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    Jaruzelski and his people tried to make Poles believe that martial law was a historical necessity, says PM

    “It is said that time heals wounds, but the memory of the victims of martial law and martial law is crucial for our history and our present day,” said Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki at the Museum of Cursed Soldiers and Political Prisoners of the Polish People’s Republic on the 41st anniversary of the introduction of martial law in Poland. 

    The head of the Polish government paid special attention to the dignified commemoration of the victims of martial law.

    “The memory of the victims of martial law and the memory of martial law are crucial not only for our history but also for our present day,”

    Prime Minister Morawiecki said. 

    Mateusz Morawiecki delivered a speech on Tuesday at the Museum of Cursed Soldiers and Political Prisoners of the Polish People’s Republic, which is located in a former prison on Rakowiecka Street in Warsaw.

    “Martial law is not only tens of thousands of people arrested, interned, beaten, humiliated, but it is also more than 100 people murdered, it is also many more victims who died at the hands of so-called unknown perpetrators, perpetrators who were never detected,”

    the Prime Minister said.

    Mateusz Morawiecki added that “Jaruzelski and his people tried to make Poles believe that martial law was a kind of historical necessity,” while historical sources prove that “the communists from Moscow did not want to intervene in Poland.”


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