Mateusz Morawiecki: My father was always committed to promoting freedom and solidarity.

"The work of his life is eternally engraved in history and in our reality" - said Prime Minister during the ceremony of unveiling the plaque commemorating the late Kornel Morawiecki. As he added, "my father wanted Poland to be a gift for the Poles". 


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Photo: Adam Guz / Chancellery of the Prime Minister

The plaque commemorating the late Kornel Morawiecki was placed by the monument dedicated to "All co-creators, defenders and heroes of Solidarity movement" in Wrocław. It was created at the initiative by the Wrocław University of Science and Technology and the Enterprise Commission of NSZZ "Solidarność" at the university. The ceremony of unveiling was held as part of the upcoming celebrations of the 38th anniversary of the imposition of martial law in Poland.

 "My father was always committed to promoting freedom and solidarity. These two values, intrinsically linked, were the essence of his life" - concluded Prime Minister.

Kornel Morawiecki was the founder and legendary leader of "Fighting Solidarity",  the Senior Marshal of the 8th term Sejm and Knight of the Order of the White Eagle.

The head of the government also laid flowers in front of the plaque commemorating Tadeusz Kostecki. He was the first fatality of martial law in Lower Silesia.


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