The draft document was tabled on September 2, Polish state news agency PAP reported on Tuesday.
It has been sent to the Sejm (lower house of parliament) foreign-affairs committee for consideration.
The draft resolution reads: “The Sejm of the Republic of Poland states that the appropriately represented Polish State has never renounced its claims directed at the German State.”
“The assertion that these claims have been lawfully withdrawn or have become invalid through lapse of time is without any foundation whatsoever, either moral or legal,” the Law and Justice lawmakers added.
"The harm done to millions of Polish people will scream until it has been remedied in a just manner,” the draft resolution states.
Poland to demand WWII reparations from Germany
The Polish government has said it will send a formal diplomatic note to Germany, demanding reparations for the damage inflicted on Poland during World War II.
Last Thursday, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki told the niezalezna.pl website that the submission of the diplomatic note to Berlin “will happen soon.”
The PM also said: “I am convinced that we will receive reparations from Germany, although it won’t happen quickly. Even the most difficult journey begins with the first step.”
Poland estimates its WWII losses caused by Germany at EUR 1.3 trillion
On September 1, Poland published a report estimating the country’s World War II losses caused by German aggression at EUR 1.3 trillion.
The leader of Poland's ruling conservatives Law and Justice, Jarosław Kaczyński, said that a decision had been made to raise the issue of World War II reparations with Berlin.
Kaczyński added: “It’s about securing compensation, maybe through a long and arduous process, for everything that Germany, the German state, the German nation, did to Poland between 1939 and 1945.”
Source: PAP, rmf24.pl