Gazeta Wyborcza (Polish pronunciation: ; The Electoral Gazette in English) is a Polish nationwide daily newspaper based in Warsaw, Poland. Launched on May 8, 1989, as the first Polish daily newspaper after the transformation. The newspaper was founded on the basis of the Polish Round Table Agreement, as a press organ of the trade union "Solidarity" in the election campaign before the Contract Sejm (in 1990, the union broke ties). It is published by Agora, with its original editor-in-chief Adam Michnik, appointed by Lech Wałęsa, Gazeta Wyborcza is one of Poland's newspapers of record, covering the gamut of political, international and general news from a liberal perspective. More information...

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