Q&A :: Repatriation Act revisited
PR dla Zagranicy
Q & A with Anna Maria Anders
The Polish government plans to make it easier for Poles from eastern countries such as Kazakhstan or other Central Asian states to return to Poland.
Anna Maria Anders on Thursday. Photo: PAP/Artur Reszko
One of the driving forces behind the new repatriation bill is Anna Maria Anders of the ruling Law and Justice party (PiS), the daughter of WWII figurehead General Władyslaw Anders, who won a seat in the Polish Senate in March. "It's about time. Poland has been free for twenty six years and nobody has been able to do it. The bill as such is ready and we reckon there are about ten thousand people who would be involved in this" Anna Maria Anders told Radio Poland in a candid interview during which she also discussed her interest in politics and priorities as a senator.
Q & A is presented by Danuta Isler