August 19, 2020, 09.08 PM

“We speak out in solidarity with activists and their allies, who are being detained, brutalized, and intimidated,” the letter said.

“We voice our grave concern about the future of democracy in Poland, a country with an admirable history of resistance to totalitarianism and struggle for freedom.”

Recently the EU did react by rejecting small amounts of funding to six communities that had declared themselves to be “free of LGBT ideology”.

On Tuesday, the Polish justice minister, Zbigniew Ziobro, said that one of those communities, Tuchów, had become the victim of “ideological persecution” by the EU and that his ministry was earmarking 250,000 zlotys ($68,000 or €57,000) to support it from a special fund.

He praised the town for what he said was the support of “well-functioning family” life. 

(Writer & Editor: Associated Press)

Source: https://apnews.com/dc66b17aef8f855673f8323bded025af 

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