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Brudzynski, an independent local councillor who previously represented the far-right and ardently Catholic League of Polish Families, has been pushing Warsaw city hall to ban Madonna's first-ever show in Poland.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The League of Polish Families, avowedly anti-EU, opposes gay marriage, foreign ownership of land and, allegedly according to some authors, is anti-Semitic.
Gone too from parliament are unsavoury extremist parties like the populist Self-Defence or rightwing League of Polish Families.
The League of Polish Families emphasizes the Catholic doctrine of social justice and, consequently, greater redistribution of wealth.
Roman Giertych, son of Maciej, is Chairman of the conservative Catholic League of Polish Families (LPR), which was formerly affiliated with the nationalist youth organization All-Polish Youth (MW).
Youth activists of the parliamentary party League of Polish Families threw stones, eggs, bottles, and slurs at peaceful GLBT marchers.
It follows comments by Wojciech Wierzejski, Polish MP and vice-chairman of the League of Polish Families, one of the parties in Poland's coalition government.
It followed comments by Wojciech Wierzejski, Polish MP and vice-chairman of the League of Polish Families, one of the parties in Poland's coalition government.