Haaretz: Polish president approves controversial Holocaust bill, but sends it to courts for further discussion

The president of Poland, Andrzej Duda, announced on Tuesday that he will sign the bill that criminalizes saying the Polish people and nation took part in Nazi crimes during the Holocaust. However, he said he would send it to Poland’s Constitutional Tribunal for further discussion.

The controversial bill, which was approved last week by the Polish parliament, led to a serious crisis in relations between Israel and Poland.

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