Andrzej Duda, the Polish president, has said he is disgusted with the ongoing conflict at Poland's constitutional court.
Julia Przyłębska, head of Poland's Constitutional Tribunal (TK), has appealed to six judges that refuse to perform their duties over a dispute as to whether Przyłębska is a legal president to respect an appeal by herself and seven other judges that support her to return to adjudicating.
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Poland will get access to EU post-pandemic funding once a Supreme Court bill reforming the disciplinary regime for judges becomes law, the EU's agriculture commissioner has said adding there are assurances of that in writing from the European Commission.
The decision by Andrzej Duda, the Polish president, to refer a Supreme Court law containing EU-required reforms to the Constitutional Tribunal will not significantly delay billions in EU funding that Poland is waiting for, Duda's aide has said.
Poland's Constitutional Tribunal has begun proceedings on a presidential motion to review an amended law on Poland's Supreme Court, the head of the Tribunal said on Monday.
President Andrzej Duda on Tuesday sent a key bill reforming the disciplinary regime for judges to the Constitutional Tribunal (TK) for evaluation before signing it into law, the President's Office has told PAP.
The European Commission's decision to take Poland to the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) over rulings questioning the primacy of EU law is a "planned attack on the Polish state," Poland's justice minister said on Wednesday.