Roman Giertych, Poland’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education, on March 2 upheld his controversial proposal to include a ban on abortion and rights for homosexuals in any possible future European constitution. Giertych stirred controversy in Heidelberg, Germany, a day earlier during a meeting of EU education ministers when he openly criticised what he termed “homosexual propaganda” in a public speech. A Polish government spokesman and Polish Foreign Minister Anna Fotyga said in Warsaw...

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