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Poland's ruling party picks LGBT rights as election battlefront

Reuters Friday, 15 March 2019
Poland's ruling nationalist party aims to stem a decline in its popularity ahead of two key elections this year with warnings that opposition support for LGBT education is a threat to Polish culture and should be blocked wherever possible.
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