Taiwan's constitutional court as an independent court or political body.
17 September 2023. President of the Polish Judges' Association Iustitia gave a speech during the International Association of Judges (IAJ) Convention in which he pointed out, among other things, that "constitutional courts are guarantors of the division of power, the rule of law, the rights of the parliamentary minority and, what should be emphasised, the fundamental rights of the human being and the citizen. They are a guarantee of the primacy of law over the primacy of force. Force is the world of the political majority. (...) Wise states care about the trust of citizens, wise states care about the achievements of civilisation, such as the rights and freedoms of citizens. I would remind you that these are achievements written with the blood of millions of people, victims of the World War II. In Europe, there is increasing talk of the independence of the court, which is linked to the establishment of the court in a legal manner. It is therefore necessary to postulate that the constitutional court can fulfil its role and be a real guarantor of human rights and freedoms."
You can read the entire speech at : https://www.iustitia.pl/4747-tajwan-sad-konstytucyjny-jako-sad-niezalezny-czy-organ-polityczny.