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October 22, 2007
A worker covers an electoral poster of Poland's Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski and Health Minister...
Warsaw, Poland
A worker covers an electoral poster of Poland's Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski with an advertisement...
A worker covers an electoral poster of Poland's Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski and Health Minister Zbigniew Religa (R) of the conservative Law and Justice party PIS with an advertisement in Warsaw October 22, 2007. The centre-right Civic Platform of Donald Tusk defeated Kaczynski in Sunday's general election after a record number of Poles turned up at the ballot box to reject social conservatism and isolationism. REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski (POLAND)
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September 10, 2007
Poland's Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski (R) and Minister of Health Zbigniew Religa attend a news conference...
Warsaw, Poland
Poland's PM Kaczynski and Minister of Health Religa attend a news conference at Ministry of Health in...
Poland's Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski (R) and Minister of Health Zbigniew Religa attend a news conference at Ministry of Health in Warsaw, September 10, 2007. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND)
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September 10, 2007
Poland's Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski (R) answers the questions as Minister of Health Zbigniew Religa...
Warsaw, Poland
Poland's PM Kaczynski answers the questions as Minister of Health Religa listens during news conference...
Poland's Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski (R) answers the questions as Minister of Health Zbigniew Religa listens during news conference at Ministry of Health in Warsaw, September 10, 2007. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND)
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September 10, 2007
Poland's Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski listens as Minister of Health Zbigniew Religa (R) presents...
Warsaw, Poland
Poland's PM Kaczynski listens as Minister of Health Religa presents his health care programme during...
Poland's Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski listens as Minister of Health Zbigniew Religa (R) presents his health care programme during news conference at Ministry of Health in Warsaw, September 10, 2007. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND)
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June 29, 2007
Poland's Minister of Health Zbigniew Religa (C) visit nurses during a protest in Warsaw June 29, 2007....
Warsaw, Poland
Poland's Minister of Health Religa visit nurses during a protest in Warsaw
Poland's Minister of Health Zbigniew Religa (C) visit nurses during a protest in Warsaw June 29, 2007. The nurses are demanding for improved wages and conditions of work for health care workers. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel(POLAND)
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June 29, 2007
Poland's Minister of Health Zbigniew Religa (C) and the EU Commissioner for Human Rights Thomas Hammarberg...
Warsaw, Poland
Poland's Minister of Health Religa and EU Commissioner for Human Rights Hammarberg visits nurses during...
Poland's Minister of Health Zbigniew Religa (C) and the EU Commissioner for Human Rights Thomas Hammarberg (R) visits nurses during their protest in Warsaw June 29, 2007. The nurses are demanding for improved wages and conditions of work for health care workers. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel(POLAND)
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June 29, 2007
Nurses wait for Minister of Health Zbigniew Religa during a protest in Warsaw June 29,2007. The nurses...
Warsaw, Poland
Nurses wait for Minister of Health Religa during a protest in Warsaw
Nurses wait for Minister of Health Zbigniew Religa during a protest in Warsaw June 29,2007. The nurses are demanding for improved wages and conditions of work for health care workers. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel(POLAND)
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June 29, 2007
Poland's Minister of Health Zbigniew Religa visit nurses during a protest in Warsaw June 29, 2007. The...
Warsaw, Poland
Poland's Minister of Health Religa visit nurses during a protest in Warsaw
Poland's Minister of Health Zbigniew Religa visit nurses during a protest in Warsaw June 29, 2007. The nurses are demanding for improved wages and conditions of work for health care workers. The words on the sign read: "Money for nurses not for war." REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND)
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February 06, 2007
Polish Health Minister Zbigniew Religa (2nd L) arrives for the government meeting at the Prime Ministers...
Warsaw, Poland
Polish Health Zbigniew Religa arrives for the government meeting at the Prime Ministers Chancellery in...
Polish Health Minister Zbigniew Religa (2nd L) arrives for the government meeting at the Prime Ministers Chancellery in Warsaw February 6, 2007. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
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February 02, 2007
Polish Health Minister Zbigniew Religa answers questions during a news conference in Warsaw February...
Warsaw, Poland
Polish Health Minister Religa answers questions during a news conference in Warsaw
Polish Health Minister Zbigniew Religa answers questions during a news conference in Warsaw February 2, 2007. The Polish government will present a program to convert the debt of hospitals of strategic importance from short-term to long-term, on Tuesday or Wednesday, Religa said on Friday, after a debt of 8 million zloty ($2.64 million) was collected from a hospital in Wroclaw. REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
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February 02, 2007
Polish Health Minister Zbigniew Religa speaks to the media after a news conference in Warsaw February...
Warsaw, Poland
Polish Health Minister Zbigniew Religa speaks to the media after a news conference in Warsaw
Polish Health Minister Zbigniew Religa speaks to the media after a news conference in Warsaw February 2, 2007. The Government will present a program to convert the debt of hospitals of strategic importance from short-term to long-term, on Tuesday or Wednesday, Religa said on Friday, after a debt of 8 million zloty ($2.64 million) was collected from a hospital in Wroclaw. REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
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February 02, 2007
Polish Health Minister Zbigniew Religa speaks to the media after a news conference in Warsaw February...
Warsaw, Poland
Polish Health Minister Zbigniew Religa speaks to media after news conference in Warsaw
Polish Health Minister Zbigniew Religa speaks to the media after a news conference in Warsaw February 2, 2007. The Government will present a program to convert the debts of hospitals of strategic importance from short-term to long-term, on Tuesday or Wednesday, Religa said on Friday, after a debt of 8 million zloty ($2.64 million) was collected from a hospital in Wroclaw. REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
POLAND
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May 08, 2006
Andrzej Lepper (C), the newly nominated deputy Prime Minister and leader of fringe group Self-Defence,...
Warsaw, Poland
Newly nominated deputy PM and leader of fringe group Self-Defence arrives for his first government session...
Andrzej Lepper (C), the newly nominated deputy Prime Minister and leader of fringe group Self-Defence, shakes hands with Minister of Health Zbigniew Religa as he arrives for his first government session at the Prime Minister's Chancellery in Warsaw May 8, 2006. The conservative-led cabinet got a taste of potential credibility problems when an appeals court upheld a 15-month suspended jail term for defamation for Lepper. REUTERS/Peter Andrews
POLAND
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October 31, 2005
Newly sworn in ministers of the Polish Government pose for a family photo at the Presidential palace...
Warsaw, Poland
Newly sworn in ministers of the Polish Government pose for media at the Presidential palace in Warsaw...
Newly sworn in ministers of the Polish Government pose for a family photo at the Presidential palace in Warsaw October 31, 2005. Ministers are (L-R) Agriculture Krzysztof Jurgiel, Defence Radek Sikorski, Development Grazyna Gesicka, Interior Ludwik Dorn, Prime Minister Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz, Sport Tomasz Lipiec, President Aleksander Kwasniewski, Economy Piotr Wozniak, Finance Teresa Lubinska, Foreign Stefan Meller, Environment Jan Szyszko, Culture Kazimierz Ujazdowski, Transport and Housing Jerzy Polaczek, Health Zbigniew Religa, Education Michal Sewerynski, Intelligence Service coordinator Zbigniew Wasserman, Treasury Andrzej Mikosz, and Justice Zbigniew Ziobro. REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz
POLAND
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September 15, 2005
Tusk Polands leading Presidential candidate and Senator Religa smile during a function at the Royal Castle...
Warsaw, Poland
Tusk Polands leading Presidential candidate and Senator Religa smile during a function at the Royal ......
Tusk Polands leading Presidential candidate and Senator Religa smile during a function at the Royal Castle in Warsaw. Donald Tusk (L) Polands leading Presidential candidate and Senator Zbigniew Religa smile during a function at the Royal Castle in Warsaw September 15, 2005. Tusk, the liberal frontrunner in Poland's presidential race, stands a good chance of winning the first round on October 9 after the leading leftist contender pulled out, an opinion poll showed. REUTERS/Peter Andrews
POLAND
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September 02, 2005
Senator Zbigniew Religa (R) laughs as he shakes hands with Speaker of the Polish parliament Donald Tusk...
Warsaw, Poland
Religa shakes hands with Tusk in Warsaw.
Senator Zbigniew Religa (R) laughs as he shakes hands with Speaker of the Polish parliament Donald Tusk during Press conference in Warsaw September 2, 2005. Polish heart surgeon and senator Religa on Friday pulled out of the race to become next president, urging supporters to back liberal frontrunner Tusk, whose poll ratings have skyrocketed in recent weeks. REUTERS/Peter Andrews PA/AA
POLAND
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September 02, 2005
Senator Zbigniew Religa (R) shakes hands with Speaker of the Polish parliament Donald Tusk during news...
Warsaw, Poland
Senator Religa shakes hands with Speaker of the Polish parliament Tusk during newsconference in Warsaw....
Senator Zbigniew Religa (R) shakes hands with Speaker of the Polish parliament Donald Tusk during news conference in Warsaw September 2, 2005. Polish heart surgeon and senator Religa on Friday pulled out of the race to become next president, urging supporters to back liberal frontrunner Tusk, whose poll ratings have skyrocketed in recent weeks. REUTERS/Peter Andrews PA/AA
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