Tag: Waldemar Żurek
‘We, in Poland, are witnessing a unique revolution in Poland against the rule of law’
We publish in full the speech made on 22 September 2020 by Sylwia Gregorczyk-Abram and Michał Wawrykiewicz, attorneys-at-law representing judge Waldemar Żurek before the Court of Justice of the EU in C-487/19 case regarding the Supreme Court’s request for a preliminary ruling.
Disciplinary commissioner attacks a group of 14 judges organizing help for harassed judges
Disciplinary Commissioner Przemysław Radzik attacks the authorities of an informal group of judges, which helps defend the independence of the courts and provides support to repressed judges. The commissioner pressed disciplinary charges against them, including the chairperson of this group, Bartłomiej Starosta, and Judge Waldemar Żurek
Disciplinary proceedings for Judge Żurek. Two hearings in one day
Two disciplinary hearings for Judge Waldemar Żurek will be held at the Court of Appeal in Katowice on Friday, 3 July. Each of them applies to different charges which the disciplinary commissioners have brought against the judge. Only eight people will be able to enter the courtroom each time as the public. The hearings will be held one after the other. Such an order was issued by the president of the Katowice Court of Appeal – Witold Mazur, nominated by Zbigniew Ziobro, privately, the brother of the head of the new NCJ.
The Constitutional Tribunal has gone on holiday. In 2019, it handed down the fewest judgements in 20 years
How should the new European Court of Human Rights judge from Poland be? Lech Garlicki explains
Will the convicted supervise the judges in Poland?
A German court refuses to extradite a German citizen to Poland, because of the state of the Polish judicial system
Report: Rule of Law in Poland 2020: How to contain the Crisis and reform the Justice System?