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But the Post received a letter from lawyer Marek Malicki on Friday afternoon saying he was acting for the union and saying the union ceased to have anything to do with it. Polish voice in 2015.
“The Polish National Union does not endorse or endorse articles published in Glos,” said Malicki.
He also said that Polish voice (Polish Voice) was a different newspaper from the one that published the anti-Semitic article, whose front page banner only contains the word Glos.
However, the URL, or Internet address, of the journal still contained the name Polish voice Friday night.
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And a promotion for Polish voice who remained online on Friday names editor Wieslaw Magiera, also listed as editor in issues of Glos that contain the anti-Jewish article. the Polish voice The promotion also states that the newspaper was “edited by” the Polish National Union of Canada.
Meanwhile, a page on the Polish National Union’s website which until Thursday evening indicated that it was closely related to Polish voice had been cleared of any reference to the newspaper on Friday afternoon.
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