Tag: Stanisław Piotrowicz
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.
Poles object to former PiS MPs, Pawłowicz and Piotrowicz, being appointed to the captured Constitutional Tribunal [OPINION POLL]
In the Ipsos poll* for OKO.press, Poles were asked whether they think it is appropriate that people who until recently were PiS MPs, active in public life, are the Constitutional Tribunal judges. As many as 65% of the respondents said it was wrong, with as many as 49% saying it was “decidedly wrong”. Just 23% said it was normal practice.
Captured Constitutional Tribunal rules on the Supreme Court: Implementation of CJEU judgment inconsistent with EU law
“Once again, the Constitutional Tribunal has attempted to frustrate the implementation of the CJEU judgment of 19 November 2019.”, stated the case directly judge Piotr Pszczółkowski who issued a dissenting opinion.
Polish Ombudsman’s arguments ignored by captured Constitutional Tribunal at hearing in case K 6/21
Judge Rutkiewicz of Elbląg suspended for applying EU law. Against the CJEU order.
Judge Żurek: the authorities will try to bribe and intimidate the judges. But this won’t work
Judge Niklas-Bibik suspended for applying EU law and for asking preliminary questions to the CJEU
Retired Constitutional Tribunal’s judges explain lies and misunderstandings regarding the K 3/21 decision