Former President of Poland was suspected in the publication of secret documents

Lech Walesa

Former Polish President Lech Walesa is suspected in the publication of secret files. On it informs TV channel TVN24.

According to the Prosecutor, Andrzej Stefan, the investigation began on may 15. We are talking about publishing Walesa document of the Directorate of state security from 1990, marked “secret”.

It was correspondence of the heads of Department, which reported that the interior Ministry bought land near the country Walesa (he at that time led the trade Union “Solidarity”) in order to follow him.

The former Polish leader of all charges in his address denies. Under Polish law, the disclosure of secret documents could face three to five years of imprisonment.

At the end of January this year, the head of the Commission for the investigation of crimes against the Polish nation Andrzej Pozerski confirmed that former President Lech Walesa for many years he was a secret informer of the security organs.

Walesa was head of state from 1990 to 1995. The former electrician became the first President of Poland elected in General democratic elections. In 1983, Walesa fought for the rights of workers and founded the Solidarity trade Union, received the Nobel peace prize.