The deputy of the Zieloni Urszula Zielińska informed that on ul. Marszałkowska Police writes down and issues tickets to protesters. The parliamentarian called for demonstrators not to accept them.
At Marszałkowska Street, the police draw up and issue tickets for various things, incl. “concourse”. Remember: you have the right to refuse to accept a ticket. Then the order for injunction-> appeal in 7 days-> case in court. 90% + of cases won by citizens
– she wrote.
In another entry, the deputy said that the police had surrounded the protesters at the Politechnika Metro station and that the officers were calling for people to leave the place, even though they cordoned off people, preventing them from dispersing. According to the Gazeta.pl reporter, Jakub Gołębski, who is in this area, “the police are pulling people from the back of the march to ID.” – People are locked in some parking lot, no policeman I talked to knows where the exit is or where their commander is – our reporter informs.
Protests in defense of women’s rights after the tightening of abortion law in Poland
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