Tarnów county’s anti-LGBT resolution was invalidated earlier this year by a court, which found it to be discriminatory.
Four out of five provinces have now withdrawn their declarations.
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The province replaced it with a declaration pledging to “oppose all forms of discrimination”.
“All people, regardless of sexual orientation, enjoy legal protection in Poland,” government tells EU
Poland’s government has responded to the European Commission “putting on hold” funds for regions that adopted anti-LGBT resolutions.
The move could help “overcome our image crisis”, said Kraśnik’s mayor.
He also revealed that further judicial reforms are being prepared.
The head of the council expressed concern that the resolution was being “exploited” to “tarnish our image”.
Kraśnik could potentially lose millions of euros of European grants.
Słubice and Frankfurt (Oder) hosted the event.
The government is opposed to “the propagation of an aggressive ideology” in schools.
The legal organisation Ordo Iuris says the map is based on “lies, untruths and manipulations”.
LGBT is “dangerous”, “like Bolshevik or Hitlerite ideologies”, says the Arcbishop of Kraków, who also warns that paedophilia in the church should not be exaggerated.