Tag: Disciplinary Chamber
Judges under special supervision. Report of Association of Judges THEMIS
The assertion presented by the media, that the sole objective of the so-called ‘great reform of the justice system’ lies in a one-off replacement of judicial personnel with a view to replace the key judicial office holders by those subordinated to the Minister of Justice is an overlyoptimistic simplification of matters. The authors of the ‘reform of the justice system’ were far more ambitious.
Attacking Judicial Independence Through New “Disciplinary” Procedures in Poland
In the last few months, the use of the new disciplinary procedures has become increasingly bald-faced. Increasingly, the authorities do not appear to be ashamed of their real motives, which are unabashedly political’ – writes prof. Piotr Mikuli at I-CONNECT.
The Disciplinary System of Judges Under the Control of the Minister of Justice
Through the Act of 8 December 2017 on the Supreme Court, drafted by the President of the Republic of Poland Andrzej Duda, the Law and Justice party has made radical changes in the system of judges’ disciplinary responsibility
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
Disciplinary proceedings against a judge for telling the truth about staffing problems in courts
Prosecutor Wójtowicz under fire for defending judicial independence
More changes in the acts regulating the Polish judiciary system
Open Letter in Support of Professor Wojciech Sadurski
2019 World Justice Project award acceptance speech