An appeal to the presidential candidates for changes in Polish law allowing to combat homophobic hate crimes
“We expect an amendment that will provide effective protection against attacks motivated by prejudice, including on the grounds of sexual orientation, gender identity, age, gender and disability; that is, those discriminatory features that currently do not have any such protection in Polish law” – distinguished Polish lawyers appeal to candidates in the election to become President of the Republic of Poland
Commissioner for Human Rights: Impossible elections
Voting entirely by post can breach the constitutional principle of the universality of the elections. The campaign being conducted does not respect the principle of equal opportunities for the candidates, while the citizens are not receiving even a minimal amount of knowledge about the elections. Held in this way, they cannot be consistent with international standards.
The National Electoral Commission deprived of its powers in Poland
Law and Justice party has just excluded a key institution from the process of preparing the elections: the National Electoral Commission. Former Chairperson of the Commission Judge Hermeliński: such a change in the electoral laws and procedures is in breach of Article 2 of the Constitution.
Why do politicians need to take over the Supreme Court? Judge Wróbel explains
The PM filed a petition with the Constitutional Tribunal about the superiority of Polish law over EU law
Open Letter to the European Commission
Solidarity counts the most. Human rights after Adam Bodnar
National Prosecutor’s Office to raid the Supreme Court