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2013 | 30 | 140-156
Article title

Тенденции реорганизации спецслужб Польши, начиная с 1989 года

Title variants
EN
Directions of changes taking place in the Polish secret service after 1989
Languages of publication
RU
Abstracts
RU
Унаследованные от предыдущей системы спецслужбы не соответствовали условиям свободного, открытого общества и создаваемых стандартов демократического правового государства. Перед новой властью демократического государства возникла проблема формирования собственных, соответствующих правилам суверенного государства, специальных служб. Обязателен был выбор пути их построения, необходимо было также определить их организационную форму, компетенции и задания. Правящие круги отказались от резких шагов, выбран оптимальный вариант - радикальный по содержанию и лояльный по форме.
EN
Secret services inherited after the former system were not in any way adjusted to the conditions of a free, open society or to the created standards of a democratic state of law. The new authorities of the democratic country faced the problem of building their own secret services subordinated to the rules of a sovereign state. It was necessary to choose the way to create them as well as establish their organizational shape, competences and tasks. The idea of a violent revolution in the services was given up and the intermediate variant was chosen. It was radical in its content but gentle in form. The model shaped in 1990 was based on dividing secret services into civil and military ones. The former were subordinated to the Minister of the Interior, then to the Prime Minister, whereas the latter – to the Minister of National Defense. The Office for State Protection was the service performing the tasks of civil intelligence and counterintelligence.
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30
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140-156
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