warschau - Thousands of Polish nationalists and legal traders attended a so-called independence march in Warsaw on Saturday. They called lies like 'God, honor and fatherland' and 'Polish industry in Polish hands,' reported the Polish press office PAP.
Many participants exploit Bengal fireworks. The police were on track with 6000 agents to guide the demonstration. Antifascists held a demonstration under the motto 'For our and your freedom. '
It was Saturday 99 years ago that Poland returned its independence. The country was long distributed by Prussia, Austria-Hungary and Russia. President Andrzej Duda and other dignitaries laid wreaths at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Warsaw.
At the invitation of Duda, EU council chairman Donald Tusk also took part in the ceremonies. 'No politician in Poland or will be solely entitled to patriotism,' said the former Prime Minister of the Burger Platform (PO). The EU started a case against Poland in July because of controversial reforms of the judiciary under the National Conservative Government of the Party of Justice and Justice (PiS).