Poland’s new Supreme Court chief justice could spell trouble for communist-era justices
There is hope that post-communism in the Polish judiciary is coming to an end, argues Tomasz Sakiewicz, the editor of Gazeta Polska
Poland offers to implement German system for choosing judges in deal with EU
President Duda: “We will not be told in foreign languages how to conduct Polish affairs”
Judges in Poland are defending their privileges, some of which came from the communist era
Protesting Polish judges are breaking judicial independence rule
Polish judges fight for their benefits and position, not for the rule of law
Judicial reforms in Poland will not lead to “Polexit”: opinion
Opposition should stop scaring Poles over “Polexit”
Morawiecki gained ground following backtrack on judicial reform
Law and Justice’s (PiS) decision to backtrack on its judicial reform is a sign of them learning their lesson during the municipal elections. Michał Szułdrzyński evaluates how this change of direction is a big win for PM Mateusz Morawiecki.
PiS backtracks on judicial reforms
The lower house of the Polish parliament has voted in favor of an amendment which backtracks several points of Law and Justice’s (PiS) judiciary reforms. Polish conservative publicists are not shy in voicing their disappointment.