Poland right-wing celebration requires protests towards ruling celebration – JURIST


The Regulation and Justice, a right-wing celebration in Poland, called upon its supporters to take part in a Thursday protest in protection of freedom of speech, media and democracy towards the Civic Coalition, which is the present ruling political alliance in Poland. Since taking energy in late 2023, the Civic Coalition and Regulation and Justice have clashed over repeated efforts to institute reforms.

The Regulation and Justice claimed that the Civic Coalition has violated Polish legislation and took over public media. Throughout Regulation and Justice’s eight-year tenure as ruling celebration, it was additionally accused of breaking legal guidelines and undermining democracy.

Regulation and Justice MP Zbigniew Kuźmiuk claimed that the resolutions proposed by the Civic Coalition are sufficient to interrupt the legislation and liquidate the social packages launched by the Regulation and Justice. Furthermore, Regulation and Justice asserted that the actions taken towards the media and public life establishments are unlawful, that the legislation has been damaged and that democracy has been undermined.

In late December 2023, Poland’s Minister of Tradition and Nationwide Heritage Bartłomiej Sienkiewicz ordered the liquidation of three distinguished state media corporations – tv community Telewizja Polska (TVP), nationwide radio broadcaster Polskie Radio and information company Polska Agencja Prasowa (PAP). Earlier in December, President Andrzej Duda vetoed the 2024 funds invoice, rejecting its allocation of three billion zloty in funding for media till reforms are carried out. The president cited constitutional violations and the necessity for complete repairs and authorized reforms throughout the public media sector as causes for his veto.

On Thursday, many individuals gathered to protest towards the Civic Coalition. In keeping with Article 21 of the 1966 International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR), the fitting of peaceable meeting shall be acknowledged. Moreover, article 11 of the 1950 European Convention on Human Rights stipulates that everybody has the fitting to freedom of peaceable meeting and to freedom of affiliation with others, together with the fitting to kind and to hitch commerce unions for the safety of his pursuits. The article 57 of the Constitution of the Republic of Poland additionally stipulates that the liberty of peaceable meeting and participation in such assemblies shall be ensured to everybody.



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