via Holocaust law will not be renegotiated, says Polish delegation in Israel

Polish Deputy Foreign Minister Bartosz Cichocki, who is leading the delegation, said that there was “no such possibility in the Polish political system, and no such intention” when asked on Wednesday whether the controversial Institute of National Remembrance (IPN) Act signed into law this month would be repealed, the liberal Polish newspaper Gazeta Wyborcza reported.

Cichocki’s comments in Israel followed an earlier statement from Marek Suski, the head of the Polish prime minister’s office, saying that the delegation was “not going to Israel to negotiate the content of the bill.”

“We want to explain the controversy and to engage in dialogue based on truth,” Suski said.

via Holocaust law will not be renegotiated, says Polish delegation in Israel

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