|Founded||February 12, 1990|
|Ceased publication||December 4, 2009|
Trybuna (Polish pronunciation: [trɨˈbuna]) was a Polish left-wing newspaper, often seen as the outlet of the post-communist factions (Social Democracy of the Republic of Poland, Democratic Left Alliance). It was published by Ad Novum.
Trybuna inherited many traditions, including its name, from Trybuna Ludu, the official newspaper of the Polish United Workers' Party. The paper ceased to exist on December 7, 2009 (last issue published on December 4). The official reason: outstanding liabilities towards cooperators and the Polish national Social Insurance Institution (ZUS). Its last editor-in-chief was Wiesław Dębski.
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- "Mouthpiece of communist Poland falls prey to market". reuters.com (Reuters). December 7, 2009. Retrieved August 27, 2011.
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