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In the mid-17th century, Sweden invaded Poland during the chaotic period of the country called “The Great Flood” (potop). I Survived Picking Potatoes in Maine mug. Many battles against the Ottoman Empire, Russia, Cossacks, Transilvania and Brandenburg-Prussia eventually ended in late 1699. Over the next 80 years, the decline of the central government and the stagnation of institutions made the country became weak, leading to anarchy and increasing dependence on Russia. This eventually led to Liberum Veto (free veto), allowing any parliamentary member to suspend Sejm’s activities during the session, completely paralyzing any reform effort. Come on. Russian tsars taking advantage of this chaotic political situation provided money for traitors in parliament to prevent any reforms and attempts to establish the new constitution necessary for Poland. Template: Polish statehood

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