Poland's prime minister Donald Tusk
Poland will formulate its stance on the ACTA agreement in May this year, Polish PM Donald Tusk said during a debate with representatives of creative professions and internet users at the Prime Minister’s Office in Warsaw.
The government will make all the available documents concerning the ACTA public, Tusk also declared.
PM Donald Tusk invited authors, NGOs, experts and bloggers to a debate on the ACTA copyright agreement on Monday, but several key organizations, including the Helsinki Foundation, rejected the invitation claiming that the talks will likely offer no opportunity to discuss concrete issues.
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