Tag: media freedom
Ziobro’s man censors Judge Igor Tuleya. He banned his columns about the courts on the radio
The ban on recording columns was issued by Przemyslaw Radzik, Minister Ziobro’s man for prosecuting independent judges and his nominee in Poland’s largest court. Radzik did not like it that Tuleya wanted to record columns about courts and the rule of law for the civic Halo.Radio.
Media in Poland protest against the planned ‘advertising tax’. This means bankruptcy for many media and limits to pluralism
‘Advertising ‘contributions’ will mean the weakening or even liquidation of some media operating in Poland,’ write media publishers in Poland in a letter to the authorities. The government wants to introduce a new levy under the pretext of fighting the Covid pandemic.
Polish court challenges Disciplinary Chamber’s order. Judge Paweł Juszczyszyn can return to adjudicating
After the judgment of the Supreme Administrative Court. The nominations for the new Supreme Court judges, including President Manowska, are invalid
Counsels of vocal judges urge EU official to take further actions to defend the rule of law
After Tuleya, the Disciplinary Chamber is taking on Prof. Wróbel from the Supreme Court
Statement of retired Constitutional Tribunal judges of 27 April 2021