Fights with Kaczyński and Suski. An incident during the Smolensk monthly anniversary

Fights with Kaczyński and Suski.  An incident during the Smolensk monthly anniversary

During the celebration of the Smolensk month anniversary, there were fights involving, among others, Jarosław Kaczyński and Marek Suski with activists.

On Sunday, March 10, like every 10th day of the month, PiS politicians celebrated another Smolensk month. In the morning, a special service was held in the seminary church. Then, a delegation of Law and Justice activists went to Piłsudski Square to lay flowers at the Monument to Lech Kaczyński and the Monument to the Victims of the Smolensk Tragedy. Jarosław Kaczyński was accompanied by, among others: Marek Suski, Ryszard Terlecki and Antoni Macierewicz, as well as Mariusz Kamiński and Maciej Wąsik.

An incident during the Smolensk monthly anniversary

Dozens of people with yellow vests with the signature “Order Service 2024” appeared on site. The area around the Smolensk monument was fenced off with posts and tape. Before the delegation arrived at the Smolensk monument, activists led by Zbigniew Komosa laid a wreath with the inscription reading “In memory of the 95 victims of Lech Kaczyński, who, ignoring all procedures, ordered the pilots to land in Smolensk in extremely difficult conditions. Rest in peace. “The Polish Nation”.

During the march of PiS politicians between the monuments, shouts were heard: “where is the wreck?”, “when will you finish this nativity scene?”, “Kamiński to prison.”

Fights with Kaczyński and Suski. There is a recording

Marek Suski tried to take a wreath of activists from the Smolensk monument. – Earlier, the guards tried to push us through. We prevented a PiS MP from taking our wreath. It was crowded and dangerous, reported Zbigniew Komosa. A recording of the incident appeared on the Internet. It shows a group of people jostling with Jarosław Kaczyński in the middle.

– None of us had any intention of attacking anyone. The attack came from the other side. It turns out that during these 6 years, when the police separated us in the Saski Park, kept us in cordons, and separated us from Piłsudski Square, when Jarosław Kaczyński came here, it turns out that the police were protecting us from Kaczyński, and not Kaczyński is ahead of us – commented Zbigniew Komosa.

Com. Małgorzata Wersocka from the Warsaw Police Headquarters said that despite huge political emotions, there was no threat to security at all times. No one was arrested and there were no reports of any crime.

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