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The Polish government "responds" to the European Commission - The position of the National Board of the Polish Judges Association (IUSTITIA) in connection with the Disciplinary Chamber of the Supreme Court’s recent activities contrary to the ruling of the

Today, June 24, 2020, is the deadline scheduled by the European Commission for the Polish government (namely, the Minister of Justice) to explain how the government has complied with the Grand Chamber of the CJEU’s ruling of April 8, 2020 in case C-791/19 Commission v Poland. In this decision, the Grand Chamber suspended the application of national provisions regarding the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court Disciplinary Chamber in disciplinary matters of judges. This results from the a...

Poles march in support of judge critical of government reforms (Deutsche Welle)

Judge Igor Tuleya could be stripped of his immunity and face prosecution after allowing media into one of his courtrooms. Protesters say he is being targeted for questioning the government's controversial court reforms.


Les magistrats belges protestent contre une affaire judiciaire polonaise (Le Vif)

Deux associations de magistrats belges, Magistratuur en Maatschappij (M&M) et Association Syndicale des Magistrats (ASM), ont publié une lettre de protestation à l'ambassade de Pologne à Bruxelles lundi après-midi. Dans leur lettre, ils expriment leur mécontentement quant au procès contre le juge polonais Igor Tuleya. https://www.levif.be/actualite/belgique/les-magistrats-belges-protestent-contre-une-affaire-judiciaire-polonaise/article-news-1297535.html?cookie_check=1591817625 ...

Poland 'crossed rubicon' against EU court injunction (euobserver.com)

Poland has "crossed the rubicon" with its first political trial of a judge, in violation of an EU court injunction, Polish judges said.

The EU Court of Justice, on 8 April, ordered Poland to suspend the work of a new disciplinary tribunal on grounds it lacked political independence and that its activities would cause "serious and irreparable harm to the interests of the EU".

more: https://euobserver.com/justice/148609