Polish Parliament had unanimously approved an amendment to the drug law. Law and Justice is contributing yet another chapter to the pointless fight against legal highs in Poland.
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This affair would likely galvanise prejudice among both nations, but could just as well be a positive turning point for the relations between Poles and Israelis, and to some degree also for the place of the Holocaust memory in today’s reality in two societies that bare the scars to this day.
So you smoke weed? Drop ecstasy? Keep quiet or get out of Facebook!
While Poland’s Minister of Culture boasts that Poland has “total press freedom”, Reporters Without Borders say that the ruling party has transformed Polish public media into the government’s propaganda mouthpieces
The new bill is supposed to be voted on in the parliament by the end of the week. Meanwhile, students and academics plan country-wide protests against the bill.
*The following is an edited transcript of an interview conducted for European Alternatives’ forthcoming documentary, Demos: Solidarity in Europe. While …