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Polish PM Tusk postpones ratification of ACTA

Author: The Warsaw Voice Date: Mon, Feb 06 2012 1861 Views
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Poland has suspended the ratification of the international copyright treaty ACTA to allow for a broader discussion after widespread protests, Polish prime minister Donald Tusk said on February 3 2012.

Tusk said that his government had made insufficient consultations before signing the agreement in late January, and it was necessary to ensure it was entirely safe for Polish citizens.

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