FORMER Polish president Lech Walesa has found a new outlet for his opinions – a national television programme on fishing.
“I’ve tried many subjects so I can add one more,” said keen angler Walesa after signing the deal with Polish network station TV3.
“I have so much to say on so many subjects, as a witness and a participant, that we could go on until my retirement,” he added in a telephone interview from his home in the
Baltic Sea port Gdansk.
Walesa, 58, who led the Solidarity movement that overthrew Poland’s communist-led government, was Poland’s president from 1990 until 1995, when he lost his re-election bid to ex-communist Aleksander Kwasniewski. He won only one per cent of the vote in another attempt two years ago.  The programme will be screen on Polish TV3 from October.