Tag: Paweł Filipek
Polish Ombudsman’s arguments ignored by captured Constitutional Tribunal at hearing in case K 6/21
The Polish politically captured Constitutional Tribunal ruled in case K 6 /21 that it is not a court within the meaning of the European Convention on Human Rights. It also ruled that the European Court of Human Rights cannot judge the legality of judicial appointments. We publish argumentation presented in the case before the Constitutional Tribunal by the Commissioner for Human Rights.
Constitutional Tribunal ruled: CJEU interim orders do not apply in Poland
The Constitutional Tribunal presided over by former PiS MP Stanisław Piotrowicz ruled that the CJEU’s interim orders on the structure of courts in Poland are inconsistent with the Polish constitution. During the hearing, the CJEU suspended the Disciplinary Chamber of the Supreme Court with such a ruling.
New Supreme Court chamber strikes at Zbigniew Ziobro: the minister cannot suspend judges for judgments passed
A legal judge of the Supreme Court is not afraid of the muzzle regulations and challenges the status of neo-judges of the Supreme Court
She has been adjudicating in the criminal division for 30 years. Ziobro’s man transferred her to the labour division. ‘They showed contempt’
President Duda attacks the judges again: they want power. Nonsense, the judges are defending the Constitution and EU law
Schab, Ziobro’s ‘enforcer’, confirms: the repressions in the court of appeal are for applying EU law