Nine EU states, including Poland, have protested to the European Parliament (EP) against what they call protectionist and discriminative regulations in the EU's Mobility Package, the Polish Infrastructure Ministry announced on Wednesday.
A demonstration against the exploitation of migrant labourers took place on Sunday in the Icelandic capital Reykyavik, after Thursday's death of 3 Poles in a fire in one of the city's tenement buildings for migrant workers.
Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki wrote on Twitter on Sunday that "64 years ago, workers, citizens took to the streets in Poznan," and that "the Poznan June is a symbol of the struggle for basic freedoms - the right of every human being to a dignified life."
The twin plaques paying tribute to Polish prisoners of war from the local Ostashkov camp who were murdered as part of the 1940 Katyń massacre of around 22,000 Polish officers and intellectuals, were photographed being removed from a former NKVD security service local headquarters.
Residents of a number of Polish towns on the German and Czech borders protested on Friday against restrictions that cut them off from their jobs or left them stranded in nearby German and Czech locations.
The Polish Senate (upper house) on Friday unanimously backed a resolution protesting against Russian accusations of Poland's collaboration with Nazi Germany and complicity in the outbreak of World War Two.
Russian Ambassador to Poland Sergey Andreev was urgently summoned to the Polish Foreign Ministry on Friday in connection with Russian President Vladimir Putin's recent comments about the outbreak of World War Two, the ministry informed PAP on Saturday.
By Monday noon, 48.5 percent of schools and kindergartens in Poland were taking part in the strike proclaimed by the Polish Teachers' Union (ZNP) and the Trade Unions' Forum (FZZ), the deputy Education Minister, Maciej Kopeć, announced.
A group of disabled and their parents and carers on Sunday suspended a 40-day protest in demand of more financial aid in the Sejm (lower house) building in Warsaw.
A group of disabled people arrived at Poland's parliament building on Monday to urge the protesting disabled adults and their carers to end their sit-in protest in the Sejm (lower house) building and start talks with the government.