Poland, Committee In Support Of Solidarity, 1982, January 8, Solidarity Information Bulletin 6

Press Advisory
Special Edition
January 8, 1982

Committee In Support Of Solidarity

"SOLIDARITY'S" INFORMATION BULLETIN, No. 6

THE DECREES OF THE STATE OF WAR IMPOSE THE DEATH PENALTY FOR STRIKING, AND HARSH PENALTIES FOR DISSEMINATING INFORMATION AND "INCITING" RESISTANCE. NEVERTHELESS, "WARSAW SOLIDARITY" HAS PUBLISHED UNDERGROUND BULLETINS CALLING FOR CONTINUED RESISTANCE AND REPORTING STRIKE ACTIONS AND OTHER FORMS OF RESISTANCE.

FOLLOWING IS A TRANSCRIPT OF "SOLIDARITY'S" INFORMATION BULLETIN, No. 6, WHICH WAS RECEIVED FROM WARSAW. THE BULLETIN WAS DATED DECEMBER 28, 1981. THE TEXT WAS TRANSLATED BY THE NEW YORK OFFICE.

COPY AND PASS ON! [THIS HAS OPENED EVERY "SOLIDARITY" INFORMATION BULLETIN.]

NEWS FROM THE COUNTRY

The [BALTIC] Coast--All the shipyards are deserted. Production is halted until January 2, 1982. In some of the shipyards (the Lenin Shipyard and the "paris Comune" Shipyard [IN GDYNIA], there are a few detachments of the ZOMO [MOTORIZED RIOT POLICE]. The workers have decided that they will sign the oaths of loyalty because a coerced signature is not binding. On January 2, 1982, there will be a strike that will last until the state of war is lifted and all Solidarity activists are freed.

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(Note: this is the final page of the paper copy from which this electronic version was scanned.)

COMMITTEE IN SUPPORT OF SOLIDARITY
275 SEVENTH AVENUE, TWENTY-FIFTH FLOOR / NEW YORK, NEW YORK 10001
(212) 989-0909 / Press: Contact (212) 929-6966
PRESS ADVISORY: SPECIAL EDITION January 8, 1982
CONTACT: Chris Wilcock, Agnieszka Kolakowska, 929-6966

The New York information center of the Committee in Support of Solidarity is in regular contact with Solidarity sources in Europe, including those in Stockholm, London, and Paris. Reports from those sources come to the New York office by telephone, and are translated immediately.

Solidarity sources in Europe gather information by monitoring communications in Poland; by interviewing Polish emigres and foreign travelers allowed to leave; and from other sources. The following items are the most recent reported through the date above. For past reports, contact the New York office.

To reach Solidarity representatives and advisers now in the United States, contact the New York office.

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