The Polish council of ministers is expected to discuss the introduction of jail time for anyone using the term “Polish death camps” referring to those run by WWII Nazi-Germany. The ministers will discuss changes to the Polish penal code to introduce a new type of crime.
The Council will meet on Tuesday following a three-week recess.
According to the original version of the draft prepared by the Ministry of Justice, the use of the term “Polish death camp” – referring to facilities run by Nazi German authorities in occupied Poland during World War II – could result in a prison term of up to five years.
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