Tomasz Lis made a statement. The case is related to his work as the editor-in-chief of “Newsweek Polska”

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 Tomasz Lis issued a statement. The case is related to his work as editor-in-chief at & quot; Newsweek Polska & quot;

As the “Super Express” portal reminds us, in May this year Tomasz Lis ceased to be the editor-in-chief of “Newsweek”. Accusations of mobbing and inappropriate behavior towards subordinates appeared in the public space. Lisa was replaced by Tomasz Sekielski. Tomasz Lis issued another statement in the case.

Tomasz Lis issued a statement on

Tomasz Lis has been the editor-in-chief of “Newsweek” since 2012. In May of that year, he was released from this function. Although the first statement by Lisa's former employer did not reveal the reason for such a decision, accusations of mobbing and inappropriate behavior by Lisa towards his subordinates quickly began to appear in the public space.

It would seem that the issue of working at “Newsweek” “is a closed chapter for Tomasz Lis. Unfortunately, there are many indications that this will not be the case for a long time. The journalist still has to deal with the consequences of decisions made long ago. It's about the cover with Bogdan Rymonawski, signed “sower of stupidity”.

This cover was made available by Tomasz Lis on his social media on 5 and 6 December 2021. Newsweek criticized people who denied the coronavirus epidemic and spread conspiracy theories about Covid-19, as well as vaccines against the disease. In the magazine's crosshairs were during such time as Edyta G & oacute; rniak, Jan Pospieszalski and Bogdan Rymanowski.

 Tomasz Lis issued a statement. The case is related to his work as editor-in-chief at & quot; Newsweek Polska & quot;

Bogdan Rymanowski and “Newsweek”

In June last year Bogdan Rymanowski invited Dr. Katarzyna Ratkowska to his program. expressed views that are contrary to the state of the art on vaccines against Covid-19. The cover of “Newsweek” greatly angered the Polsat journalist, who now Tomasz Lis officially asked.

“My goal was never to undermine his professional integrity and reputation as a journalist. If editor Rymanowski felt offended by these words, I am sorry for that, “wrote Tomasz Lis in his statement.

Bogdan Rymanowski considered this statement sufficient and finally closing the case. He made it known via his Facebook profile.

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