Statement of the Deputy of the Disciplinary Commissioner of Judges of Common Courts

Warsaw; August 4, 2020

Statement

Of the Deputy of the Disciplinary Commissioner of Judges of Common Courts

I would like hereby to inform you that on August 4, 2020, I undertook explanatory activities regarding the justified suspicion of committing disciplinary offenses under Art. 107 § 1 point 3 and 4 of the Act of July 27, 2001 - Law on the system of common courts (Journal of Laws of 2020, item 365), consisting in violation of Art. 178 sec. 3 of the Constitution by judges who are members of the organization's board named the Association of Polish Judges Iustitia by taking up public activity contrary to  the principles of independence of the judiciary and the independence of judges in the form of questioning in the document named the Position of the National Board of the Polish Judges Association “Iustitia” on August 3, 2020. The document concerned a resolution on the validity of the election of the President of the Republic of Poland as legality and effectiveness appointment of adjudicating judges in the Extraordinary Control and Public Affairs Chamber of the Supreme Court, and then to challenge the legality of the Supreme Court decision of August 3, 2020 on the validity of the election of Andrzej Sebastian Duda as President of the Republic of Poland mde on July 12, 2020, as a consequence of questioning the legality empowering a constitutional body of the Republic of Poland by negating the validity of the election of the President by the Supreme Court.

Deputy

Disciplinary Commissioner of the Judges of the common courts

judge

(-) Przemysław W. Radzik