Repressions for independence. A prosecutor did not want to arrest participants of the protest, so he was transferred.
Prosecutor Wojciech Pełeszok did not want to support the arrests of demonstrators. He was posted to a prosecution office at a level lower. This is how you break someone’s back: punishing, for example, for taking advantage of the guarantee of independence. Other prosecutors see this – and prefer to be obedient.
Report: Rule of Law in Poland in 2020
The rule of law in Poland and other member states is important not only for the citizens of these countries, but also for the future of the European project as a club of countries with high-quality democratic institutions safeguarding human rights – says Civil Development Forum (FOR)
Law and Justice’s Concentrated Power over Polish Prosecutors
On 8 July 2019, prosecutor Mariusz Krasoń was relocated from the Regional Prosecutor’s Office in Cracow, Poland to the District Prosecutor’s Office in Wrocław-Krzyki, almost 300 km away, and two levels lower in the hierarchy. The Justice Defence Committee (KOS) indicates that in May 2019, prosecutor Krasoń initiated a resolution of the Assembly of the Regional Prosecutor’s Office in Cracow.
“Kings of Life” in Polish prosecutor’s office – a report by the LSO Prosecutors’ Association
The report details the negative consequences of the changes in the prosecutorial service implemented by the Law and Justice government. It also reveals a number of pathological situations related mainly to personnel policy as the foundation of the so-called prosecutorial reform.
Justice Minister Zbigniew Ziobro on the CJEU ruling: it is unacceptable to us
VP of Ordo Iuris will not advise the EU on LGBT. An investigation is in progress
The First President of the Supreme Court is attacking transparency. She will restrict access to information on abuses of power
Ziobro’s man censors Judge Igor Tuleya. He banned his columns about the courts on the radio
The President promotes Ziobro’s ministerial colleagues wholesale. A deputy minister went all the way to the Supreme Administrative Court