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General Assembly of the Judges of the Supreme Court recognizes Professor Małgorzatę Gersdorf as the President of the Supreme Court to the end of her constitutional terms in 2020

Resolution 
of the General Assembly of the Justices of the Supreme Court
of 28 June 2018

We, the justices of the Supreme Court, attending the General Assembly of the Justices of the Supreme Court held on 28 June 2018, mindful of the oaths of office we made and allegiant to the Constitution of Republic of Poland, which is the supreme law of the Republic of Poland, state that Justice of the Supreme Court, Professor Małgorzata Gersdorf, PhD, D.Sc., shall remain – according to Article 183 section 3 of the Constitution of the Republic of Poland directly applied under Article 8 section 2 of the Constitution of the Republic of Poland – the First President of the Supreme Court, heading of the institution in which we perform our service to the public, by 30 April 2020.

Resolution (pdf)

Resolution
of the General Assembly of the Justices of the Supreme Court
of 28 June 2018

Being inconsistent with Article 180 of the Constitution of the Republic of Poland, regulation provided in Article 111 paragraph 1 of the Act on the Supreme Court, removes, on 4 July 2018, a large number of justices from the Supreme Court. It constitutes obvious violation by the legislature of one of the fundamental guarantees of independence of the judiciary and will soon significantly disrupt normal functioning of the Supreme Court. Justices who had begun their service on the Supreme Court before the Act of 8 December 2017 on the Supreme Court came into force, should continue such service until the age of 70 without any additional conditions.

Resolution (pdf)