“The court’s decision sounds like a verdict on the Law & Justice Party propaganda.” Obywatele.news reports on the Open Dialogue Foundation’s press conference

  • 10.10.2019
  • Author: Editorial office

Obywatele.news has reported on today’s press conference during which the Open Dialogue Foundation and its representatives disclosed the names of the media, journalists and politicians, as well as other individuals linked with or sympathising with the Law & Justice Party and who have violated the personal rights of Lyudmyla KozlovskaBartosz Kramek and the Open Dialogue Foundation itself.

However, Kajetan Wróblewski, a journalist for Obywatele.news, says that the focal point of the conference was the statement that court claims had already been filed against Polish Radio and Polish state television (TVP), with the President of the Open Dialogue Foundation and the President of the Foundation Board having requested apologies, the retraction of false statements and PLN 200,000 in compensation for each of them, and the statement on the most recent order by the District Court in Warsaw to grant ODF an interim measure until the case is finally decided. This order means that until the case is settled Polish state television (TVP) willhave to publish the following statement before broadcasting anything about the Open Dialogue Foundation: “Telewizja Polska S.A. with its registered office in Warsaw, informs you that the allegations made against Lyudmyla Kozlovska, Bartosz Kramek and the Open Dialogue Foundation in this material are the subject of a lawsuit in defence of personal interest against Telewizja Polska S.A. that is pending before theDistrict Court in Warsaw.”

“The most recent order by the District Court in Warsaw to grant ODF an interim measure against Polish state television (TVP) sounds like a verdict on the propaganda of the Law and Justice Party. It exposes the pitiful nature of its lies and manipulation against people whom the Law & Justice Party considers enemies,” Wróblewski concludes.

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