Sunday, March 20, 2016

The Communist Labor Code of 1974 Remains in Force in 2016

On June 26, 1974 the Communist "parliament" in Poland accepted the Labor Code, which remains on the books to this day. This is a set of regulations designed to control the key aspects of labor. It contains a number of tools to punish anyone who is inconvenient for political reasons.

No one in the Polish public life called for abolishing the communist repressive measures contained in the 1974 Labor Code. Why? Because they are used against anyone standing up for basic human values, such as truth, dignity, human rights.