During the 36th anniversary of Gdańsk Agreement, former president of Poland Lech Wałęsa criticized current situation in the country.
"Polish political scene is in chaos. It is crucial to hear what Poles want to say and then make a right decisions" - said Wałęsa, who presently is travelling around the state.
"I cannot agree with what is happening in Poland. It is not what I, what we, fought for. We need to cure Polish democracy" - added former president.
While Wałęsa was laying flowers at the Monument of Fallen Shipyard Workers in Gdańsk, the representatives of Committee for the Defence of Democracy (KOD) were chanting his name. "Thank you. I won't let you down!" - replied Wałęsa.
Source: Polska Agencja Informacyjna