The General Prosecutor applied to the Constitutional Tribunal for a declaration of non-compliance with the Constitution of the Republic of Poland of the goals and activities of the political party Communist Party of Poland (Komunistyczna Partia Polski – KPP), according to the information reached by the portal Niezalezna.pl
As the website Niezalezna.pl found out, the General Prosecutor Zbigniew Ziobro asked to ban the grouping.
“The Public General Prosecutor has filed a motion with the Constitutional Tribunal for a declaration of non-compliance with the Constitution of the Republic of Poland of the goals and activities of the political party Communist Party of Poland,” the portal reported.
The Prosecutor’s Office admits that actions in this case were undertaken at the request of natural persons. In letters addressed to the Prosecutor’s Office, they indicated that the Communist Party of Poland, among other things, referred in its program and practices to totalitarian methods and practices of communism, which was inconsistent with the Polish Constitution.
The KPP program expresses admiration for the political system of the Soviet Union. Party members demonstrate the superiority of the regime in the USSR in the period of “red terror”, the great famine and Stalinist terror over the free-market democratic system. They also praise the alleged degree of democratization of public life in the USSR, the promotion of culture by the Bolsheviks, and the consolidation of universal welfare.