Poland: On The March Again In Gdansk

The shipyard's bankruptcy has Solidarity seeing red

`All I want to do is retire. I've seen this mess [go on] too long," says Stefan Lodzinski, 55, a Gdansk shipyard electrician. He's one of the 5,000 Gdansk workers forced to take a two-month unpaid leave starting June 20. That's when the Polish government, which owns 60% of the ailing shipyard, forced it to file a bankruptcy petition.

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