CJEU ruling Poland judiciary reforms CJEU Mateusz Morawiecki Polish judiciary reforms News Poland

Polish PM: EU court’s ruling undermines Polish legal system

In response to a preliminary inquiry by the Polish Supreme Court, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled that the transfer of a judge in Poland without their permission to another court or between two divisions of a same court may violate the rules of judicial independence and the rule that a judge cannot be […]
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CJEU European Commission Genowefa Grabowska Polish judiciary reforms News Poland

Poland has a right and responsibility to care for its own interests – commentary

The conflict between the European Commission and Poland over the judiciary has stopped being a legal conflict and became a political one instead, argues former MEP and professor of international law Genowefa Grabowska

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CJEU Court of Justice of the European Union LGBT free zones Rule-of-law Commentary Poland

The European Commission’s actions are a clear attack against Poland’s sovereignty, says influential Polish journalist

LGBT rights will be the main tool through which the European Commission will try to interfere with Polish legislation, warns Paweł Lisicki, editor in chief of Polish conservative weekly Do Reczy

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CJEU Mateusz Morawiecki Polish judiciary reforms Ursula von der Leyen Commentary Poland

Opinion: Attacks against Poland are profitable for some influential groups and states

The Polish state, its system, elites and society are undergoing a fundamental test on whether they can and want to defend their independence, writes columnist Michał Karnowski

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