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‘We disagree’ – a message from Polish lawyers (video)

Declaration of the First President of the Supreme Court in connection with the statement of the Head of the Cabinet of the President of the Republic of Poland, Krzysztof Szczerski of 10 June 2018

SUPREME COURT of the Republic of Poland Warsaw, 19 June 2018 First President of the Supreme Court  Prof. Małgorzata Gersdorf Declaration of the First President of the Supreme Court in connection with the statement of the Head of the Cabinet of the President of the Republic of Poland, Krzysztof Szczerski of 10 June 2018. The question about the truth and its essence is a fundamental issue that has always been considered in various contexts and meanings...

Supreme Court judges express willingness to remain in service after July 3rd

Supreme Court judges express willingness to remain in service after July 3rd 13 June 2018  On 12th June another two Supreme Court judges who reached the age of 65 have made statements to the First President of the Supreme Court that they are willing to remain in service after July 3rd. Judges of the Criminal Department, Przemysław Kalinowski and Józef Szewczyk – have based their statements on Article 180 of the Polish Constitution, that guarantees that judges ca...

The arguments of Polish Judges Association Iustitia related to the PM Mateusz Morawiecki statements at the meeting with foreign journalists on January 10th, 2018.

Polish Prime Minister Morawiecki: There was no revolution after 1989 (the fall of communism in Poland). There was a transformation … On the one hand, the post-communists maintained real power in the country. I was myself often facing the real brutality of the communist regime in the 1980s and saw the same judges, the same faces, in the 90s and 2000., actually at the top of the structure of the judiciary. In judiciary, politics, executive power, business … even today if one looks at the r...