Protesters displayed a huge banner in front of the building, which read “Free abortion, free education” and chanted “Schools liberated from fascism.” Agerpres.
According to a group of activists, Szpila, four protesters were detained by the police. However, the Warsaw police spokeswoman did not respond to a request to comment on the information, Reuters states.
According to images broadcast by TVN, the “Women’s Strike” movement (“Strajk Kobiet”) staged a car blockade on a bridge in Warsaw.
Dozens of protesters gathered in front of the headquarters of the Ministry of Education during another demonstration.
Hundreds of thousands of people have taken to the streets since October 22, when the Polish constitutional court ruled in an already restrictive rules on abortion.
Although focused on abortion, the protests spread their targets and began to express the anger of protesters against the nationalist leaders of Poland and their allies in the Catholic Church.
The ruling Law and Justice Party (PiS) has been criticized for appointing a critical vocalist on the spread of “LGBT ideology”, Przemyslaw Czarnek, as education minister. cultural.