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Polish President Aleksander Kwasniewski published an outspoken attack on the right-wing opposition, saying its calls for a patriotic awakening threatened the country's top goal of European integration.

"The worst effects could be a halt in economic growth and the triumph of Euro-scepticism in Poland," Mr Kwasniewski, a former senior communist now turned social democrat, wrote in an article for Gazeta Wyborcza.

Reuter - Warsaw

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