Tag: Article 6 ECHR
Ominous coincidence of dates
The selectivity in complying with ECtHR judgments was dressed up to appear as the checking of the constitutionality of the provisions of an international convention. This is why the operative part of the judgment of the Constitutional Tribunal states that Article 6 of the ECHR is unconstitutional, which in itself is outrageous.
The European Court of Human Rights will assess whether Poland breached Igor Tuleya’s rights through disciplinary action
Judge Igor Tuleya is accusing the Polish government of, inter alia, breaching his right to private life and his reputation in connection with disciplinary proceedings against him and summoning him as a witness in disciplinary proceedings against other judges.
‘I won’t let any of the caste members off the hook’. Dialogues of the ‘good change’ judges
How to hold criminals to account
Lex Woś. Solidarna Polska wants to ‘deputinise’ NGOs with an Act taken straight from Putin’s Russia
PiS’s new bill. Protection of the people or protection of the authorities?
Manowska wants legal judges of the Supreme Court to be prosecuted. Repression for applying EU law