Six bold resolutions of the Assembly of Representatives of the Judges of the Region of the Regional Court in Warsaw of 20 September 2018
The Assembly of Representatives of the Judges of the Region of the Regional Court in Warsaw points out that the method of forming a part of the membership of the National Council of the Judiciary through the appointment by the Sejm of 15 judges gives rise to serious reservations as to its compliance with the Constitution of the Republic of Poland and EU standards
Poles agree: EU Court of Justice has the right to stop illegal judiciary reform [POLL]
According to the latest poll, majority of Poles believe that the Court of Justice of the EU is entitled to stop Law and Justice’s judiciary reform if it concludes that the EU rules have been violated. The Polish people widely support firm actions by the Court against the right-wing government
Polish NGOs call on the President of Poland not to swear in new Supreme Court judges
There are times when history goves us a choice, write Polish NGOs to President Andrzej Duda
An open letter in defense of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Poland Professor Małgorzata Gersdorf
We firmly hold the view that Professor Małgorzata Gersdorf is the only lawful and legitimate incumbent of the office of Chief Justice until 30 April 2020, i.e. until the end of her constitutionally designated term of office
Letter from the International Commission of Jurists to President Andrzej Duda regarding the restoration of the independence of the judiciary in Poland
The International Commission of Jurists condemn the recent forced retirement of 27 out of 72 Polish Supreme Court justices, including its President Małgorzata Gersdorf,and urge you to act immediately to restore the independence of the judiciary by reinstating them in office.
Statement from the President of the CCBE regarding the situation in Poland 10/07/2018
The Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe represents, through its National Bar members, more than 1 million European Union, the European Economic Area, and wider Europe. On 10 July 2018 CCBE published a press release on the situation the Supreme Court of Poland
Former Human Rights Commissioners condemn personal attacks on acting Human Rights Commissioner Adam Bodnar
Joint statement by prof. Ewa Łętowska, prof. Adam Zieliński and prof. Andrzej Zoll
Alarming revolution within the Polish Supreme Court
Article of Association of Judges “Themis”
Taking control over the Supreme Court will allow PiS to control all the courts, the media and the elections results
Tonight at midnight the justices the Supreme Court over 65 years old will be forced to retire – including the Chief Justice. Those who will replace them, will not be independent. Political control over Supreme Court will allow rulling party, PiS, to face no resistance when it decides to arrest opponents, challenge election results and silence the media.
Resolution of 11 June 2018 Assembly of Representatives of Judges of the Regional Court in Łódź
Assembly of Representatives of Judges of the Regional Court in Łódź it adopted a resolution due to the current situation in the court system. 61 judges voted in favor of the resolution, 4 against, abstentions – 10.
Response to the White Paper Compendium on the reforms of the Polish justice system, presented by the government of the Republic of Poland to the European Commission
This response to the White Paper compendium presented by the Government of the Republic of Poland to the European Commission was prepared by the Polish Judges Association “Iustitia”, together with a team of experts, in order to present a realistic picture of the reforms of the Polish justice system, which have been made in Poland over the last two years.
We do not agree with how current policy casts a pall over the Polish-Jewish relations. A letter from Poland
Enough of the silence and divisiveness. We will not allow the years of reconciliation to be destroyed
Poland: From Paradigm to Pariah? Polish Constitutional crisis – facts and interpretations
An outline of legal and constitututional developments in Poland under the rule of the Law and Justice Party, which include the threat of EU sanctions over reforms to the judiciary and the recently announced and highly controversial Holocaust bill
Attack on judiciary in Poland was planned and successful. Stefan Batory Foundation legal expert group reports
Report of the Stefan Batory Foundation Legal Expert Group on the impact of the judiciary reform in Poland in 2015-2018
The regress of democratic and liberal human rights standards – Helsinki Committee’s in Poland statement
“The two years that passed since November 2015 have brought the highest number of challenges and threats to human rights and freedoms in the entire post-1989 period”, reads today’s statement of the Helsinki Committee in Poland.
The current dismantling of the rule of law in Poland
How is it that suddenly, out of nowhere, Poland, the precocious child of transformation, seems to be returning to the culture of mono-power?
Poland’s government is undermining the rule of law
Last month, the new Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki pushed two bills through parliament that gave his government and his party increased control over Poland’s courts. Just before the laws were signed by Polish President Andrzej Duda on Dec. 20, Morawiecki chose to address the American people and defend this decision in the pages of the Washington Examiner.
Over 1 000 lawsuits for participation in demonstrations
No more equality principle. Repressive measures against people in disagreement with the authorities
The President did not start the constitutional debate. An open society has on-going debates
The President doesn’t open the constitutional debate, he narrows it. Women who took the Black Protest to the streets, protesters against the assault on courts – that was the debate
Pismo KOS z dnia 5 grudnia 2018 roku do Sędziego Piotra Schaba, Rzecznika Dyscyplinarnego Sędziów Sądów Powszechnych
Raport FOR: Prokuratura pod specjalnym nadzorem. Kadry i postępowanie „dobrej zmiany”
Opinia KOS ( 8/2018) w sprawie naruszeń, których dopuścili się Zastępcy Rzecznika Dyscyplinarnego podczas przesłuchania Sędziego Igora Tulei
Rok publikacji: 2018.
Pismo procesowe RPO do Trybunału Konstytucyjnego w sprawie wniosku Prokuratora Generalnego dotyczącego pytań prejudycjalnych
Rok publikacji: 2018.
Pismo procesowe Prokuratora Generalnego do Trybunału Konstytucyjnego z dnia 4.10.2018 roku w sprawie rozszerzenia wniosku o stwierdzenie niezgodności art. 267 Traktatu o Funkcjonowaniu UE z Konstytucją RP