- Krystyna Pawłowicz criticized the president's veto over the so-called Destructive Act
- "Why Nazi criminals could be punished fairly and communists have extraordinary procedures that despise them" – asks Law and Justice
- . 19659004] Law and Justice MP in the preface writes that "in the Nuremberg trials conducted after the Second World War by the international community – sentenced to death by war criminals and years of imprisonment, not demotion or withdrawal of privileges ̵
According to Krystyna Pawłowicz, shortly after the war, the "fundamental principle of law – Nullum crimen sine lege (no crime without a law) was broken and" justice "condemned to death for genocide in the concept of European nations," We read.
The law and legal department member finally asks, "Why could Nazi criminals be punished fairly and the Communists have extraordinary procedures that despise them?" Krystyna Pawłowicz believes that Andrzej Duda has acted against the constitution.
"In contrast, the president with his very formal arguments deprives us of the right to" justice ", to" historical justice "from which other nations have benefited", – their post on wPolityce.pl
Pawłowicz finally asks if the Poles have the right to "our admittedly late, but small and only symbolic anti-communist" Nuremberg "
Veto of the President.
On Friday President Andrzej Duda announced that he had decided against the so-called Degradation Act The law deprives the military members of the Military Council of National Salvation and gives them the opportunity to deprive these sections of the population and soldiers of the reserve who "resisted the Polish raison d'être" in 1943-1990
The Speaker of the President, Krzysztof Łapiński, said yesterday that Andr Zej Duda "is for some settlements including the past, including Lich symbolic ". As Łapiński said, the president who argues his decision has "as a politician he participated in work on the lustration law, and already as a president he signed the detox act". – So he is a politician who through his actions supports the negative assessment – even in the legal dimension – of the Polish People's Republic or the officers of this system, in particular the officers of the repressive apparatus.
– With this law (the President), he returned attention to several shortcomings, including the lack of appeal against the decision to take the general rank, which could also affect various types of European institutions – said the spokesman for the President
As the President said, the President also pointed out that one can not be thrown into one pocket of such figures as General Hermaszewski, General Kiszczak or General Jaruzelski, and that "one generally has to reckon with the past, even with a difficult, but with methods that are legally impossible to move – for example, in a way that someone will say that the act is unconstitutional. "
– The fact that this law raises some controversy is something obvious But the president does not undermine the fact that it is worth a past t to close and in a way even symbolically settle down with it (…). The justification must be worded so well and precisely that it does not effectively appeal to the Polish or European judicial authorities – Łapiński.
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