Now the prosecutors of the Institute of national memory will be able to attract people responsible for the crimes of the Communist regime in Poland.
Poland will no longer have a Statute of limitations for crimes committed during the communism period of 1944-1990. The corresponding law was signed by the country's President Andrzej Duda, Radio Poland reports.
This will enable the prosecutors of the Institute of national memory to attract people responsible for the crimes of the Communist regime in Poland.
As noted, the current regulations provide that the Statute of limitations for crimes of the Communist regime begins to apply from 1 August 1990 and that the punishment ends after 40 years in the case of murder, war crime or crime against humanity, and after 30 years вЂ” in the case of another crime.
Thus, since August 1 of this year, no one could be involved in the last category of crime.
Earlier it was reported that in Poland for five years demolished about 100 Soviet monuments.