POLAND: Government Defers"Emergency Legislation
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session of parliament next week was "completely out f the question.". Solidarity leader Walesa yestsrdayasserted confidently thataw would not be con-sidered. hurch spokesman told amsamjsssmmmmmmjeBjBmma^ that Archbishop Glemp had playedrole inarty Chief Jaruzelski to defer the legislation, which, he claimed, Jaruzelski had wanted "very badly." bbbbwV
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The regime has not backed down entirely inearch for ways to control Solidarity. At the, mentary session, scheduled for IS andecember, the government mayong-delayed draft law on -'trade unions which reportedly proposes somen strikes and which authorizes parliament to ban strikes .for three months duringyear. Such provisions would be scrutinized and debated in parliament because -Solidarity leaders are known to be critical of some of these provisions.Original document.