– At the desk of President Kalisz, we filed exactly 8000 800 signatures of people opposing the Equality March. When they look at these marches in other cities, they always encounter our Christian identity and desecrate the signs of our faith. Observers of such marches are aroused by aggression, provocations and slogans that hurt Catholics. This is our voice of the opposition – said Agnieszka Skowrońska.
On September 22, the 1st Kalisz Equality March was announced. At the same time, the Kalisz Town Hall received applications for the organization of other assemblies.
– 250 applications for registration of marches were received not only from Kalisz and the district, but also from all over Poland. Their authors are individuals and different types of organizations. Applicants want to organize demonstrations on different streets and with different numbers of people registered on 21 and 22 September in different parts of Kalisz – at least 100 people – said the Head of the Department of Social Affairs and Housing Tomasz Rogoziński.
The applications were transmitted electronically. – All 250 applications were checked for compliance with the Law on Meetings and the parties were asked to correct any deficiencies – added the leader.
Proposals include: a picket to defend the family and tradition, a picket for lovers of Chopin's creativity, a public rosary nation, pickle lovers of raisin cheesecake, pickets to promote the introduction of the Sumatran orangutan Pang Abelia in Poland.
Finally, the Town Hall decided that on Saturday, September 21, six public meetings be held and on Sunday, September 22, 26 clubs could be held. There are still requests to organize marches at the same time and between the same points of the city as reported by the Equality March Organizers.
Kalina Michocka, organizer of the first Kali equality march, told PAP that the route of his march is not well defined.  (jb)