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POLAND/
RTR1TJZU
September 07, 2007
The leaders of the League of Polish Families Wojciech Wierzejski (L) and Roman Giertych gesture during...
Warsaw, Poland
The leaders of the League of Polish Families Wierzejski and Giertych gesture during a speech during a...
The leaders of the League of Polish Families Wojciech Wierzejski (L) and Roman Giertych gesture during a speech during a debate about the self-dissolution of the Parliament in Warsaw September 7, 2007. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND)
POLAND/
RTR1TJXV
September 07, 2007
Former Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the League of Polish Families Roman Giertych gestures, as...
Warsaw, Poland
Former Deputy PM and leader of the League of Polish Families Roman Giertych gestures during a debate...
Former Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the League of Polish Families Roman Giertych gestures, as Speaker of the Parliament Ludwik Dorn watches, during a debate about the self-dissolution of the Parliament in Warsaw September 7, 2007. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND)
POLAND/
RTR1T90Y
August 30, 2007
Former Deputy Prime Minister Andrzej Lepper (L) gestures as he speaks to the media with former coalition...
Warsaw, Poland
Former Deputy PM Lepper gestures as he speaks to the media with former coalition partner Roman Giertych...
Former Deputy Prime Minister Andrzej Lepper (L) gestures as he speaks to the media with former coalition partner Roman Giertych in front of the Prime Minister Chancellery in Warsaw August 30,2007. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND)
POLAND/
RTR1T90T
August 30, 2007
Former Deputy Prime Minister Andrzej Lepper (L) and former coalition partner Roman Giertych speak to...
Warsaw, Poland
Former Deputy Prime Minister Andrzej Lepper and former coalition partner Roman Giertych speak to the...
Former Deputy Prime Minister Andrzej Lepper (L) and former coalition partner Roman Giertych speak to the media in front of the Prime Minister Chancellery in Warsaw August 30, 2007. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND)
POLAND/
RTR1T61R
August 28, 2007
Former Poland's Deputy Prime Minister Roman Giertych (bottom) asks for a break as Speaker of the lower...
Warsaw, Poland
Former Poland's Deputy Prime Minister Giertych asks for break as Speaker of lower chamber of Polish parliament...
Former Poland's Deputy Prime Minister Roman Giertych (bottom) asks for a break as Speaker of the lower chamber of the Polish parliament Ludwik Dorn looks on during the closing session for media at the Parliament in Warsaw August 28, 2007. Giertych is also the leader of the League of Polish Families. Picture was taken through two window doors. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND)
POLAND/
RTR1T61K
August 28, 2007
Former Poland's Deputy Prime Minister Roman Giertych (bottom) asks for a break as Speaker of the lower...
Warsaw, Poland
Former Poland's Deputy Prime Minister Giertych asks for break as Speaker of the lower chamber of the...
Former Poland's Deputy Prime Minister Roman Giertych (bottom) asks for a break as Speaker of the lower chamber of the Polish parliament Ludwik Dorn looks on during the closing session for media at the Parliament in Warsaw August 28, 2007. Giertych is also the leader of the League of Polish Families. Picture was taken through two window doors. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND)
POLAND
RTR1SZOS
August 22, 2007
Roman Giertych, leader of LPR Party (League of Polish Families) speaks during a parliamentary session...
Warsaw, Poland
Roman Giertych, leader of LPR Party speaks during a parliamentary session at Polish Sejm in Warsaw
Roman Giertych, leader of LPR Party (League of Polish Families) speaks during a parliamentary session at Polish Sejm in Warsaw August 22, 2007. The Polish parliament hit a deadlock early on Wednesday with opposition parties demanding the removal of the house speaker and the ruling conservatives accusing their foes of trying to prevent early elections. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
POLAND/
RTR1SZOQ
August 22, 2007
PiS (Law and Justice) Party's lower house speaker Ludwik Dorn (top), listens to Roman Giertych, leader...
Warsaw, Poland
PiS Party's lower house speaker Ludwik Dorn listens to Roman Giertych, leader of the LPR Party at Polish...
PiS (Law and Justice) Party's lower house speaker Ludwik Dorn (top), listens to Roman Giertych, leader of the LPR Party (League of Polish Families) at Polish Sejm (parliament) in Warsaw August 22, 2007. The Polish parliament hit a deadlock early on Wednesday with opposition parties demanding the removal of the house speaker and the ruling conservatives accusing their foes of trying to prevent early elections. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
POLAND/
RTR1SZOO
August 22, 2007
PiS (Law and Justice) Party's lower house speaker Ludwik Dorn (R) speaks with the leader of LPR Party...
Warsaw, Poland
PiS Party's lower house speaker Ludwik Dorn speaks with the leader of LPR Party Roman Giertych at Polish...
PiS (Law and Justice) Party's lower house speaker Ludwik Dorn (R) speaks with the leader of LPR Party (League of Polish Families) Roman Giertych (L) at Polish Sejm (parliament) in Warsaw August 22, 2007. The Polish parliament hit a deadlock early on Wednesday with opposition parties demanding the removal of the house speaker and the ruling conservatives accusing their foes of trying to prevent early elections. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
POLAND-MINISTERS/
RTR1SQP5
August 13, 2007
Poland's President Lech Kaczynski (L) dismisses Minister of Education Roman Giertych during a ceremony...
Warsaw, Poland
Poland's President Kaczynski dismisses Minister of Education Giertych during ceremony for changing coalition...
Poland's President Lech Kaczynski (L) dismisses Minister of Education Roman Giertych during a ceremony for changing coalition ministers at Belvedere Palace in Warsaw August 13, 2007. Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski broke up his coalition government on Monday ahead of expected early elections, sacking ministers from two small junior coalition parties. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel(POLAND)
POLAND/
RTR1SO9X
August 10, 2007
Poland's Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the far-right League of Polish Families, Roman Giertych,...
Warsaw, Poland
Poland's Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the far-right League of Polish Families, Roman Giertych,...
Poland's Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the far-right League of Polish Families, Roman Giertych, arrives to a news conference at the Parliament building in Warsaw August 10, 2007 REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND)
POLAND/
RTR1SO9U
August 10, 2007
Poland's Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the far-right League of Polish Families, Roman Giertych,...
Warsaw, Poland
Poland's Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the far-right League of Polish Families, Roman Giertych,...
Poland's Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the far-right League of Polish Families, Roman Giertych, speaks during a news conference at the Parliament building in Warsaw August 10, 2007 REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND)
POLAND/
RTR1SO9B
August 10, 2007
Poland's Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the far-right League of Polish Families, Roman Giertych,...
Warsaw, Poland
Poland's Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the far-right League of Polish Families, Roman Giertych,...
Poland's Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the far-right League of Polish Families, Roman Giertych, speaks during a news conference at the Parliament building in Warsaw August 10, 2007 REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND)
POLAND-POLITICS/
RTR1SO99
August 10, 2007
Poland's Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the far-right League of Polish Families, Roman Giertych,...
Warsaw, Poland
Poland's Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the far-right League of Polish Families, Roman Giertych,...
Poland's Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the far-right League of Polish Families, Roman Giertych, speaks during a news conference at the Parliament building in Warsaw August 10, 2007 REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND)
POLAND/
RTR1RY4J
July 17, 2007
Deputy Prime Minister and Leader of League of Polish Families Roman Giertych waits for the government...
Warsaw, Poland
Deputy PM and Leader of League of Polish Families Giertych waits for government session at Chancellery...
Deputy Prime Minister and Leader of League of Polish Families Roman Giertych waits for the government session at the Chancellery of the Prime Minister in Warsaw July 17, 2007. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
POLAND/
RTR1RX1F
July 16, 2007
Leader of League of Polish Families Roman Giertych (L) and Self-Defence leader Andrzej Lepper, dismissed...
Warsaw, Poland
Leader of League of Polish Families Roman Giertych and Self-Defence leader Andrzej Lepper, dismissed...
Leader of League of Polish Families Roman Giertych (L) and Self-Defence leader Andrzej Lepper, dismissed deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Agriculture pose after a common news conference at Polish parliament in Warsaw July 16, 2007. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
POLAND/
RTR1RX1B
July 16, 2007
Leader of League of Polish Families Roman Giertych (L) and Self-Defence leader Andrzej Lepper, dismissed...
Warsaw, Poland
Leader of League of Polish Families Roman Giertych (L) and Self-Defence leader Andrzej Lepper, dismissed...
Leader of League of Polish Families Roman Giertych (L) and Self-Defence leader Andrzej Lepper, dismissed deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Agriculture speak to the media during a common news conference at Polish parliament in Warsaw July 16, 2007. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
POLAND/
RTR1RX0I
July 16, 2007
Leader of League of Polish Families Roman Giertych (L) and Self-Defence leader Andrzej Lepper, dismissed...
Warsaw, Poland
Leader of League of Polish Families Roman Giertych and Self-Defence leader Andrzej Lepper, dismissed...
Leader of League of Polish Families Roman Giertych (L) and Self-Defence leader Andrzej Lepper, dismissed deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Agriculture, pose after a common news conference at Polish parliament in Warsaw July 16, 2007. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
POLAND/
RTR1RX0D
July 16, 2007
Leader of League of Polish Families Roman Giertych (L) and Self-Defence leader Andrzej Lepper, dismissed...
Warsaw, Poland
Leader of League of Polish Families Roman Giertych (L) and Self-Defence leader Andrzej Lepper, dismissed...
Leader of League of Polish Families Roman Giertych (L) and Self-Defence leader Andrzej Lepper, dismissed deputy Prime Minister, speak to the media during a common news conference at Polish parliament in Warsaw July 16, 2007. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
POLAND/
RTR1PV0X
May 19, 2007
People wearing masks portraying Polish Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski (L) and Education Minister Roman...
Warsaw, Poland
People wearing masks portraying Polish Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski and Education Minister Roman...
People wearing masks portraying Polish Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski (L) and Education Minister Roman Giertych take part in the Equality Parade in the centre of Warsaw May 19, 2007. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
POLAND/
RTR1PUZM
May 19, 2007
People wearing masks portraying Polish Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski (R) and Education Minister Roman...
Warsaw, Poland
People wearing masks portraying Polish Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski and Education Minister Roman...
People wearing masks portraying Polish Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski (R) and Education Minister Roman Giertych take part in equality parade outside Poland's Parliament in Warsaw May 19, 2007. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
POLAND/
RTR1PUZ7
May 19, 2007
A man kisses an effigy of Polish Education Minister Roman Giertych during equality parade in the centre...
Warsaw, Poland
Man kisses effigy of Polish Education Minister Roman Giertych during equality parade in the centre of...
A man kisses an effigy of Polish Education Minister Roman Giertych during equality parade in the centre of Warsaw May 19, 2007. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
POLAND-ABORTION/
RTR1O0VU
March 28, 2007
Roman Giertych, Education minister and leader of League of Polish Families (LPR) party, speaks during...
Warsaw, Poland
Roman Giertych speaks speaks during a "Pro-life march" outside the Parliament in Warsaw
Roman Giertych, Education minister and leader of League of Polish Families (LPR) party, speaks during a "Pro-life march" outside the Parliament in Warsaw March 28, 2007. Thousands of demonstrators marched through Warsaw on Wednesday to demand Poland toughen its already strict abortion laws, pressing a case that has split the ruling conservative coalition government. REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
POLAND
RTR1O0L1
March 28, 2007
A pro-choice supporter holds a cardboard cut-out of a rocket with the face of Roman Giertych, the education...
Warsaw, Poland
Pro-choice demonstrators take part in a rally in Warsaw
A pro-choice supporter holds a cardboard cut-out of a rocket with the face of Roman Giertych, the education minister, and ultra Catholic priest, Father Rydzyk,during a demonstration in Warsaw March 28, 2007. The poster in the background reads: "Poland is a colony of Vatican". REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
POLAND-TEACHERS/
RTR1NKIW
March 17, 2007
People march during a protest in Warsaw March 17, 2007. Thousands of teachers and minority rights activists...
Warsaw, Poland
People march during a protest in Warsaw
People march during a protest in Warsaw March 17, 2007. Thousands of teachers and minority rights activists marched through driving rain in Warsaw on Saturday to protest against low wages and demand the resignation of far-right Education Minister Roman Giertych. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
POLAND-TEACHERS/
RTR1NKIQ
March 17, 2007
A woman holds a sign during a protest in Warsaw March 17, 2007. Thousands of teachers and minority rights...
Warsaw, Poland
Woman holds a sign during a protest in Warsaw
A woman holds a sign during a protest in Warsaw March 17, 2007. Thousands of teachers and minority rights activists marched through driving rain in Warsaw on Saturday to protest against low wages and demand the resignation of far-right Education Minister Roman Giertych. The sign reads, "Do not understand those games." REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
POLAND-TEACHERS/
RTR1NKIE
March 17, 2007
People march during a protest in Warsaw March 17, 2007. Thousands of teachers and minority rights activists...
Warsaw, Poland
People march during a protest in Warsaw
People march during a protest in Warsaw March 17, 2007. Thousands of teachers and minority rights activists marched through driving rain in Warsaw on Saturday to protest against low wages and demand the resignation of far-right Education Minister Roman Giertych. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
POLAND-TEACHERS/
RTR1NKIC
March 17, 2007
People hold a sign during a protest in Warsaw March 17, 2007. Thousands of teachers and minority rights...
Warsaw, Poland
People hold a sign during a protest in Warsaw
People hold a sign during a protest in Warsaw March 17, 2007. Thousands of teachers and minority rights activists marched through driving rain in Warsaw on Saturday to protest against low wages and demand the resignation of far-right Education Minister Roman Giertych. The words on the sign reads, "Giertych is a muzzle of education." REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
POLAND-TEACHERS/
RTR1NKI3
March 17, 2007
People hold a sign during a protest in Warsaw March 17, 2007. Thousands of teachers and minority rights...
Warsaw, Poland
People hold a sign during a protest in Warsaw
People hold a sign during a protest in Warsaw March 17, 2007. Thousands of teachers and minority rights activists marched through driving rain in Warsaw on Saturday to protest against low wages and demand the resignation of far-right Education Minister Roman Giertych. The words on the sign read, "Stop destroying the system of education." REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
POLAND-TEACHERS/
RTR1NKI1
March 17, 2007
People march during a protest in Warsaw March 17, 2007. Thousands of teachers and minority rights activists...
Warsaw, Poland
People march during a protest in Warsaw
People march during a protest in Warsaw March 17, 2007. Thousands of teachers and minority rights activists marched through driving rain in Warsaw on Saturday to protest against low wages and demand the resignation of far-right Education Minister Roman Giertych. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
POLAND-DEPUTYPM/
RTR1N5HB
March 06, 2007
Polish Deputy Prime Minister Roman Giertych waits for the beginning of the government meeting at the...
Warsaw, Poland
Polish Deputy PM Giertych waits for the beginning of the government meeting at the PM Chancellery in...
Polish Deputy Prime Minister Roman Giertych waits for the beginning of the government meeting at the Prime Minister's Chancellery in Warsaw March 6, 2007. Giertych appeared set to stay in his job and as part of the ruling coalition on Tuesday after a meeting with Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski over abortion and homosexuality. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
POLAND-DEPUTYPM/
RTR1N5H9
March 06, 2007
Polish Deputy Prime Minister Roman Giertych (R) arrives for the government meeting at the Prime Minister's...
Warsaw, Poland
Polish Deputy PM Giertych arrives for the government meeting at the PM Chancellery in Warsaw
Polish Deputy Prime Minister Roman Giertych (R) arrives for the government meeting at the Prime Minister's Chancellery in Warsaw March 6, 2007. Giertych appeared set to stay in his job and as part of the ruling coalition on Tuesday after a meeting with Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski over abortion and homosexuality. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
POLAND-DEPUTYPM/
RTR1N5GI
March 06, 2007
Polish Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski prepares to open the government meeting at the Chancellery in...
Warsaw, Poland
Polish PM Kaczynski prepares to open the government meeting at the Chancellery in Warsaw
Polish Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski prepares to open the government meeting at the Chancellery in Warsaw March 6, 2007. Polish Deputy Prime Minister Roman Giertych appeared set to stay in his job and as part of the ruling coalition on Tuesday after a meeting with Kaczynski over abortion and homosexuality. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
POLAND
RTR1N5GD
March 06, 2007
Roman Giertych (L), Polish Deputy Prime Minister, is followed by Prime Minister of Poland, Jaroslaw Kaczynski...
Warsaw, Poland
Roman Giertych, Polish Deputy Prime Minister, is followed by Prime Minister of Poland, Jaroslaw Kaczynski,...
Roman Giertych (L), Polish Deputy Prime Minister, is followed by Prime Minister of Poland, Jaroslaw Kaczynski (2nd R), as they arrive for the government meeting at the Prime Ministers Chancellery in Warsaw March 6, 2007. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
POLAND-DEPUTYPM/
RTR1N5G3
March 06, 2007
Polish Deputy Prime Minister Roman Giertych waits for the beginning of the government meeting at the...
Warsaw, Poland
Polish Deputy PM Giertych waits for the beginning of the government meeting at the PM Chancellery in...
Polish Deputy Prime Minister Roman Giertych waits for the beginning of the government meeting at the Prime Minister's Chancellery in Warsaw March 6, 2007. Giertych appeared set to stay in his job and as part of the ruling coalition on Tuesday after a meeting with Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski over abortion and homosexuality. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
POLAND-DEPUTYPM/
RTR1N5FR
March 06, 2007
Polish Deputy Prime Minister Roman Giertych waits for the beginning of the government meeting at the...
Warsaw, Poland
Polish Deputy PM Giertych waits for the beginning of the government meeting at the PM Chancellery in...
Polish Deputy Prime Minister Roman Giertych waits for the beginning of the government meeting at the Prime Minister's Chancellery in Warsaw March 6, 2007. Giertych appeared set to stay in his job and as part of the ruling coalition on Tuesday after a meeting with Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski over abortion and homosexuality. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
POLAND CENTRALBANK
RTR1L2AE
January 10, 2007
Roman Giertych of the LPR (League of Polish families) party votes against Slawomir Skrzypek as the central...
Warsaw, Poland
Roman Giertych votes against the central bank chief at the Parliament in Warsaw
Roman Giertych of the LPR (League of Polish families) party votes against Slawomir Skrzypek as the central bank chief at the Parliament in Warsaw January 10, 2007. REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
POLAND CENTRALBANK
RTR1L2A7
January 10, 2007
Polish Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski (R) looks down on members from the LPR (League of Polish families)...
Warsaw, Poland
Polish Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski looks down on members from the LPR party at the Parliament in...
Polish Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski (R) looks down on members from the LPR (League of Polish families) party Roman Giertych (lower), Wojchech Wierzejski and Radoslaw Parda during the election of Slawomir Skrzypek as the central bank chief at the Parliament in Warsaw January 10, 2007. REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
POLAND CRIME
RTR1IQUQ
October 27, 2006
Children play on school grounds in Warsaw October 27, 2006. A sexual attack that drove a 14 year old...
Warsaw, Poland
Children play on school grounds in Warsaw
Children play on school grounds in Warsaw October 27, 2006. A sexual attack that drove a 14 year old girl to suicide prompted Poland's government to promise tougher sentences for juvenile criminals on Friday. Reports of students beating teachers and filming sex acts prompted education minister Roman Giertych to suggest creating prison-like schools for delinquent students. REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
POLAND CRIME
RTR1IQUB
October 27, 2006
Children play on school grounds in Warsaw October 27, 2006. A sexual attack that drove a 14 year old...
Warsaw, Poland
Children play on school grounds in Warsaw
Children play on school grounds in Warsaw October 27, 2006. A sexual attack that drove a 14 year old girl to suicide prompted Poland's government to promise tougher sentences for juvenile criminals on Friday. Reports of students beating teachers and filming sex acts prompted education minister Roman Giertych to suggest creating prison-like schools for delinquent students. REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
POLAND
RTR1IEIQ
October 17, 2006
Roman Giertych, leader of League of Polish Families (LPR) party, speaks at a news conference at the Polish...
Warsaw, Poland
Giertych, leader of League of Polish Families party, speaks at a news conference at the Polish Parliament...
Roman Giertych, leader of League of Polish Families (LPR) party, speaks at a news conference at the Polish Parliament in Warsaw October 17, 2006. REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
POLAND
RTR1IEIO
October 17, 2006
Roman Giertych, leader of League of Polish Families (LPR) party, smiles at a news conference at the Polish...
Warsaw, Poland
Giertych, leader of League of Polish Families party, smiles at a news conference at the Polish Parliament...
Roman Giertych, leader of League of Polish Families (LPR) party, smiles at a news conference at the Polish Parliament in Warsaw October 17, 2006. REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
POLAND
RTR1IEIN
October 17, 2006
Roman Giertych, leader of League of Polish Families (LPR) party, speaks at a news conference at the Polish...
Warsaw, Poland
Giertych, leader of League of Polish Families party, speaks at a news conference at the Polish Parliament...
Roman Giertych, leader of League of Polish Families (LPR) party, speaks at a news conference at the Polish Parliament in Warsaw October 17, 2006. REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
POLAND
RTR1I96R
October 12, 2006
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education Roman Giertych (R ) and members of the League of Polish...
Warsaw, Poland
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education Roman Giertych (R) and members of the League of Polish...
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education Roman Giertych (R ) and members of the League of Polish Families Party vote to adjourn Poland's parliament in Warsaw October 12, 2006. Poland's Parliament on Thursday adjourned its session to October 17, handing the governing Law and Justice (PiS) party more time for negotiations to rebuild a majority to back its Cabinet. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
POLAND
RTR1I6OC
October 10, 2006
Deputy Prime Minister Roman Giertych (R) chats with deputy house speaker Marek Kotlinowski at the Polish...
Warsaw, Poland
Deputy PM Giertych chats with deputy house speaker Kotlinowski at Polish parliament in Warsaw
Deputy Prime Minister Roman Giertych (R) chats with deputy house speaker Marek Kotlinowski at the Polish parliament in Warsaw October 10, 2006. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
POLAND
RTR1HKMY
September 21, 2006
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education Roman Giertych (L) is helped by bodyguards to get in...
Warsaw, Poland
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education Giertych is helped by bodyguards to get in car in Warsaw...
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education Roman Giertych (L) is helped by bodyguards to get in a car after leaving the Chancellery of the Prime Minister following talks with Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski in Warsaw September 21, 2006. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
POLAND
RTR1HKMR
September 21, 2006
Deputy Prime Minister Roman Giertych speaks to the media after leaving the Chancellery of the Prime Minister...
Warsaw, Poland
Deputy Prime Minister Giertych speaks to media after leaving Chancellery of Prime Minister following...
Deputy Prime Minister Roman Giertych speaks to the media after leaving the Chancellery of the Prime Minister following talks with Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski in Warsaw September 21, 2006. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
POLAND
RTR1GZAC
September 04, 2006
Polish students protest against nationalist Education Minister Roman Giertych in Warsaw September 4,...
Warsaw, Poland
Polish students protest against nationalist Education Minister Giertych in Warsaw
Polish students protest against nationalist Education Minister Roman Giertych in Warsaw September 4, 2006. Hundreds of students took to the streets on the first day of school to protest against the introduction of mandatory patriotism lessons. The placard reads, "Giertych has to go." REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
POLAND
RTR1GZA9
September 04, 2006
Polish students protest against nationalist Education Minister Roman Giertych in Warsaw September 4,...
Warsaw, Poland
Polish students protest against nationalist Education Minister Giertych in Warsaw
Polish students protest against nationalist Education Minister Roman Giertych in Warsaw September 4, 2006. Hundreds of students took to the streets on the first day of school to protest against the introduction of mandatory patriotism lessons. REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
POLAND GOVERNMENT
RTR1FHK5
July 14, 2006
(L-R) Interior Minister Ludwik Dorn, Deputy Prime Minister and Education Minister Roman Giertych, Deputy...
Warsaw, Poland
Polish ministers attend a swearing in ceremony at the Presidential palace in Warsaw
(L-R) Interior Minister Ludwik Dorn, Deputy Prime Minister and Education Minister Roman Giertych, Deputy Prime Minister and Farm Minister Andrzej Lepper and Foreign Minister Anna Fotyga attend a swearing in ceremony at the Presidential palace in Warsaw July 14, 2006. REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
POLAND GOVERNMENT
RTR1FHK2
July 14, 2006
(L-R) Interior Minister Ludwik Dorn, Deputy Prime minister and Education Minister Roman Giertych, Deputy...
Warsaw, Poland
Polish ministers attend a swearing in ceremony at the Presidential palace in Warsaw
(L-R) Interior Minister Ludwik Dorn, Deputy Prime minister and Education Minister Roman Giertych, Deputy Prime Minister and Farm Minister Andrzej Leppper and Foreign Minister Anna Fotyga attend a swearing in ceremony at the Presidential palace in Warsaw July 14, 2006. REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
POLAND GOVERNMENT
RTR1FHJL
July 14, 2006
Deputy Prime Minister and Farm Minister Andrzej Lepper (lower) and Deputy Prime Minister and Education...
Warsaw, Poland
Poland's Deputy PM Lepper and Deputy PM Giertych attend a swearing in ceremony at the Presidential palace...
Deputy Prime Minister and Farm Minister Andrzej Lepper (lower) and Deputy Prime Minister and Education Minister Roman Giertych attend a swearing in ceremony at the Presidential palace in Warsaw July 14, 2006. REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
POLAND
RTR1EDV2
June 13, 2006
Polish students surrounded by police hold placards that read "Throw Giertych to a bag, and the bag to...
Warsaw, Poland
Polish students surrounded by the police protest outside the ministry of Education in Warsaw
Polish students surrounded by police hold placards that read "Throw Giertych to a bag, and the bag to a lake" during a protest outside the Ministry of Education against Education minister Roman Giertych in Warsaw June 13, 2006. Student groups as well as some teachers' unions disagree with Giertych's openly nationalist views and plans to implement mandatory "patriotism" classes in high schools. REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
POLAND
RTR1E8MP
June 09, 2006
Marchers of an anti-Roman Giertych demonstration wear masks satirizing Poland's Chairman of the ruling...
Warsaw, Poland
Marchers of an anti-Roman Giertych demonstration wear masks in Warsaw
Marchers of an anti-Roman Giertych demonstration wear masks satirizing Poland's Chairman of the ruling Law and Justice party Jaroslaw Kaczynski (R) and education minister Roman Giertych (L) in central Warsaw June 9, 2006. Teachers and students took to the streets to protest against education minister Roman Giertych. REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
POLAND
RTR1E8ME
June 09, 2006
Marchers of an anti-Roman Giertych demonstration wear masks satirizing Poland's Chairman of the ruling...
Warsaw, Poland
Marchers of an anti-Roman Giertych demonstration wear masks in Warsaw
Marchers of an anti-Roman Giertych demonstration wear masks satirizing Poland's Chairman of the ruling Law and Justice party Jaroslaw Kaczynski (R) and education minister Roman Giertych (L) in central Warsaw June 9, 2006. Teachers and students went on the streets to protest against education minister Roman Giertych, representing the right wing League of polish families party. REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
POLAND
RTR1E8MC
June 09, 2006
A teacher holds a doll with a placard reading: "A sad future with Roman Giertych in the government" during...
Warsaw, Poland
A teacher holds a doll during a demonstration in central Warsaw
A teacher holds a doll with a placard reading: "A sad future with Roman Giertych in the government" during a demonstration in central Warsaw June 9, 2006. Teachers and students went on the streets to protest against education minister Roman Giertych, representing the right wing League of polish families party. REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
POLAND
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June 09, 2006
Teachers protest during an anti Roman Giertych demonstration in central Warsaw June 9, 2006. Teachers...
Warsaw, Poland
Teachers protest during an anti Roman Giertych demonstration in central Warsaw
Teachers protest during an anti Roman Giertych demonstration in central Warsaw June 9, 2006. Teachers and students went on the streets on Friday to protest against education minister Roman Giertych, representing the right wing League of Polish families party. REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
POLAND
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May 13, 2006
Police walk next to students shouting slogans during an anti-Roman Giertych demonstration in central...
Warsaw, Poland
Police walk next to students shouting slogans during demonstration in Warsaw
Police walk next to students shouting slogans during an anti-Roman Giertych demonstration in central Warsaw May 13, 2006. Students went on the streets to protest against the newly appointed education minister Giertych, who represents the right wing League of Polish Families party. REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz
POLAND
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May 13, 2006
Students hold a placard which reads, "Free schools" during an anti-Roman Giertych demonstration in central...
Warsaw, Poland
Students hold placard during anti-Roman Giertych demonstration in central Warsaw
Students hold a placard which reads, "Free schools" during an anti-Roman Giertych demonstration in central Warsaw May 13, 2006. Students went on the streets to protest against the newly appointed education minister Roman Giertych, representing the right wing League of polish families party. REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz
POLAND
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May 13, 2006
Students shout slogans during an anti-Roman Giertych demonstration in central Warsaw May 13, 2006. Students...
Warsaw, Poland
Students shout slogans during anti-Roman Giertych demonstration in central Warsaw
Students shout slogans during an anti-Roman Giertych demonstration in central Warsaw May 13, 2006. Students went on the streets to protest against the newly-appointed education minister Roman Giertych, representing the right wing League of polish families party. The placards read, "We don't want brown (fascist) schools! Giertych must go!" REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz
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