Los activistas polacos piden que la gente piense antes de marcar la casilla del catolicismo en el censo

Campaigners hope more accurate picture of country’s makeup will challenge government narrative of near-universal Catholicism

Activists in Poland are asking people to consider if they are truly Roman Catholic when filling out a national census, hoping a more accurate picture of the country’s makeup will challenge a government narrative of near-universal Catholicism.

In the previous census, completed a decade ago, 96% of respondents claimed they were Roman Catholic. This has been used by the rightwing Law and Justice (PiS) party to justify a series of controversial hardline changes it supports, including stopping public funding of IVF treatments and a near-total ban on abortion.

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