The European Union Court of Justice (ECJ) has asked Poland to temporarily suspend its controversial reform of the Supreme Court, pending a final judgment, according to a statement released on... read more →
Polish President Andrzej Duda has appointed 27 judges to the Supreme Court of Justice on Wednesday despite objections from the Administrative court, which had ruled that appointments would have to... read more →
Demonstrations drawing thousands of people took place on Thursday evening in about 20 Polish cities to protest against recent judicial reforms. The protesters rallied against the decision of President Andrzej... read more →
The European Commission on Monday launched a new infringement procedure against Poland, aimed at "protecting the independence of the Polish Supreme Court" on the eve of the entry into force... read more →
EU affairs ministers pressed the Polish government on Tuesday for several hours over its controversial judicial reforms. The hearing, a first in the history of the European Union, was constructive,... read more →
Several thousand protesters took to the streets in Warsaw on Saturday to defend the independence of the judiciary, which the observers say is undermined by the reforms of the conservative... read more →
The Group of States Against Corruption (Greco), the Council of Europe’s anti-corruption body, has expressed serious concern about the weakening resolve in the fight against corruption in Europe, especially in... read more →
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