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Poland: Police remove antifa protesters at nationalist 'Cursed Soldiers' march.
Ruptly Mar 1, 2019
Warsaw police on Friday forcibly removed anti-fascist activists who had engaged in a sit-down protest condemning a nationalist march in commemoration of Poland's post-World War II anti-communist fighters, known as the 'Cursed Soldiers'.
Polish far-right activists marched with flares and torches, promoting Christian values and denouncing the growing popularity of left-wing agendas within the nation.
Around 1,500 nationalists participated in the torchlight procession near Czestochowa in southern Poland on Saturday.
The vigil marked the conclusion of a daylong ‘pilgrimage’ of far-right and traditionalist groups, such as the National Radical Camp (ONR) and the All-Polish Youth, conducted at the site of the local monastery.
The event was endorsed by a popular Catholic radio station, Radio Maryja.
The spokesperson for the All-Polish Youth, Mateusz Marzoch, said the gathering was especially important, as Polish society is becoming “very much changed by the left-wing circles, mainly through gender ideologies.”
Poland moves to exempt young workers from income tax.
05/07/2019 - 09:01 Warsaw (AFP)
Polish lawmakers have approved a measure that would exonerate most workers under the age of 26 from income taxes as the country seeks to stem the flow of its young people to other EU nations in search of better paying jobs.
The lower house of parliament approved the measure introduced by the ruling conservatives in a vote late Thursday by an overwhelming majority.
The bill would exonerate workers under the age of 26 from Poland's 18 percent personal income tax for those whose gross earnings don't surpass 85,500 zlotys (20,000 euros, $22,500) per year.
That level is higher than Poland's average income, estimated to be around 60,000 zlotys per year before tax.
The approval of the measure by the upper house of parliament and its signature by the president is widely expected.
Some two million people could benefit from the measure, according to supporters of the legislation, which should enter into force from August 1.
Poland has long been haemorrhaging skilled workers to other EU states where they can find better paying jobs, posing both a long-term demographic risk and short-term problem finding enough labourers to continue the country's streak of economic growth since the fall of communism in 1989.
The measure was one of the campaign promises made by the ruling Law and Justice party ahead of the European parliamentary elections in May, which it won, and legislative elections scheduled for later this year.
Post by TsarSamuil on Nov 15, 2019 10:54:41 GMT -5
Poland thanks Netflix over promised change to disputed series.
theNews.pl 15.11.2019 12:30
The Polish foreign ministry has thanked Netflix after the streaming service promised to modify its new documentary series about a Nazi death camp guard in World War II-era German-occupied Poland.
In response to criticism from Warsaw that a map featured in the recently released series showed Nazi German death camps within the borders of present-day Poland and could imply that the country shared responsibility for the atrocities committed there during the war, Netflix said in a Twitter post on Thursday that it stood by the filmmakers of The Devil Next Door series.
It added, however, that the some of the maps featured in the series would be provided with text to make it clearer that WWII-era death camps were built and run by the Nazi Germans, who occupied Poland at the time.
The Polish foreign ministry thanked the video provider in a Twitter message.
It said: “Thank you for your reaction! We appreciate that Netflix raises difficult and important topics. We are sure that historical accuracy will be essential in your future productions.”
Netflix said in its tweet on Thursday: “We stand by the filmmakers of The Devil Next Door, their research and their work.”
It added: “In order to provide more information to our members about the important issues raised in this documentary and to avoid any misunderstanding, in the coming days we will be adding text to some of the maps featured in the series. This will make it clearer that the extermination and concentration camps in Poland were built and operated by the German Nazi regime who invaded the country and occupied it from 1939-1945.”
The response from Netflix came after Poland’s prime minister several days ago urged it to make changes to a map shown in The Devil Next Door, saying the image was historically inaccurate and misled viewers about Poland’s role in World War II.
In a letter dated November 10 and sent to Netflix CEO Reed Hastings, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said the map depicted in the series “falsely placed several German Nazi concentration camps within modern-day Poland’s borders.”
“There is no comment or any explanation whatsoever that these sites were German-operated,” Morawiecki said in his letter.
He added: “Not only is the map incorrect, but it deceives viewers into believing that Poland was responsible for establishing and maintaining these camps, and for committing the crimes therein.”
Polish government spokesman Piotr Mueller told public broadcaster Polish Radio on Friday that Morawiecki’s “quick reaction in the face of historical falsehoods in the Netflix series proved to be a good and effective step.”
The Devil Next Door tells the story of John Demjanjuk, a Ukrainian who died in Germany in 2012 at the age of 91, after decades-long efforts by prosecutors in multiple countries to prove that he was involved in Nazi crimes as a sadistic death camp guard known as “Ivan the Terrible.”
Meanwhile, an article posted on the polskieradio24.pl website slammed Netflix for “errors and lies” in more than one production.
A Netflix documentary entitled The Accountant of Auschwitz also failed to mention that Poland did not exist as an independent state during World War II and that death camps were set up and controlled by the Germans who occupied Poland at the time, the polskieradio24.pl website has reported.
The use of historically inaccurate terms by some international media and organisations has sparked numerous complaints from Poland in recent years, prompting some news agencies to change their style guidelines and eliminate misnomers such as "Polish" death camps.
Polish Radio last year launched a special educational website aimed at debunking misconceptions about Poland’s role in the Holocaust, at GermanDeathCamps.info.
Poland’s Duda leads in 1st round of presidential election.
RT.com 29 Jun, 2020 10:32
Poland’s President Andrzej Duda came top in the first round of the presidential election, it was revealed on Monday. He fell short of the overall majority needed to avoid what looks set to be a tight run-off vote on July 12, Reuters reports.
Duda, an ally of the ruling nationalist Law and Justice (PiS) party, received 43.7 percent of the vote with 99.78 percent of ballots counted.
Liberal Warsaw Mayor Rafal Trzaskowski, who is standing for the largest opposition party, the centrist Civic Platform (PO), came second with 30.3 percent, officials say.
Incumbent Andrzej Duda on course for 2nd term with narrow victory in Poland’s runoff presidential vote.
RT.com 13 Jul, 2020 07:04
Polish President Andrzej Duda is leading the polls by a slim margin with the nationwide vote count nearly over. The election commission has said the final tally will not change significantly.
Duda, an ally of the ruling right-wing Law and Justice (PiS) party, got 51.2 percent of the vote, the National Electoral Commission announced after counting nearly 99.7 percent of the ballots.
Local media quoted Commission Chairman Sylwester Marciniak as saying that the official results will not change significantly as the count is being finalized. This means that Duda is likely to be re-elected for a second term in office.
Duda's opponent, Warsaw Mayor Rafal Trzaskowski, the candidate from the center-right Civic Platform (PO), got 48.8 percent of the vote.
Duda, 48, ran as a champion of conservative family values, promising to maintain and expand generous welfare programs introduced by the PiS-led government. Under Duda, Poland remained a strong supporter of the EU and NATO, maintaining close ties with the US.
However, relations with the European Commission have been strained in recent years as Brussels was highly critical of the Polish government's reforms of the judiciary and state-run media. EU officials have also criticized Warsaw for its stance on LGBT rights and abortion.
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