Censure Poland over restitution


To the Editor:

After pondering the very informative article "Holocaust restitution making little headway in E. Europe, Poland seen as worst offender," I am not immediately aware of any charter elements or codicils that would preclude administrative action by NATO and the European Union against Poland — to include possible member suspension or suspension of member rights and  privileges. Statutory and regulatory provisions of both bodies contain a wide range of sanctioning and censuring authority that would seem to be relevant and applicable to this matter.

Francis Joseph Stavish
Villanova, Pa.

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