Regulations Independence March 2022

All persons participating in the Independence March, held on November 11, 2019 in Warsaw, hereinafter referred to as the “March” or “Assembly”, are obliged to behave in a way that does not endanger the safety of other people and to comply with the provisions of the Act of July 24, 2015. Law on assemblies as well as the following provisions of the regulations.

I. General provisions

  1. The aim of the Independence March, taking place on the National Independence Day, is to commemorate the 101st anniversary of Poland regaining its independence, pay tribute to all those who contributed to the rebirth of Polish statehood after 123 years of captivity, manifest pride in belonging to the Polish nation, as well as promote modern patriotism .
  2. The Independence March is organized by the Independence March Association.
  3. The chairman of the Assembly is Robert Bąkiewicz.
  4. The march begins on November 11, 2019 at 2 p.m. at Rondo im. Roman Dmowski in Warsaw. Then the participants of the Assembly will follow the route: Aleje Jerozolimskie, Most Poniatowskiego, ul. Wał Miedzeszyński, Wybrzeże Szczecińskie, ul. Siwiec on the grounds of the National Stadium.

II. Orders and prohibitions related to participation in the March

  1. The participants are obliged to follow the instructions of the Chairman of the Meeting.
  2. It is forbidden to have your own sound equipment. Only the organizers of the March provide the sound system.
  3. It is forbidden to bring banners, signs, symbols to the March, as well as to erect slogans that violate the law in force in Poland, in particular those promoting any totalitarian regimes.
  4. Persons carrying weapons, explosives, pyrotechnic products or other dangerous materials or tools with them cannot participate in the Assembly.
  5. Persons under the influence of alcohol or intoxicants cannot attend the Assembly.
  6. The organizers of the March are entitled to record the course of the March, including the behavior of individual people using video and sound recording devices.
  7. The course of the March is supervised by the Independence March Guard, which operates under the powers of the Chairman of the Meeting specified in the Law on Assemblies. Persons belonging to the Independence March Guard are appropriately marked.
  8. Participants of the March are obliged to inform the representatives of the Guard or the organizer about violations of the Law on Assemblies, provisions of these regulations, noticed fire, threat to life, human health or property.
  9. Persons who disrupt the process of the March in any way, pose a threat to other participants of the March, violate the provisions of the Law on Assemblies or these Regulations, will be immediately removed from participation in the March. The order of order of persons serving as part of the Independence March Guard cannot be appealed against.
  10. The organizer of the March is not responsible in particular for private belongings of participants that are lost or stolen.
  11. The Organizer of the March is not responsible for damages caused by participants who do not comply with the law and the provisions of these Regulations.