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BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Logging in Poland’s Bialowieza primeval forest would add to arguments against Warsaw in the European Union’s investigation on whether Poland is observing the rule of law, the European
Poland’s populist leaders came to power on a wave of nationalist feeling. Liberals trying to shame them into backing down will only make them dig their heels in • Anna Gromada is a researcher at the Polish
WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland’s ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party is sticking to its flagship plans for “radical” reform of the judiciary, despite seeing two bills vetoed by the president this week, PiS Jaroslaw
The attack on Poland’s judicial independence goes deeper than you may think. Here are 5 things to know.
Major news outlets have erupted in recent days over protests in Poland to defend the independence of the nation’s judiciary. During its last session before breaking for summer vacation, the Polish parliament
After days of protests against the government’s plans to control the judiciary, the president has vetoed part of the legislation. That is something – but not enough People power has historically been powerful
Andrzej Duda promised to veto two bills seen as limiting judicial independence but has now signed a third Poland’s president has signed into law one of three contested bills that organises the judiciary
Supreme court president says plans to change how judges are appointed could turn courts into ‘plaything’ for politicians The president of Poland’s supreme court has urged the country’s judges to “fight
From Dec. 16 to Jan. 11, 10 members of parliament occupied the plenary hall of the Polish parliament (called the Sejm). The unprecedented blockade began with a protest against the right-wing ruling party’s
Polish team re-examining 2010 crash in which President Lech Kaczyński died says its predecessors manipulated facts A new Polish commission re-investigating the 2010 plane crash that killed President Lech
Jean-Claude Juncker says incidents are unacceptable as he sets out policies aimed at alleviating fragmentation across Europe The president of the European commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, has condemned