Tag: Prime Minister
The PM filed a petition with the Constitutional Tribunal about the superiority of Polish law over EU law
A government spokesperson declared that Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki filed a request today with the Constitutional Tribunal regarding the superiority of Polish constitutional law over EU law.
The United Right’s plan: Take over the media, courts, schools and colleges. Goal: total power
The day after the presidential election, you could hear announcements from the government camp that its national-Catholic revolution will be completed. In the first wave, there will be a reckoning with the free media, and the courts will have their final takeover. The government could also take control of schools and universities
Poland’s government is undermining the rule of law
Last month, the new Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki pushed two bills through parliament that gave his government and his party increased control over Poland’s courts. Just before the laws were signed by Polish President Andrzej Duda on Dec. 20, Morawiecki chose to address the American people and defend this decision in the pages of the Washington Examiner.
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