Majority of Poles want Smolensk memorial in Warsaw
PR dla Zagranicy
As many as 61 percent of Poles wants a memorial to the victims of the Smolensk crash to be unveiled in the Polish capital.
Third anniversary of Smolensk commemorations in front of presidential palace. Photo: PAP/EPA/Rafał Guz
According to a recent survey conducted by pollster CBOS, around 60 percent of Poles are in favour of erecting a memorial commemorating the 96 victims of the 2010 Tupolev airplane crash, which included then President Lech Kaczyński.
Just 30 percent were against the idea of the memorial in the Polish capital, Warsaw.
Nine percent had no opinion.
The results of the survey were revealed after new evidence was uncovered on Tuesday pertaining to the last few moment inside the cockpit of the doomed flight. (rg)