Denmark is closing the door on immigration
Denmark, traditionally hailed as one of the most liberal and tolerant countries in the world, recently passed a strict immigration law
Spain approves law allowing for gender status change for people as young as 14
Transgender people will no longer need medical assessment
GAB head Andrew Torba supports Polish freedom of speech proposals for social media
In a touching entry highlighting his family’s Polish roots, Andrew Torba, the founder of independent social media platform GAB, supported the Polish government’s proposals for freedom of speech online
Outrage grows after Polish judge reduces sentence of child rapist
Backlash in Poland as judge reduces the sentence of a man convicted of raping and murdering a 3 year old
Fallacies of PiS’s judiciary reforms
The fallacies of Law and Justice’s (PiS) judiciary reforms. Grzegorz Wszołek explains why he believes that PiS’s reforms will not succeed.
Civic Platform’s u-turn on ACTA2
The Civic Platform (PO) has diverted from a strong “no” against ACTA2 to voting for it in the European Parliament. The head of the TVP Info web portal, Samuel Pereira explains this change of views.
A dangerous precedent
The recent decision of the Polish Supreme Court (SC) to freeze the new judiciary reforms sets a dangerous precedent. If the judges of the SC can block a law effective in the whole country, then so could judges in any other court.
Poland’s Supreme Court strikes back
A new stage in the struggle for judiciary reforms in Poland. The Supreme Court suspends government regulations forcing its judges into early retirement. The President and Chairman of Constitutional Tribunal declares that these actions have no legal basis