Poland: Duda Vetoes Law That Gives Minors Access to Morning After Pill as Tusk Protests

Poland’s president, Andrzej Duda

Poland keeps saying they’re a conservative country.

The issue is, there is no country allied with the US that is a conservative country, because the US is Satan, and it turns all of its allies to the dark side.

Poland is willing to have total whoredom and total anal in order to take revenge on Stalin.

It’s unclear if Polish people are aware that Stalin is dead.

European Conservative:

The arrival of a liberal government in Poland has been accompanied by an offensive to reverse the social policies of the previous government under the Law and Justice (PiS) party. In a step to oppose this, conservative President Andrzej Duda on Friday vetoed a law aimed at liberalising access to the morning-after pill.

The coalition that came to power in Poland in December has made no secret of its desire to see Poland ‘move forward’ on abortion and the promotion of homosexuality—in a break with the policy of the previous government. On February 22nd, the lower house of the Polish parliament passed a law by 224 votes to 196, authorising access to the ‘morning-after pill’ from the age of 15 without a prescription, whereas until then, a doctor’s prescription was required to obtain it.

On Friday, March 29th, in response to the parliamentary vote, Polish President Andrzej Duda, a member of PiS, vetoed the law. He explained in a press release that he “cannot accept legal solutions allowing children under the age of 18 to have access to contraceptive drugs without medical supervision and without taking into account the role and responsibility of parents,” by virtue of “standards for the protection of children’s health.”

The presidential text states that no satisfactory argument has been put forward as to the need to open up the supply of such a pill to 15-year-old girls and that it must echo parents’ requests. Duda is therefore calling for the law to be re-examined while saying he is open to the administration of such a pill to women over the age of eighteen.

This places the president in a tug-of-war with liberal Prime Minister Donald Tusk, who has no intention of conceding defeat on what is considered to be a highly sensitive and symbolic issue. The issue of softening restrictions on the morning-after pill is seen by the liberal government as the first step towards dismantling the child protection legislation currently in force in Poland, where abortion is only permitted in cases of rape, incest, or serious danger to the mother’s health. Following Duda’s veto, Tusk suggested the need for a “plan B,” not in the form of a law but in the form of a regulation scheduled for early May, which would allow the morning-after pill to be dispensed directly by pharmacists.

Well, Tusk is the future of the country.

Duda – a “right-wing” ally of the US – is an anachronism.

The US has no right-wing allies, it only has anal servants who get fisted.

Poles will need to decide whether sacrificing everything is worth taking revenge on Stalin. Probably, the Polish people have a right to know that Stalin is already dead. But no one is likely to tell them this important information.

Soon, Poland will be as democratic as Germany.