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The dissolution yss%erday offor Social
Selj-CVj'enss removes an ecsy target for wvisf- and Polish Government propaganda, but memtere of the dissolved committee areelose to leaders of Solidarity and they uill remain active.
Although he is personally disliked by some other union leaders, committee leader Kuroney adviser to Solidarity leader Walesa. Kuron reportedlyey role in working out the compromise agreement on workers' self-management, mne
The Soviets dislike Kuron intensely, because they regard himkillful political strategist workingore democratic Poland while preserving theof party control. Despite the dissolution of the committee, Moscow will maintain intense criticism of Kuron and other political dissidents. fasmeV
The delegates to the Solidarity congress, meanwhile, yesterdayote on the self-management agreement.ommittee was named toesolution that would bn acceptableajority of the delegates. esamnV
ote could cone as early as today, although heated discussions behind closed doors could well delay Some delegates are already predicting that the congress could extend into next week. eaeTma
Soviet commentary yesterday focused upon alleged USn behalf of counterrevolutionary forces in Poland. Prominentthe examples cited by TABS and Pravda were broadcasts of Solidarity's "appeal" to Beat European and soviet workers by Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty. The Intensification of Moscow's continuing criticism of the Western radios ie probably intended to reduce the impact of theiron the_second session of the Solidarity congress. %
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