The bill would give the head of the proposed Family and Demographic Institute access to pregnancy data and have the power to not approve divorces.
An unborn Iraqi child was buried in Poland's largest cemetery Tuesday, the latest in the unknown death toll of the migrant crisis along the border.
"These signals do not prove a change or a backing away from the strategic plans of the Lukashenko regime," the spokesman for Poland's security services said.
Dr. Arsalan Azzaddin has treated migrants from the Belarus-Poland border suffering from hypothermia, pneumonia, broken bones and severe dehydration.
Poland's Border Guard spokeswoman Anna Michalska said there were over 300 attempts made by migrants to cross the border Sunday. All were stopped or sent back.
"As if the collective West had no role to play in this, and everything was done by other people who are not connected with 'their' countries," Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova said.
Last week, a blatant and distressing antisemitic event in the city of Kalisz marred Poland's Independence Day celebrations.
Belarusian authorities said that as many as 7,000 migrants remain in the country after more than a week of tensions between it, the migrants and Poland.
The migrants are caught between Belarus, an ally of neighboring Russia on its eastern border; and Poland to the west, a member of EU and NATO.
A day before being forced to leave the border camp, migrants were seen throwing rocks at Polish forces who used water cannons and tear gas on the migrants.
Poland recently introduced new legislation making it harder for owners or inheritors to reclaim property seized by Communists after World War II.
The campaign, known as Ghostwriter, attempts to instill conflict in the intergovernmental military group, obtain confidential information and spy on dissidents.
About 100 migrants attacked Polish soldiers at the border with weapons supplied by Belarusian soldiers. Polish forces retaliated with water cannons.
Poland has urged NATO to step up as a border wall with Belarus begins construction to prevent illegal migrant crossings. Follow Newsweek's liveblog for all the latest.
Migrants have been gathering along Belarus' shared borders with European Union countries, which some say is a retaliatory move against EU sanctions on Belarus.
The announcement came from European Council President Charles Michel during a visit to Warsaw, Poland.
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has encouraged migrants to illegally enter bordering European Union nations.
Officials said the Belarus government is "using them [migrants] to escalate the border crisis and provoke Poland."
Poland said its territory was recently intruded by "uniformed individuals armed with long guns" from neighboring Belarus.
A new restriction in Poland's abortion law prohibits abortions even in cases of congenital defects in the fetus.
"If we want to avoid the worst, that is war, we have to act according to the old rule: 'If you want peace, prepare for war,'" Jaroslaw Kaczynski said.
So far this month, there have been 6,700 hindered attempts to cross the border into Poland, and 18,300 so far this year, Poland's Border Guards Agency said.
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Demonstrations began after a top court ruled that the Polish Constitution held authority over EU law, which some say could lead to Poland exiting the bloc.
As migrants are reportedly forced to camp on the border for weeks and five migrant deaths were confirmed, human rights activists call Polish response inhumane.
"The pandemic showed us how bad the health care system is," said Gilbert Kolbe, a nurse and spokesman for the protest movement.
European Union officials have urged Poland to offer more aid and assistance to migrants attempting to cross the border from Belarus.
The resolution was framed as "opposition to the attempts to introduce LGBT ideology to local government communities and the promotion of this ideology in public life."
"Groups of people have become stranded for weeks, unable to access any form of assistance, asylum or basic services," a joint statement from two U.N. agencies said.