Polls shows that most Polish citizens support demanding reparations from Germany

Most Poles believe that Germany must pay compensation for the damage caused to Poland during World War II, as indicated by the results of a recent Ipsos poll, Polskie Radio reports.

According to the poll, 31% of respondents expressed the opposite opinion, and 6% were undecided.

Sixty-eight percent of respondents answered positively when asked: "Do you think the Germans should pay Poland compensation for the crimes of genocide committed by them against the Polish nation during the Second World War?"
It is reported that the sociological research company, Ipsos, conducted its survey on August 8th-9th.

Polish authorities are discussing the possibility of requesting that Germany pay reparations in connection with Polish losses during the Second World War.

According to the deputy of the ruling party, Law and Justice, Arkadiusz Mularczyk, the decision may be made before August 11th.

  Poland, Germany, reparations, World War II