There is no room for symbols marked with the red star in public space in free, independent and democratic Poland, nor in free Europe.
There is no grain of truth in the accusations aimed at Poland that its cooperation with Hitler led to the outbreak of World War II.
Prof. Arkady RZEGOCKI
Rzeczpospolita, so pompously celebrating the centenary of its rebirth last year, has many reasons to be proud. One of them is the Constitution of 3rd May 1791, recognised worldwide as Europe’s first and world’s second democratic constitution. However, it was not a coincidence that the Constitution of 3rd May was the first such act in Europe and a phenomenon on a global scale. It resulted from the centuries-long tradition of Polish parliamentarism and constitutionalism, dating back to the 15th century.