Poland: Duda bets nationalist votes and attacks gay adoptions – Ultima Ora


(ANSA) – WARSAW, JUNE 29 – The outgoing Polish president
Andrzej Duda, the lead in the first round of the
yesterday’s presidential elections with 43.6% of the votes, for the ballot
focuses on the more conservative target and addresses in particular
to the voters of the nationalist candidate Krzysztof Bosak, for
get their support on July 12th.

The workhorse in the aftermath of the ballot box returns to
be that of gay rights: Duda raised it again
bogeyman of adoption, criticizing opponent Rafal
Trzaskowski, who, after being elected mayor of 2018
Warsaw has signed the LGBT Charter of Rights.

Interviewed on public radio, Duda lingered on
respect for the family, “understood as the union between man and
woman “.” So many people fear that same-sex couples
may one day even adopt children, “he added
the president, in promising the defense of more values

The head of state reiterated that there are several common points
between his program and Bosak’s as well as “a vision
very similar to the future of Poland. “Bosak, than at the first
round came fourth with 7.4% of the vote in its schedule
had proposed strict immigration policies and the
strengthening the central power of the country with the defense of the
its “sovereignty” from foreign influences in the first place
from the European Union. (HANDLE).


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