Adamowicz’s widow may enter politics
Paweł Adamowicz’s widow Magdalena has hit the cover of the Polish edition of liberal magazine “Newsweek”. Polish internauts broadly criticize Mrs. Adamowicz, as this is seen as a move to enter Polish politics just weeks after her husband’s murder.
The making of secular saints
The media is trying to turn Lech Wałęsa, Jerzy Owsiak and Paweł Adamowicz into secular saints, claims presidential advisor, professor Andrzej Zybertowicz. “This is a conscious manipulation,” he explained.
The video analysis of the mayor of Gdańsk attack
The moment Paweł Adamowicz was stabbed was recorded by one of the audience at the charity event. Twitter user Piotr Antoni offered a direct analysis of the attack in a video he posted online.
Scandalous poster spreads across the internet
A scandalous poster depicting Law and Justice chairman Jarosław Kaczyński’s face as part of a knife handle, has been spreading throughout the internet. The deputy head of the Museum of Warsaw is one of the people who shared the image.
Morawiecki calls for national unity
PM Mateusz Morawiecki calls for an improvement of public life and debate in the wake of Paweł Adamowicz’s death: “A great evil has happened. Let us try to forge it into something good. Let this be a breakthrough,” he said.
The aftermath of murder in Gdańsk
The death of Paweł Adamowicz may lead to further escalation of political conflict and tensions, claims professor Antoni Dudek. He argues that the political camp opposite PiS is trying to blame the ruling party, which is an incorrect interpretation of the event.
Tusk’s farewell to the murdered mayor of Gdańsk
Dozens of rallies were held throughout Poland in memory of Gdańsk mayor Paweł Adamowicz. The President of the European Council, Donald Tusk brought up fond memories of the deceased mayor at one such rally in Gdańsk, but could not refrain from politicizing his speech.
Jarosław Kurski: The murder of Adamowicz was a “political crime”
Mayor of Gdańsk dies after being stabbed on stage during charity event
Mayor of Gdańsk Paweł Adamowicz has died after being stabbed on stage during a charity event. Despite undergoing a five-hour operation, he unfortunately succumed to his injuries today. The assailant has been detained.
New war on Westerplatte
Law and Justice (PiS) minister Mariusz Błaszczak and opposition Civic Platform (PO) mayor of Gdańsk, Paweł Adamowicz, argue over military attendance at Westerplatte celebrations.