“There can be no talk of a just Poland without a properly functioning judiciary,” Law and Justice (PiS) party leader Jarosław Kaczyński wrote in a letter addressed to the convention of the United Poland party, one of the PiS’s coalition government allies.
He stressed that “mainstream forces” who first established the post-communist system and later maintained it were always opposed to any changes in the judiciary.
He added that their resistance led to the situation in which the judiciary was the only public sphere of life which had not been transitioned to suit a democratic state.
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