According to the amendments, the title of the regulation will read as follows: “On the limits of freedom and rights in the application of the state of emergency”.
The changes are also of concern to the first paragraph, where the following was written: “In connection with the introduction, part of the Podlaskie Voivodeship and the Lubelskie Voivodeship (Journal) on the introduction of the state of emergency, based on the regulations of the President of the Republic of Poland dated 2 September 2021. Emergency and its ratification of part of the Laws, item 1612) Introduced on October 1, 2021, part of the Podlaski Viewshad and part of the Lublin Viewshed (Journal of Laws item 1788) on the expansion of the state in accordance with the regulations of the President of the Republic of Poland. The following scope of emergency, introduction and application defines the limits of freedoms and rights established by the President of the Republic of Poland. “
These are: suspension of the right to hold and hold assemblies, large-scale celebrations and suspension of the right to hold and hold artistic and entertainment events that are not large-scale events held as part of a cultural activity.
In addition, people over the age of 18 must have an ID card or other document that confirms their identity with them, and in the case of learners under the age of 18 – a school ID Prohibition on 24-hour stay in an emergency area Technical prohibition on recording the appearance or other features of places, objects or areas, including border infrastructure, even if these places, objects or areas are border guards or Create a background for a police officer’s picture. Armed Forces of the Republic of Poland
It is a restriction on access to public information by refusing to disclose public information about activities carried out in an emergency area in connection with the protection of the state border and the prevention and control of illegal migration.
The sanctions under discussion will “apply in the area of emergency.”
Restrictions do not apply to individuals who may indicate that: At the time of the introduction of the state of emergency, they were permanently residing in the area where the state of emergency was imposed. Public Administration Office or Organizational Unit, provide services to people performing public work in the area. Living in an area where there is a state of emergency, dealing with it, office matters
They also do not apply to people who work permanently in an emergency area, to organizations that operate in the area on a regular basis, including business, post, courier, delivery and delivery services. Performers Who own real estate in the area. This does not apply to farmers working on farms. Pupils, students and their guardians of children up to 3 years of age who participate in religious worship, baptism, marriages, weddings and funeral ceremonies
The ban does not apply to people seeking access to rescue, medical and other intervention services and health facilities, as well as to people crossing the border directly or beyond to the center of the country. Officers and employees of the state service, as well as soldiers and employees of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Poland who are performing official duties, can patrol the area in case of emergency.
The amended regulation takes effect on October 2 of this year, with the exception of paragraph 2, which has been in force since the day of its announcement, and there is a risk of “prompt disclosure” by qualified viewers of information about its maintenance. ۔ Emergency extension restrictions
The Council of Ministers on Tuesday decided to ask President Andrzej Doda to extend the state of emergency in the border zone with Belarus for 60 days. That evening, the President met with the heads of the Interior and Administration, the Ministry of National Defense and the Border Guard at the BBN. After deliberation, the president confirmed that he was concerned about Tuesday’s government decision to extend the state of emergency. As he added, the problem still exists on the Polish-Belarusian border. “It looks like it will be possible to introduce this state of emergency for 60 consecutive days at this time,” the president estimated.
On Wednesday, Andrej Doda signed and sent a motion to agree to a 60-day state of emergency. On Thursday evening, Sam agreed to extend the state of emergency. 237 MPs voted in favor of extending the emergency period, 179 opposed and 31 abstained.
The president signed the ordinance on Friday and the presidential decree was published in the Journal of Law on Friday.
The state of emergency was declared by the President on September 2 at the request of the Council of Ministers in the border zone with Belarus for a period of 30 days, in the provinces of Podlaski and Lublin. The belt covers 183 towns (115 in the Podlaski Viewship and 68 in the Lublin Viewship) directly adjacent to the border.