The Justice Ministry said the Cabinet of Prime Minister Beata Szydlo approved the legislation Tuesday. It is expected to pass easily in the parliament, where the nationalistic ruling party Law and Justice enjoys a majority.

The bill aims to deal with a problem the Polish government has faced for years: foreign media outlets referring to the Nazi camps as “Polish.”

Poles fear that as the war grows more distant younger generations will incorrectly assume that Poles had a role in the death camps.



Addressing Defamation

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