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The European Court of Justice (CJEU) on Tuesday ruled that Poland's system of seconding judges to higher criminal courts was incompatible with EU law.
The European Commission has asked Poland to bring air pollution laws in line with EU legislation.
Over 70 percent of Poles favour more liberal abortion laws, according to a new poll published on Wednesday.
Polish President Andrzej Duda said on Friday that he is strongly against an planned amendment to animal protection laws that bans fur breeding and exports of ritual slaughter meat.
Borys Budka, head of Poland's main opposition party Civic Platform (PO), declared on Saturday that he will never agree to debating women's rights by going over the heads of women.
An initiative proposed by President Andrzej Duda that could offer a solution to the divisive standoff over abortion law in Poland could be a good way to start discussions, said an aide to the prime minister.
Polish President Andrzej Duda on Thursday criticised mass demonstrations that have been sweeping across Polish cities for a week now after the tightening of abortion laws by the country's Constitutional Tribunal.
The government appears to have lost its public following after Thursday's passage of stricter abortion laws, and may be nearing its demise, Senate (upper house) Speaker Tomasz Grodzki said on Tuesday. Grodzki added that an early election was possible.
The Polish upper house, the Senate, will debate the new animal protection law that triggered a serious government crisis after a lower house vote, but likely as late as October 9 due to required amendments, Senate Speaker Tomasz Grodzki said on Tuesday.