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November 22, 1991 - Image 124

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-11-22

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Walesa Assigns
A Difficult Task

Rome (JTA) — Bronislaw
Geremek, an intellectual of
Jewish origins who is not
afraid to warn publicly
about the resurgence of anti-
Semitism, is having a hard
time trying to put together a
new Polish government, a
task assigned him by Presi-
dent Lech Walesa following
inconclusive elections last
month.
His first round of coalition
talks ended "in a hostile at-
mosphere," according to
reports from Warsaw.
The bearded, pipe-smoking
59-year-old historian has
been one of Mr. Walesa's
closest advisers since the
Solidarity movement was
launched during the Lenin
shipyard strike in Gdansk in
1980.
Until now, Mr. Geremek's
Jewish background has been
seen as handicapping his po-
litical advancement in an
overwhelmingly Catholic
country where anti-
Semitism is still pervasive.
"Two years ago, when
Tadeusz Mazowiecki became
Poland's first post-war non-
Communist prime minister,
people were saying that Mr.
Geremek couldn't have been
chosen because the church
would not have allowed the
first non-Communist prime
minister to be a Jew or,
rather, a non-Catholic," a
Polish political source said.
"Walesa surely chose him
now because he is one of the
most intelligent people in
Poland," the source said.
In fact, he added, "people
are afraid of Geremek be-
cause he is too intelligent.
He takes a long view, a
broad view. He sees Poland
as one piece of a whole."
Mr. Geremek was keynote
speaker last week at an
intercultural seminar on
human rights sponsored by
the Council of Europe and
held in Klagenfurt, Austria.
He said the greatest fear for
the new Europe was the
reawakening of dormant
tribalism following the col-
lapse of Soviet power.
Warning that this could
lead to dangerous, militant
nationalism, Mr. Geremek
said, "After the Holocaust,
we might have thought anti-
Semitism was simply im-
possible in human terms.
But now we see its face ris-
ing again. We realize that
hatred knows no frontiers."
In last month's elections,
the first fully free elections
since the end of the Commu-
nist regime, the 460
parliamentary seats were
divided among 29 parties.

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