A group of US senators have known as on Polish President Andrzej Duda to stymie the passage of a extremely controversial bill which would forestall residence restitution, or compensation, for men and women whose home was confiscated by the Polish Communist regime after the 2nd Environment War, including Holocaust survivors.
In complete, 12 senators signed a bipartisan letter to Duda, expressing their “grave concerns” above the laws and asked for that he “press for the withdrawal of this bill from the Polish Senate” and veto it if it is accredited.
The exertion was led by Senators Tammy Baldwin (D-WI), Marco
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