Tag: Ursula von der Leyen
Before It’s Too Late Open Letter to the President of the European Commission regarding the Rule of Law Breakdown in Poland
‘The only way to contain the increasing lawlessness that we are witnessing in Poland is for your Commission to step up to the task it is given under the Treaties to enforce EU law. Do not further delay action in the name of dialogue. One simply cannot engage in dialogue with a pyromaniac who is actively adding fuel to a blaze. The rule of law in Poland is not merely being attacked. It is being destroyed in plain sight. ‘ – writes a dozen of law professors from across the globe to the European Commission President
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