Position of the Stefan Batory Foundation Legal Expert Group on the procedure for selecting Supreme Court judges
Unconstitutional selection panel, unconstitutional and unreliable selection procedure and lacking candidates taking part in the gross betrayal of the values underlying legal professions.
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
Devastation of Poland’s Supreme Court and judicial independence: the situation in July 2018
Following initiation of infringement procedure by the EC, the ruling majority made a deliberate effort to take over the Supreme Court in July 2018, before the EU Court of Justice had a chance to assess the law on the Supreme Court.
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
Human Rights Commissioners condemn attacks on acting Commissioner Dr Adam Bodnar
Joint statement of July 2018 in defense of acting Human Rights Commissioner who had been subject of political attacks
Changes to Supreme Court introduced on the 3rd of July 2018
Judge Darisz Mazur on the changes in the Supreme Court of Poland including Disciplinary Chamber and Chamber of Extraordinary Claim and Internal Affairs
Functioning of the Constitutional Tribunal 2014-2017 – Report of the Stefan Batory Foundation Legal Expert Group
Based on Constitutional Tribunal own data, the report highlights significant drop of CT proceedings in 2017. In addition, the adjudicating panel selection and disqualification motions justify concerns about the possibility of the current CT management using its powers to achieve a specific decision on the merits.
Landmark ruling of the CJEU in the case against public broadcaster TVP
Judge Juszczyszyn is being prosecuted again for applying EU law. This is how Ziobro’s people are ‘supporting’ the compromise
Illegally suspended Judge Gąciarek may return to adjudication. The new chamber of the Supreme Court will decide
President of a legal Chamber of the Supreme Court refuses to adjudicate with neo-judges: ‘I’m not afraid, I’ve chosen my fate’
The President promoted Ziobro’s people and judges from the Kasta/Antykasta group. This is what the compromise with the EU looks like