Poland's Supreme Court on Monday refrained from issuing a ruling on a highly controversial case of currency loans, and instead asked the country's central bank as well as the financial regulator and ombudsman for an opinion.
Poland's justice minister has hit out at the governing party Law and Justice after a senior party member said an overhaul of the judiciary had only had limited success owing to the failings of the Justice Ministry.
The new hostel in the Polish capital will be run by the Lambda Warsaw Association, an organisation which for over 20 years has been supporting lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people.
Having signed the Faro Convention on the Value of Cultural Heritage for Society, Poland has joined a group of 28 states which have already inked the document.
Due to an outbreak of coronavirus on an asparagus farm in the German state of Lower Saxony, which has infected 130 people, including Poles, workers are subject to 'labour quarantine' and unable to leave their place of work, Die Welt reported on Tuesday.
According to the French real estate agents, the house in Saint-Remy-les-Chevreuse, around 40 km from Paris, which includes tapestries and terracotta from the Curies’ era, needs an extra EUR 200,000 in renovation.
The resignation of the PKO BP CEO will take effect on June 7.
The offices of Poland's Supreme Auditing Board (NIK), Supreme Court and National Council of the Judiciary (KRS) had to be evacuated on Tuesday morning after bomb alarms in all three buildings.
The government is undertaking steps to reverse an expected mid-May drop in new registrations for inoculation against Covid-19, a government spokesperson said on Tuesday.
Poland recorded 3,098 new confirmed coronavirus cases and 319 deaths over the past 24h to Tuesday morning, against 2,032 cases reported on Monday, data released by the Health Ministry shows.