The Polish Supreme Court has overturned the 91-year-old conviction of a former Polish prime minister and nine other politicians.
Law and Justice (PiS), the dominant party in Poland’s ruling coalition, has filed a bill on reducing the size of a full composition of the constitutional tribunal from 11 to nine judges.
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A Dutch court on Friday sentenced five men to prison for planting explosives in supermarkets selling Polish products.
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.
Most FX loans were denominated to CHF when the Polish national currency was strong, but later on the Swiss franc appreciated rapidly, leaving the customers with extensive debt to pay off.
The trial in Belarus of Polish minority activist and journalist Andrzej Poczobut is continuing, though the hearing has been moved from the circuit court to a local district court, PAP has learned.
The first day of the trial of Belarusian-Polish journalist and Polish minority activist Andrzej Poczobut on Tuesday before a court in Grodno, Belarus, closed without a hearing, and no further trial date has been announced.
A Copenhagen court agreed on Wednesday to the extradition to Poland of a Norwegian citizen suspected of murdering a Polish woman, a Danish police representative has told PAP.
Andrzej Duda, the Polish president, held a series of consultations with top government officials on Friday, a day after he complained he had been brushed aside by the ruling party when it comes to a new Supreme Court bill.