Walesa warning to parliament

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The Independent Online
WARSAW (Reuter) - President Lech Walesa threw his weight behind Poland's shaky coalition government by threatening to dissolve parliament if it failed to approve the 1993 budget.

He issued the warning during talks with the Prime Minister, Hanna Suchocka, whose seven-party coalition has lost a series of parliamentary votes and is widely expected to resign if it loses the budget vote on Friday.