to take Poland's month-long coalition-building effort back to the drawing board by allowing the hapless Prime Minister, Waldemar Pawlak, to step down. Mr Walesa countered with an ultimatum to squabbling political parties to produce a quick solution to the stalemate caused by Mr Pawlak's failure to form a government, or accept a cabinet of his own choosing.

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