2020/06/20 “WyPAD” protest

Multiple pro-democratic organisations, including Ogolnopolski Strajk Kobiet (National Women’s Strike), KOD (Democracy Defence Committee) and SKA (Students Antifascist Committee), along with LGBT community members and supporters marched through the city in protest against the government (due to corruption, swindles and anti-democratic solutions introduced) and against the President Andrzej Duda – the march ended at the presidential palace – who started to use anti-LGBT retorics in his election campaign.

Multiple pro-democratic organisations, including Ogolnopolski Strajk Kobiet (National Women’s Strike), KOD (Democracy Defenc Committee) and SKA (Students Antifascist Committee), along with LGBT community members and supporters marched through the city in protest against the government (due to corruption, swindles and anti-democratic solutions introduced) and against the President Andrzej Duda – where the march ended – who that started to use anti-LGBT retorics in his election campaign.
Multiple pro-democratic organisations, including Ogolnopolski Strajk Kobiet (National Women’s Strike), KOD (Democracy Defenc Committee) and SKA (Students Antifascist Committee), along with LGBT community members and supporters marched through the city in protest against the government (due to corruption, swindles and anti-democratic solutions introduced) and against the President Andrzej Duda – where the march ended – who that started to use anti-LGBT retorics in his election campaign.
Multiple pro-democratic organisations, including Ogolnopolski Strajk Kobiet (National Women’s Strike), KOD (Democracy Defenc Committee) and SKA (Students Antifascist Committee), along with LGBT community members and supporters marched through the city in protest against the government (due to corruption, swindles and anti-democratic solutions introduced) and against the President Andrzej Duda – where the march ended – who that started to use anti-LGBT retorics in his election campaign.
Multiple pro-democratic organisations, including Ogolnopolski Strajk Kobiet (National Women’s Strike), KOD (Democracy Defenc Committee) and SKA (Students Antifascist Committee), along with LGBT community members and supporters marched through the city in protest against the government (due to corruption, swindles and anti-democratic solutions introduced) and against the President Andrzej Duda – where the march ended – who that started to use anti-LGBT retorics in his election campaign.
Multiple pro-democratic organisations, including Ogolnopolski Strajk Kobiet (National Women’s Strike), KOD (Democracy Defenc Committee) and SKA (Students Antifascist Committee), along with LGBT community members and supporters marched through the city in protest against the government (due to corruption, swindles and anti-democratic solutions introduced) and against the President Andrzej Duda – where the march ended – who that started to use anti-LGBT retorics in his election campaign.
Multiple pro-democratic organisations, including Ogolnopolski Strajk Kobiet (National Women’s Strike), KOD (Democracy Defenc Committee) and SKA (Students Antifascist Committee), along with LGBT community members and supporters marched through the city in protest against the government (due to corruption, swindles and anti-democratic solutions introduced) and against the President Andrzej Duda – where the march ended – who that started to use anti-LGBT retorics in his election campaign.
Multiple pro-democratic organisations, including Ogolnopolski Strajk Kobiet (National Women’s Strike), KOD (Democracy Defenc Committee) and SKA (Students Antifascist Committee), along with LGBT community members and supporters marched through the city in protest against the government (due to corruption, swindles and anti-democratic solutions introduced) and against the President Andrzej Duda – where the march ended – who that started to use anti-LGBT retorics in his election campaign.
Multiple pro-democratic organisations, including Ogolnopolski Strajk Kobiet (National Women’s Strike), KOD (Democracy Defenc Committee) and SKA (Students Antifascist Committee), along with LGBT community members and supporters marched through the city in protest against the government (due to corruption, swindles and anti-democratic solutions introduced) and against the President Andrzej Duda – where the march ended – who that started to use anti-LGBT retorics in his election campaign.
Multiple pro-democratic organisations, including Ogolnopolski Strajk Kobiet (National Women’s Strike), KOD (Democracy Defenc Committee) and SKA (Students Antifascist Committee), along with LGBT community members and supporters marched through the city in protest against the government (due to corruption, swindles and anti-democratic solutions introduced) and against the President Andrzej Duda – where the march ended – who that started to use anti-LGBT retorics in his election campaign.
Multiple pro-democratic organisations, including Ogolnopolski Strajk Kobiet (National Women’s Strike), KOD (Democracy Defenc Committee) and SKA (Students Antifascist Committee), along with LGBT community members and supporters marched through the city in protest against the government (due to corruption, swindles and anti-democratic solutions introduced) and against the President Andrzej Duda – where the march ended – who that started to use anti-LGBT retorics in his election campaign.
Multiple pro-democratic organisations, including Ogolnopolski Strajk Kobiet (National Women’s Strike), KOD (Democracy Defenc Committee) and SKA (Students Antifascist Committee), along with LGBT community members and supporters marched through the city in protest against the government (due to corruption, swindles and anti-democratic solutions introduced) and against the President Andrzej Duda – where the march ended – who that started to use anti-LGBT retorics in his election campaign.

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