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In 1978 I was granted political asylum. Before 1992 I lived outside the borders of the country. As a result of political changes, in October 1989 I was given a consular passport. My life was not always exemplary but that is not a reason to treat us in this way, breaking the majority of agreements, Treaties and Conventions signed by Poland. I trusted that, in signing the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms dated 4 November 1950, Poland would respect its obligations. I regret to inform you that, in spite of submitting a complaint to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, as well as cooperating with the European Commission and its Commissioners in the form of Mr Franco Frattini, Ms Marianne Fischer Boel, Mr Siim Kallas and OLAF (European Anti-Fraud Office), actions are still being carried out which consist of tormenting, persecution, discrimination, oppression and theft of valuable property, even though on a number of occasions I have requested that these actions be stopped with regard to us and our case on the basis of the law and within the boundaries of the law. These actions may be the result of my involvement in the creation of the Law on Horse Racing through which, together with members of parliament, I helped to prevent the sale of the Sluzewiec horseracing tracks for next to nothing and uncover and prevent the statutory attempt to introduce funds of unknown origin into the organisation of horse racing in Poland. This regulation effectively bypassed Directive 91/308/EEC regarding money laundering.

E-mail : gawronski.rafzen@gmail.com

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