Kaczynski calls LGBT rights a ‘threat’ to Poland

Kaczynski made the comments Wednesday on the stage of the Congress and Exhibition Centre near Rzeszów and stressed the importance of the elections, those to the European Parliament and subsequent parliamentary ones. – These elections in two rounds are, in fact, one of the elections that the future of Poles is at stake. If our opponents win, it will not be as it was, but worse. Our opponents are attacking our social policy, attacking families, even children. They are attacking, saying that our programme is a handout. Either they do not want to understand, or they do not understand what the two aims of this policy are. Poverty, poverty degrades, takes away dignity. This phenomenon has been reduced. Our aim is to restore the dignity of Poles – said Kaczyński, who, in his speech at the Convention in Rzeszów, focused on social issues.

Jarosław Kaczyński, speaking of child sexuality, referred to the signing of the LGBT+ Declaration by the President of Warsaw, Rafał Trzaskowski. There is a provision on sex education in accordance with World Health Organisation (WHO) standards. Critics believe, however, that this will lead to the sexualisation of children between the ages of 0 and 4.