Demonstration in Warsaw called by Donald Tusk in defense of democracy and against the autocratic tendencies attributed by the opposition to the current government in Poland. At the beginning of the march, Nobel Peace Prize winner Lech Walesa, former leader of the Solidarity trade union, took the floor.
"The first thing to do to start the road to victory is to do the math to know how many we are," Walesa said in a T-shirt with the words 'Konstytucja' (constitution). The march brought together hundreds of Polish citizens from different parts of the country. "We are here because Poland must remain in Europe," says one of them.
The march is taking place without incident between Polish and European flags and banners. After passing through the center, the demonstration will end in the square of the Royal Castle with a speech by Tusk.