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Wednesday, July 27, 2022

Presidential minister: The statement of the head of the EC is astonishing


 This is what happens when European un-elected officials get more 'power than God' and run the EU without a need to face the voters.

During the conversation between President Andrzej Duda and the head of the European Commission (EC) Ursula von der Leyen in February, there were no objections to the draft amendment about the Supreme Court, therefore the last statement of the head of the European Commission is astonishing; that there are arguments of such strength at this stage - Presidential Minister Małgorzata Paprocka told Polish Press Agency.

Paprocka emphasized that at the moment, no further legislative work regarding changes to the Supreme Court is in progress in the President's Office. "The elements that the president wanted to resolve were settled by the adopted law" - she noted.

On Tuesday, the head of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, told DGP that in order to receive funds from the National Reconstruction Plan, Poland must fulfill the commitments made to reform the system of disciplinary measures. She admitted that the new law is an important step, but "the new law (amendment to the law on the Supreme Court - PAP) does not guarantee judges the possibility of challenging the status of another judge without the risk of being held liable for disciplinary action." Von der Leyen stressed that Poland must also fully comply with the ruling of the Court of Justice of the EU, which has not yet happened. "In particular, the suspended judges have not been reinstated and the daily financial penalty is still in force. We are in contact with the Polish authorities on these issues and we want to find a solution" - she added.

Referring to the words of von der Leyen that "the new law does not guarantee judges the possibility of questioning the status of another judge without the risk of being held liable for disciplinary action", Paprocka emphasized that - according to the Polish constitution - judges are irremovable. "So there's no way to question the status at all," she said.

Maybe the head of the European Commission now wants to abolish or change Polish Constitution?

There are press reports that President Duda has have enough, and rightfully so.

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