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    The President commemorated people killed by the communist regime

    On Sunday night, President Andrzej Duda took part in the ceremony commemorating the death of Grzegorz Przemyk and other victims of martial law. “We are in a very important place for those who remember the times of martial law, those who during martial law were on the side of free Poland, sovereign and independent, were against the communists,” said the President after the ceremony.

    On Monday, December 13, it is 40 years since the introduction of martial law in Poland.

    Grzegorz Przemyk, son of the poet and opposition activist Barbara Sadowska, tortured by three policemen at the police station at Jezuicka Street in Warsaw, died on May 14, 1983, in the hospital, three days before his 19th birthday.

    President Andrzej Duda participated in the celebrations, next to the Grzegorz Przemyk memorial plaque. The President lit a candle in the place where Grzegorz Przemyk was tortured.

    “Poland is still in pain because of those times, and because of those victims,” ​​stressed the head of state.


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