The Supreme Administrative Court (NSA) has annulled the decision of a Warsaw court which earlier suspended an environmental permit for the contentious Turow lignite mine on the Polish-Czech border.
The leader of a small Eurosceptic ally in Poland's ruling United Right coalition has praised the president's decision to refer a judiciary reform bill to the Constitutional Tribunal for an evaluation.
The Sejm, the lower house of Poland's parliament, has rejected all of the amendments introduced by the Senate to a Supreme Court bill, a regulation prepared in order to increase Poland's chances of getting its long-awaited EU post-pandemic recovery funds.
Poland's lower house of parliament, the Sejm, started work on Wednesday on a government bill amending the law on the Supreme Court, tabled in a bid to satisfy European Commission (EC) requirements to unlock post-pandemic recovery funding.
Poland's Supreme Administrative Court (NSA) has ruled that an official refusal to register a gay’s couple foreign marriage certificate on a civil registry was lawful as Polish law only recognises marriage between a man and a woman.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has asked the country's Constitutional Tribunal to decide whether the Polish constitution has primacy over EU law.
The Polish prime minister will submit a request to the country’s Constitutional Tribunal for it to issue an opinion on a ruling by the Court of Justice of the European Union that said the process of appointing judges in Poland may break EU law.