Communist Crimes (legal Concept)

Communist Crimes (legal Concept)

Communist crimes (Polish: zbrodnie komunistyczne), is a legal definition used notably in Polish criminal law. The concept is also used more broadly internationally, and is employed by human rights NGOs as well as government agencies such as the Unitas Foundation, the Institute for Information on the Crimes of Communism, the Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes, the Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes in Romania and the Office for the Documentation and the Investigation of the Crimes of Communism.

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... A functionary of a communiststate is defined as a public official including those who received legal protection similar to public officials,particularly government ... would most likely work for Polish intelligence,security service and other internal affairs particularly censorship and religious affairs)departments ... as examples include Ministry of Public Security of Poland,S┼u┼ba Bezpiecze┼stwa and G┼wny Zarz─d Informacji Wojska Polskiego ...

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