22 lipca 2019

EuroNews: „As a Polish judge, I know what happens when you resist the government’s grip on the judiciary ǀ View”


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„As a judge, my job is to ensure that justice is done both for the victims of crime and those who commit it. The people who come through my courtroom have suffered unfairness and injustice in a variety of circumstances. But I never expected that I, too, would experience such injustice in my role as […]


„As a judge, my job is to ensure that justice is done both for the victims of crime and those who commit it. The people who come through my courtroom have suffered unfairness and injustice in a variety of circumstances. But I never expected that I, too, would experience such injustice in my role as a judge – particularly not from the Polish government. Yet, we are facing uncharted waters here. Just last week, the European Commission (EC) decided to move forward with infringement proceedings against Poland for its new disciplinary regime against judges. If Poland does not bring the matter into compliance with the EU law, the EC may refer the case to the Courts of Justice of the EU.”

Text comes from the official EuroNews site. 

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