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Sanation then broke up into several factions, including "the Castle."
Opposition parties formed the Centrolew coalition to oppose the government of Sanation.
Piłsudski mixed democratic and dictatorial elements while pursuing "sanation."
This election was held under the April Constitution of 1935, which was written to favor the Sanation movement.
The May Coup started the 13-year period of sanation - the authoritarian rules of Piłsudski's camp.
He was a faithful supporter of "sanation" - at the beginning of his presidency consequently expelled all officials attached to his predecessor.
Sanation took its name from his watchword-the moral "sanation" (healing) of the Polish body politic.
In 1934, the sanation camp suspended the Warsaw's government and appointed Stefan Starzyński as President of Warsaw.
Within Sanation politics, Gazeta Polska supported "the colonels" and, later, Edward Rydz-Śmigły.
Sanation was a coalition of rightists, leftists and centrists whose main focus was the elimination of corruption and the reduction of inflation.
The perceived Sanation followers were in turn persecuted (in exile) under prime ministers Sikorski and Stanisław Mikołajczyk.
Propaganda media were distributed, Sanation supporters tried to break up opposition rallies and some opposition lists and candidates were declared invalid by ostensibly neutral government institutions.
Sanation's ideology never went beyond populist calls to clean up the country's politics and economy; it did not occupy itself with society, as was the case with contemporary fascist regimes.
The first of these Sanation movements soon lost much of its importance, but the other two continued the ideological struggle over the shape of the country until the outbreak of war.
The authoritarian "Sanation" regime that Piłsudski was to lead for the rest of his life and that stayed in power until 1939 was neither leftist, nor overtly fascist.
In 1928, in an effort to broaden its influence, Sanation created a "Nonpartisan Bloc for Cooperation with the Government," which existed until Piłsudski's death in 1935.
In Romania, Charaszkiewicz established ties with a Sanation group, the "Schaetzel-Drymmer group," that was ill-disposed to Marshal Rydz-Śmigły and supportive of Foreign Minister Józef Beck.
The Polish Sanation government had invalidated the May 1930 election results by disbanding the parliament in August and with increasing pressure on the opposition started a new campaign, the new elections being scheduled for November.
Although the opposition to Sanation failed to gain control of the Sejm, it was able to show its strength and prevent Sanation from taking control of the Sejm.
The movement's leaders, including Mikołajczyk, were deeply opposed to the Polish prewar Sanation regime and saw the communist restrictions on freedom as no different from the Sanation persecution of the peasant movement.
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