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The White Paper on the Reform of the Polish Judiciary: A must-read answer to the European Commission’s criticism of Poland over court reforms
The Prime Minister of Poland just released a white paper on the courts reform: explaining why Poland need to reform its judiciary, answering the European Commission’s remarks, reviewing the proceedings, the judicial independence, explaining the National Council of the Judi-ciary, the Constitutional Tribunal and the respect by Poland of the rule of law as the foundation of common European values.   Poland need to reform its judiciary because public trust in the judiciary is at a very low level, proceedings are very slow although Poland has too many judges per citizen and a very high justice public spending/GDP, as compared with most EU countries.   Also, Poland judiciary has failed to account for the communist past: f.ex. in the Supreme Court there are...
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