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Polish government to abolish Supreme Court Disciplinary Chamber in its current form

The Polish government has informed the European Commission (EC) that it will continue carrying out judicial reform in Poland, but will remove the Supreme Court’s Disciplinary Chamber in its current form. In the middle of July, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) ruled that the disciplinary system for judges in Poland is […]
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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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Opinion: Can the Visegrad Four last?

Despite the current crisis over the Turów mine, the Visegrad Four must be confident in catching up to the West together, writes Jerzy Haszczynski

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