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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.
Poland’s justice minister has dismissed a ruling by the European Court of Justice (CJEU) in favour of a Polish judge, calling it "a political declaration" that "should be ignored."
European Commission (EC) Vice President Vera Jourova has said an amended Supreme Court law currently awaiting consideration by Poland's Constitutional Tribunal would fulfill EC requirements regarding the judiciary and open the door to post-pandemic recovery funds for Warsaw.
Poland's Supreme Court (SC) has annulled the suspension of the case of Mariusz Kaminski, the interior minister and a former head of the Central Anti-Corruption Bureau (CBA), despite him being pardoned by the president of a conviction.
Some of factors that form the basis of a ruling by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) against Poland's judicial overhaul are no longer valid, Poland's EU minister has said.
The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has ruled that changes to the Polish justice system made in December 2019 infringe EU law.
Poland's Constitutional Tribunal has ruled President Andrzej Duda had the right to pardon former Central Anti-Corruption Bureau (CBA) head Mariusz Kamiński - who in 2015 was sentenced to three years in prison in a non-final verdict for abuse of power.
Poland's Constitutional Tribunal (TK) has postponed Wednesday's hearing on an amendment to a Supreme Court law, which is key to the EU unlocking post-pandemic recovery funds for Poland.
An appeal by Andrzej Poczobut, a journalist and Polish minority leader who has been sentenced to eight years in prison, will be heard by the Belarusian Supreme Court on Friday.