UOP Instruction Number 0015/92
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UOP Instruction nr 0015/92 was an internal instruction of Urząd Ochrony Państwa issued on October 1992, which allowed illegal surveillance and the alleged fomenting of the dissolution of Polish political parties who were in opposition to cabinet of Hanna Suchocka and the then president Lech Wałęsa.
After the downfall of the Jan Olszewski cabinet on June 1992, and following the revelation of a list of secret collaborators of Communist Służba Bezpieczeństwa by the Minister of Internal Affairs Antoni Macierewicz, it was alleged that the body began the prosecution and dissolution of Polish conservative and independent rightist parties, who were demanding lustration in Poland.
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