Berlusconi’s acquittal in ‘bunga-bunga’ case reveals how Italy’s judicial system was weaponized to keep conservatives out of power
Western interests used Italy’s judicial system to oust Berlusconi, which helped pave the way to assassinate Libya’s Gaddafi, open the floodgates to migrants and keep Italian conservatives out of power for over a decade
Serbia approves changes to judicial system in referendum marred by low turnout
Almost two-thirds voted in favor of constitutional amendments to its judiciary appointments in what some regarded as an endorsement of the country’s desire to join the European Union
Croatians and Slovaks complain most about the functioning of justice in the EU
The Czech Republic dominated some digitization charts
10 Slovak judges arrested in unprecendent raid
This has never happened in Slovakia before
EU wants to block the Disciplinary Chamber of the Polish Supreme Court
PiS MEPs strongly oppose the EU authorities’ actions
Victory for families: Polish court decide against splitting children from Chechen mother
Polish deputy PM: ECJ verdict may be ignored
Poland may ignore the decree of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) concerning its judiciary reforms, says deputy PM Jarosław Gowin. The assessment of the proposal of the Polish Supreme Court (SN) in the ECJ started today in Luxembourg.
Scandalous verdict of German federal court
The German Federal Court of Justice in Karlsruhe defends the usage of the term “Polish Death Camps” as freedom of speech. It also determined that German tv station ZDF does not need to acknowledge the verdicts of Polish courts. Tomasz Pietryga explains how this verdict is against EU laws and is an odd extension of freedom of speech.
Most Wanted! Hammer and sickle
The sale of items propagating totalitarian regimes will finally face sanctions in Poland. Previously, communist symbols had not been as rigorously persecuted as fascist ones.
Socialism and liberalism has left many areas in crisis, but the judiciary system slaps us in the face every single day