DAILYKENN.com --Poland became an independent nation 100 years ago; 1918. Poles are celebrating. With exceptions.
The stodgy far-left (left-over from the Soviet era) mayor of Warsaw has cancelled a major event. Hanna Gronkiewicz-Waltz calls the event a "march" and and cites sercurity concerns as the reason for cancelling the event.
The mayor also citied the rise of "aggressive nationalism."
Be mindful that thin-brained, shallow leftist tend to brand everything they don't like as "racist" or something akin to.
From polandinenglish.info ▼
The mayor said also that the decision was made in reference to the resolution of the European Parliament in October, pointing out the increase of neo-fascist incidents around the European Union.
The courts have 24 hours to rule whether this decision is legal, while the organisers of the march will likely argue that this is covered by legal provisions on “cyclical demonstrations”, whereby a city mayor cannot cancel such events.
Krzysztof Bosak, a deputy chairman of the National Movement party, which is one of the organisers of the March, told Onet news website, that “despite this decision, the march will happen.”
“The decision is illegal. It is merely a try to destabilise our activities,” Mr Bosak said. “Yesterday, Wrocław, today Warsaw.”
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