In Warsaw, in parallel with the opposition rally on Sunday evening is a demonstration of the ruling party.
Former Polish President Lech Walesa believes that the current head of state Andrzej Duda needs to resign.
According to the former President, along with Duda “must go” and the ruling law and justice party (PiS).
“PiS need to leave, Duda should resign. This system is bad. If they Balk, will appear before the court. This is the only solution and the sooner the better,” wrote Walesa in Facebook.
At the same time, in Warsaw, in parallel with the opposition rally on Sunday evening held a demonstration, organized by the the ruling ruling party “law and justice”.
From the podium are the representatives of the party “law and justice”, calling people to peace and unity and declare that the protests organized by the opposition, can stand external forces.
On a Pro-government rally is not allowed representatives of many opposition media.
We will remind that on the night of December 17, protesters in Warsaw blocked the exits of the Polish Parliament after the statement of opposition that the ruling party postponed the vote on the budget outside of the main chamber of the Sejm.
The interior Minister of Poland Mariusz Blascak said that the actions of the opposition in the Sejm can be described as the attempt to seize power.
On 17 December in Warsaw continued the protests of the Polish opposition, which requires legally open session of the lower chamber and not to limit the use of the courtroom reporters.
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