Polish lower house adopts reforms empowering justice minister to appoint Supreme Court judges


21 July
Building of Supreme Court of Poland (photo credit: Jaime Silva/Flickr)
Building of Supreme Court of Poland (photo credit: Jaime Silva/Flickr)
Poland's lower house of parliament passed a contested Supreme Court law on which the opposition says would erode the independence of the judiciary and undermine democracy. Polish lawmakers on Thursday adopted a controversial reform of the Supreme Court, despite days of street protests, concern fr...
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