The Polish government filed a response to the European Court of Justice strongly pressing the court to reject the European Commission’s efforts to put an interim halt to the Disciplinary Chamber of the Polish Supreme Court
The government’s spokesman, Piotr Muller, referred to the issue through his official Twitter account:
“The government, in the response sent to the ECJ, pointed out that the European Commission’s motion for interim measures in unacceptable. The measures would lead to the suspension of one of the chambers of Poland’s constitutional institution, the Supreme Court. They are also contrary to the rule of irrevocability of judges,” he wrote.
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