Incident at the Smolensk monthly. Jarosław Kaczyński couldn’t stand it

Incident at the Smolensk monthly.  Jarosław Kaczyński couldn't stand it

Jarosław Kaczyński during the Smolensk monthly anniversary ceremony at pl. Piłsudski in Warsaw tore down a banner with the inscription “Smolensk lie”. Various slogans were chanted at the PiS president.

Jarosław Kaczyński appeared at Piłsudski Square in Warsaw on the 166th anniversary of the Smolensk disaster to honor the memory of the victims. During the ceremony, there was a confrontation with the picket participants. Various slogans were chanted, e.g. “where is the wreck”. A recording appeared on the Internet. The video shows a group of people holding a banner with the inscription: “Smolensk lie.”

Jarosław Kaczyński’s confrontation with the picket participants

Suddenly, the president of PiS came up and tore it off. The video was posted on the “Citizens here!” account. The profile shows itself as “Polish street reporters in action. You can see in the crowd that Kaczyński was accompanied by other Law and Justice politicians, including: Anna Zalewska, Maciej Wąsik and Mariusz Błaszczak. Police officers were also present close to the United Right leader.

In other photos you can see that during the celebration A large delegation of PiS politicians appeared. MEPs Ryszard Czarnecki, Jadwiga Wiśniewska, Karol Karski, Joachim Brudziński and Anna Fotyga were present. The MPs include Mateusz Morawiecki, Antoni Macierewicz, Ryszard Terlecki, and Zbigniew Kuźmiuk.

What did the previous Smolensk months look like?

Various types of incidents regularly occur during Smolensk’s monthly commemorations. In January, a small group of people gathered near the monument to the victims of the Smolensk disaster and tried to disrupt the celebrations. One of the men chanted towards Kaczyński: “You sent Wąsik to Grochów.”

The head of the Ministry of Interior and Administration said in December in the context of the Smolensk months that “we will definitely stop looking at these assemblies as official state gatherings, because that is how they have been treated for the last eight years.” Marcin Kierwiński added that “one big circus will end and half the city will have to be blocked.” However, he emphasized that the police would still be able to “observe” the events if they were reported by the organizers.

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