Annulment of Anti-jewish Laws in Post-war Poland Demanded by Jewish Leaders

The question of declaring void many anti-Jewish laws in Poland, which were introduced by the pre-war anti-Semitic regime, will be raised by the Jewish members of the Polish National Council which opened its sessions here today to discuss, among other subjects, the draft of a constitution for post-war Poland.

The agenda of the session also includes a discussion of the draft of an electoral law under which the first elections would take place in a liberated Poland, until the new parliament assembled.

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