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Judge Tuleya asks EU court in his last ruling

We obtained Igor Tuleya’s last decision to refer four questions to the Court of Justice in connection with his alleged suspension by the ‘Disciplinary Chamber’

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The ‘Disciplinary Chamber’ has suspended Judge Tuleya and allowed criminal charges to be brought against him

The illegally constituted Disciplinary Chamber has lifted the immunity of Judge Igor Tuleya, which will allow the National Prosecutor’s Office to bring absurd criminal charges against him for admitting journalists to an announcement of a ruling which was important to the public. Tuleya was also suspended from his duties as a judge and had his salary reduced by 25%.

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The Disciplinary Chamber goes to task on judges Morawiec and Tuleya

The Disciplinary Chamber will decide at the beginning of October whether the National Prosecutor’s Office will be able to press far-fetched criminal charges against judges who are known for defending the free courts. Judges and lawyers from all over Poland are supporting Igor Tuleya and Beata Morawiec.

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Before It’s Too Late Open Letter to the President of the European Commission regarding the Rule of Law Breakdown in Poland

‘The only way to contain the increasing lawlessness that we are witnessing in Poland is for your Commission to step up to the task it is given under the Treaties to enforce EU law. Do not further delay action in the name of dialogue. One simply cannot engage in dialogue with a pyromaniac who is actively adding fuel to a blaze. The rule of law in Poland is not merely being attacked. It is being destroyed in plain sight. ‘ – writes a dozen of law professors from across the globe to the European Commission President

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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.

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Stępkowski: The case of the Judge Tuleya’s immunity is not covered by the CJEU’s decision

Proceedings on Judge Igor Tuleya’s immunity are not covered by the freezing order of the EU Court of Justice – Supreme Court press officer Judge Aleksander Stępkowski told journalists on the 27th of May

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The Disciplinary Chamber will examine the case of judge Igor Tuleya despite CJEU order

The Disciplinary Chamber of the Supreme Court will consider a request to waive the immunity of judge Igor Tuleya. The prosecutor’s office wants to press charges against him in connection with a ruling in which he strongly criticised PiS and demanded an investigation into how the 2017 budget was passed

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CJEU: disciplinary action against judges for asking questions of the Court is unacceptable

The Court of Justice of the EU found inadmissible referrals for preliminary rulings submitted by judges Igor Tuleya and Ewa Maciejewska for formal reasons. However, it did emphasize in its ruling that disciplinary repression cannot be applied against judges of national courts in the EU for submitting questions to the CJEU. The Court will shortly assess the model of disciplinary liability for judges in Poland in an infringement proceedings case initiated by the European Commission.

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More than 100 academics from Poland express solidarity with harassed judge Igor Tuleya

Authorities want to waive judge Igor Tuleya’s immunity and press criminal charges against him. He would be the first judge to be punished under the infamous muzzle law passed despite domestic and international outcry. Now academics in Poland salute brave judge and express their solidarity with his firm stance in defense of rule of law in Poland

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Ziobro’s prosecution service wants to charge Judge Tuleya for a judgment critical of PiS party

The National Prosecution Office has applied for the waiver of Judge Igor Tuleya’s immunity because he ordered an investigation into the Law and Justice vote in the Sejm’s Column Hall. Tuleya will be the first judge to whom the muzzle act will be applied. Because the illegal Disciplinary Chamber will make a decision as to his immunity.

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