Kaczynski denies homophobia and anti-Semitism

Kaczynski denies homophobia and anti-Semitism


On his first official trip to the European Union headquarters, Polish Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski on Wednesday denied allegations that his government was tough on homosexuals and that there was rising anti-Semitism in the country. As EU Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso prodded Kaczynski to step up Warsaw's commitment to EU values, Kaczynski said he had managed to set the record straight about "a number of misunderstandings and doubts" about Poland's Europeanness. Homosexu...


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