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Rada is the term for "council" or "assembly" borrowed by Polish from Middle High German "Rat" (council) and later passed into Czech, Ukrainian, and Belarusian languages.

Normally it is translated as "council", sometimes it corresponds to "parliament" or in Soviet Union/Eastern bloc contexts, "Soviet".


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The Council of Three (Polish Rada Trzech) was a collegial body created by the Polish Government in Exile in 1954 with prerogatives of the President of Poland.
It consisted of three members of the government chosen by the Rada Jedności Narodowej (Council of National Unity), a rump parliament in exile.
Initially the Rada Trzech was a self-proclaimed committee of opposition against Zaleski, but on July 21, 1956 the Rada Jedności Narodowej granted it with powers of the Polish head of state.
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