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The end of independent judiciary in Poland. PiS government violates the Constitution and assumes control over all courts

22.7.17

The end of independent judiciary in Poland. PiS government violates the Constitution and assumes control over all courts: [oko.press] From now on legislative, executive and judicial powers will be concentrated in the hands of one institution, which is Law and Justice government of Poland. More precisely in the hands of the Minister of Justice, Zbigniew Ziobro.

New pieces of legislation give him the right to appoint and dismiss practically all judges, including those at the Supreme Court. The new law goes as far, as to allowing him to hand-pick judges for particular court cases.


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