• March 27, 2014
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Bolesław Daszkiewicz: I will be judged once again but this time for different boards

© DELFI (K.Čachovskio nuotr.)

Bolesław Dasszkiewicz, the adiminstrative director of Soleczniki regional council, during the interview with portal rubaltic.ru said that probably, he would be penalised once again, but this time for different bilingual boards.

“There is a probability that I will receive a punishment. In Druskienniki, 23 April, I will be judged once again but this time for different boards. We will see what the court of law will adjudge” – said Daszkiewicz.

Asked, why does Lithuania fight with Polish street names, which causes a smile on electorate face, Daszkiewicz suggested to asked politicians about that.

“When it comes to people – both Poles and Lithuanians do not take sides saying that they are “for” or “against” those boards, however, in other countries there are bilingual boards and they do not disturb anyone”- added the administrative director.

Daszkiewicz emphasised that Lithuanian, Poles or Russians have equal rights and “there is a need to believe that this situation will get betteer, because noone – neither Poles, nor Lithuanians do not bear malice to one another”.

Source: http://pl.delfi.lt/aktualia/litwa/boleslaw-daszkiewicz-czeka-mnie-nastepny-sad-juz-za-inne-tabliczki.d?id=64375152

Tłumaczenie by Beata Kanadys w ramach praktyk w Europejskiej Fundacji Praw Człowieka, www.efhr.eu. Translated by Beata Kanadys within the framework of a traineeship programme of the European Foundation of Human Rights, www.efhr.eu.

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