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.
Solidary Poland, a junior member of the ruling United Right coalition, warned on Tuesday that launching the plan needed to access the EU's Recovery Fund, may threaten Poland's sovereignty in the future.
The Disciplinary Chamber of Poland's Supreme Court is not a court but a group that tries to maintain Justice Minister Zbignew Ziobro's control over courts, and to intimidate Polish judges, the leader of Civic Platform, Poland’s biggest opposition party, said on Thursday.
The investigation of the tragic presidential plane crash in Smolensk, Russia, is entering its twelfth year.
Poland's justice ministry is preparing a bill banning homosexual couples from adopting children.
The Polish justice minister and the Constitutional Tribunal president have scorned the latest verdict of the EU's Court of Justice that Poland's reformed judicial council lacks effective control over its decisions.
A junior member of Poland’s United Right governing coalition could win seats in parliament as an independent party, if elections were held this Sunday, according to a new opinion poll.
Poland's justice minister announced a legal initiative on Thursday aimed at enabling internet users to file complaints against the removal of online posts as well as the creation of a special court for freedom of speech.
The head of the Polish prime minister’s office has expressed his hope that the ruling United Right coalition will continue in its current form despite talk of rifts and division within the grouping.
Solidary Poland, a junior member in the ruling United Right coalition, will remain in the alliance, the party's leader and the country's justice minister Zbigniew Ziobro said on Saturday.