On Wednesday Sage The amendment to the Code of Administrative Procedure was adopted with the Senate Amendment, and accordingly, 30 years after the administrative decision is issued, it cannot be challenged, for example in the case of property seized several years ago. The law was signed by President Andrzej Duda.
The rules adopted by Sejm, even if issued in violation of the law and 10 years have elapsed since it was issued or published, no administrative decision in this regard can be revoked. By law, all administrative proceedings are terminated 30 years after the decision has been made.
Correction of administrative code. Voices of protest
State Secretary United States Anthony Blinkan expressed “deep concern” about accepting the amendment this week. As he put it, “the Polish parliament passed a law strictly restricting the recovery of property for survivors of the Holocaust and for those whose property was confiscated during communism.”
Blingen called on President Andrzej Duda to repeal the bill or refer to it Constitutional Tribunal. He added, “Only a comprehensive law that resolves the issue of demand can ensure a sense of justice.”
A dozen U.S. senators asked for a veto in a letter to the president. Jacob Kumoch, President of the Office of International Policy at the Chancellor’s Office; In response sent to senators “There can be no unlimited deadline to appeal against the decisions of public authorities,” he explained.
“I want to assure you that people who have lost their property to communist authorities can still seek compensation in a civil way,” he added.
The Israeli side also objected. “The Israeli government will not compromise on the Holocaust. MSZ.
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