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Our main mission is to defend freedom and civil rights, which are the democratic foundations of Poland - a member of the the European Union.
We have been operating for more than 25 years, also as part of different international organisations of judges. We associate over 3,500 judges, most of them in Poland.

Commissioner for Human Rights Concerned by 55 disciplinary actions against judge K. Markiewicz & suspension of district judge Juszczyszyn.

https://twitter.com/CommissionerHR/status/1202277638359920640 https://rm.coe.int/report-on-the-visit-to-poland-from-11-to-15-march-2019-by-dunja-mijato/168094d848 48. The Commissioner was alsoconcerned by the numerous reports she received of disciplinary proceedings being instituted against judges and prosecutors formatters such as: speaking out in public on the topic of the government’s reform of the justice system; requesting preliminary rulings by the Court of Justice of the European Unio...

P. Radzik Deputy Disciplinary Comissioner pursues the President of Iustitia for public statements and makes 55 charges

December 4, 2019 Disciplinary Commissioner of the Judges of Common Courts Piotr Schab issued a communiqué in which he announced the initiation of disciplinary proceedings and the submission of 55 disciplinary charges by his deputy Przemysław Radzik. Below the link to the message.http://rzecznik.gov.pl/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Komunikat-Krystian-M.pdfANNOUNCEMENT OF The Disciplinary Commissioner of the Judges of Common Courts regarding the initiation of disciplinary proceedings against Kryst...

The Polish Cabinet's statement on the situation in the judiciary, submitted by the Minister of Justice.

The rule of law means independent courts. It also means the independence of the judges that are subjected only to the Polish Constitution and the law. To undermine the status of the judges and the validity of the judgements questions the constitutional foundations of the State. It leads to legal chaos in Poland. It evokes anxiety in Polish citizens as to the validity of Polish courts’ judgements. Therefore, the Polish Cabinet expresses its concern regarding the actions of judges who -- throu...

The Polish Judges Association IUSTITIA National Board`s position over the recent events (behaviour of the Polish authorities) after the CJEU judgment

The Court of Justice of the European Union in it`s judgment of November 19, 2019, decided that the organization and the structure of the judiciary is not an internal matter of the member states and must comply with European Union law. The Court also shared the doubts of the Polish Supreme Court that the National Council of the Judiciary (NCJ) in Poland and the Disciplinary Chamber of the Supreme Court may not meet the requirements of independence under EU law. At the same time, the CJEU has pre...