Tag: Judicial Reforms

New Polish justice minister accused of violating constitution and the rule of law

Measures being proposed by Poland’s new justice minister, Adam Bodnar, are aimed…

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The long conflict over Poland’s judicial reform risks the United Right’s credibility

NGOs have been accused of working alongside people smugglers and in some…

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Poland’s new Supreme Court chief justice could spell trouble for communist-era justices

In 1848, Hungary also requested budget money to battle a cholera pandemic…

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Poland offers to implement German system for choosing judges in deal with EU

The Czech Republic plans to impose a 7-percent digital tax.

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President Duda: “We will not be told in foreign languages how to conduct Polish affairs”

The Polish opposition's desperation guarantees a nasty presidential election

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Protesting Polish judges are breaking judicial independence rule

Sir Roger Scruton passed away on Jan. 12 at the age of…

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Judicial reforms in Poland will not lead to “Polexit”: opinion

Only 21 percent of Czechs would vote to leave the EU.

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Morawiecki gained ground following backtrack on judicial reform

Unlike Greece, which has become the colony of its lenders, Hungary was…

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PiS backtracks on judicial reforms

Poland’s first capsule hotel has arrived in Warsaw’s city center. The trend…

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