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When the Luxembourg court ruled that Poland had broken EU law in the Supreme Court case, the government conformed to the ruling. Mr Polish election: Leader targets gay rights as threat to society BBC News likes to identify threats to Polish society - during the election campaign four years ago, he said Middle Eastern migrants might bring "parasites and protozoa" to Poland.
Mariusz was organising the third equality march in Torun, in which more than a thousand people walked through the city guarded on both sides by helmeted riot police carrying shields. The gay mayor shaking up politics in Poland Polish leader targets gay rights as threat to society.
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There are several more cases pending at the court but, during the campaign, Mr Kaczynski vowed to continue the reform. I knew that I will lose all the rights with my husband we gained in Ireland but we wanted to come and help our friends to make the change.
In the eyes of Jaroslaw Kaczynski's national-conservative party and the Catholic Church, those rights are a threat to traditional Polish families and values. Jacek Karnowski, a journalist for pro-Law and Justice weekly wSieci, said it was now a question of prestige for Mr Kaczynski to complete the reforms.
More on this story. Government-supporting circles argued his suspension was an abuse of free speech and he was subsequently reinstated. Millions of Polish families are receiving benefits to help them make ends meet and now feel for the first time there is a party that cares about their dignity.
Why you can trust BBC News. But the party may pull back from that, because it did not do as well as it hoped, Mr Karnowski argues. They wouldn't support anything the people wouldn't support.