2017 Independence Day March in Warsaw and freedom of assembly in Poland
Expressing opinions opposing the authorities draws repressions. Supporting the authorities ensures impunity. Inequality of treatment becomes a fact
So called “Good change” in the Polish system of the administration of justice
Rule of law in Poland. State of play in October 2017. Analysis by judge Dariusz Mazur and judge Waldemar Żurek.
The position of the Board of the Faculty of Law and Administration at the Jagiellonian University of 8 May 2017 regarding the proposed amendments to acts concerning the judiciary
On 8 May 2017, the Board of the Faculty of Law and Administration at the Jagiellonian University expressed its position on the compliance of two draft acts currently undergoing legislative processes with the Constitution of the Republic of Poland.
Ziobro’s prosecution service wants to charge Judge Tuleya for a judgment critical of PiS party
Wyrzykowski: 5 lessons from the constitutional reality in Poland and Hungary
Łętowska: It was a “cooperative”, and the judges were co-opted to offer support. A new Council must be chosen
Commissioner for Human Rights Adam Bodnar: On the Anatomy of the Crime Against the Polish Judiciary
Extraordinary Control and Public Affairs Chamber to euthanise the Supreme Court’s own resolution