Egzamin z Konstytucji RP (1)

"Question 1: Are public authorities in the Republic of Poland impartial in matters of personal conviction, whether religious or philosophical, or in relation to outlooks on life, and do they ensure their freedom of expression within public life?"

“Question 1: Are public authorities in the Republic of Poland impartial in matters of personal conviction, whether religious or philosophical, or in relation to outlooks on life, and do they ensure their freedom of expression within public life?”


"Question 1: Are public authorities in the Republic of Poland impartial in matters of personal conviction, whether religious or philosophical, or in relation to outlooks on life, and do they ensure their freedom of expression within public life?"

“Question 1: Are public authorities in the Republic of Poland impartial in matters of personal conviction, whether religious or philosophical, or in relation to outlooks on life, and do they ensure their freedom of expression within public life?”

A Polish MP Beata Mateusiak-Pielucha proposes that non-Catholics are being examined on their knowledge of the Polish Constitution – and deported (where to? she doesn’t tell) if they fail to know it. The problem is, Beata Mateusiak belongs to the Law and Justice (PiS) party, who themselves have problems with understanding the Constitution.

Wykorzystano kroje Apropal i Lombard z zestawu Warszawskie Kroje

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