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Numerus Clausus Abolished by Polish Government on Protest of Jews

September 26, 1926
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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

The protest of the Jewish population against the policy of the present Ministry of Education in continuing the practice of the Numerus Clausus against Jewish students in Polish universities and colleges, will be given expression to in a resolution expressing lack of confidence in the Education Minister Sojkowski.

The Club of Jewish Deputies, at its meeting yesterday, decided to introduce this resolution at the Thursday session of the Sejm. It is unlikely that the resolution of the Club will find support among the other parliamentary groups.

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