WARSAW – Remarkable success of the new Polish Government: the unemployment rate in Poland fell more than expected in April, dropping to 9.5 per cent, compared with 10.0 percent the previous month. Economists had expected the rate to come down to 9.6 percent. In the corresponding month last year, when it was ruled by the “pro-European” government perfectly aligned to the wishes of the EU Commission, the unemployment rate was 11.1 percent. The number of unemployed fell to 1.52 million in April compared to 1.60 million in March. A year ago the jobless stood at 1.78 million. All you need is to understand the reasons for economic success other than those disastrous policies of the EU.