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Judy Batt 9 Thus the diversity that was already becoming apparent in the communist period has further deepened since the end of communism, hence the question with which we started remains to be answered. What justifies treating together these highly disparate states? If we take a longer historical view, we can identify some broad, recurrent themes that have shaped – and continue to shape – the political development of the region and its interactions with the wider Europe. The ‘Lands in Between’: A Geopolitical Predicament Central and Eastern Europe often seems easier to define by what it is not, than by what it is.
Drafting a new constitution, however, needed the democratic legitimacy of a freely elected parliament. 1 Polish prime ministers, 1989–2002 Prime Minister Affiliation Tadeusz Mazowiecki Solidarity/ROAD* September 1989– Resigned after December 1990 defeat in presidential election. Solidarity/Liberal January 1991– Parliamentary October 1991 elections. Centre Accord December 1991– No confidence June 1992 vote, June 1992. Polish Peasant June–July 1992 Could not form Party government. Democratic July 1992– No confidence Union September 1993 vote, May 1993.
For example, once Poland and Hungary join, they will require visitors from Ukraine or Yugoslavia to obtain visas, which at present they do not need. It is hard to see how cultural and economic interchange between these states will not be severely affected as a result. Thus ‘Europeanization’ of the region, insofar as it takes place in stages, seems likely to become as much a factor for further diversification within the region as for its unification. In future editions of this book, therefore, it may make less sense than it does today to treat the countries of Central and Eastern Europe together.