Posted on 29. May 2014 by Slawomir Parus Much happened in Poland during the election day – Wojciech Jaruzelski, the last Polish communist dictator, passed away and two strongest parties in the Polish Parliament confirmed their supremacy in Polish politics by gaining 19 seats each in the European Parliament. However, right after the exit polls … Continue reading Poland: Young people choose European enemies
Posted on 15. May 2014by Slawomir Parus For me, Europe is like home. I feel quite comfortable in its every corner. Obviously, there are ‘rooms’ that I prefer more than others, but no matter where I am, the same level of safety is guaranteed. I felt it in frosty Kiruna as well as in sunny Rome. … Continue reading The EU has to grow
Posted on 14. February 2014 by Slawomir Parus I do not want to move to Western Europe countries and steal jobs of their citizens: I am a well-educated person working in a quite competitive and innovative economy. I have got my own well-paid and ambitious occupation here in Poland. I have nothing to do with the … Continue reading Don´t confuse me with my country: I am just Polish
Posted on 18. January 2013 by Slawomir Parus In one of the previous blog posts my friend Ksenia described our debate in Hamburg concerning Katyn case recognized by European Court of Human Rights. Her remarks related mainly to a historical aspect of that crime. As I am a lawyer, legal side of the debate was equally important … Continue reading Late justice or legal mock battle?