MP Małgorzata Tracz said Barbara Nowacka has already received support. “He’s already in charge of medical services,” he said.
Meanwhile, Radio ZET journalist Piotr Drabik posted a video on Twitter accompanied by MP Barbara Nowacka Michał Szczerba. The deputy explained to the official that he had hit her in the eye with gas, even though he was showing his parliamentary ID – at face height – he says in a video posted by Michał Szczerrabak. Parliamentarians who spoke to police asked Nowack if he needed medical help. He also reported that he was at the top of the trail because the agents were not using gas.
The victims also include a journalist from Halo Radio, the channel’s journalist added.
Protests for the defense of women’s rights after the abortion law was tightened
Protests for women’s rights were held on Saturday in many Polish cities on the 102nd anniversary of women’s electoral rights. Demonstrations have been taking place regularly since the Constitutional Court ruled in Poland that legal abortion is almost impossible.
Protests are also taking place in Gdañsk, Lodz, Szczecin, Katowice and Wroc³aw, among others.