Ryszard Petru, leader of the fringe Nowoczesna party, has proposed a campaign to build a monument to Tadeusz Mazoweicki, billed as "Poland's first non-communist post-war prime minister." According to Petru, such a project should receive general support and help de-polarise Polish society.
Apparently, Petru doens't know his history, because Mazowiecki is also remembered as a communist collaborator, and in the Stalin era no less.
Mazowiecki offered his support to the Communist authorities, expressed in press articles and other publications. In 1952, he published a pamphlet titled The enemy remains the same (Wróg pozostał ten sam, co-authored with Zygmunt Przetakiewicz, then editor-in-chief of WTK*) imputing an alliance between Polish anti-communist resistance movement and Nazi war criminals. In a press article published in WTK in 1953, Mazowiecki fiercely condemned Czesław Kaczmarek, then Bishop of Kielce. Kaczmarek, groundlessly accused by the Communists of being an American and Vatican spy, was later sentenced to 12 years in prison.
during the Vatican II period he and another collaborator Wielowiejski were sent to Rome to snitch on Cardinal Wyszyński. Hardly someone that will bring Poles together!
*Wrocławski Tygodnik Katolików (Wrocław Catholic Weekly) - a collaborationist journal of "progressive" (ie pro-regime) Catholics.