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New episode of the dispute between Brussels and Warsaw over the independence of the judiciary. Condemned Poland on Wednesday 27 October The European Court of Justice (CJEU) has ordered the European Commission to pay a fine of one million euros per day. In the opinion of the European Union, Warsaw has not stopped the activities of the disciplinary chamber of the Supreme Court, which seriously threatens the independence of the judiciary in Poland. According to Warsaw, these reforms, Implemented in 2017Corruption in the judiciary needs to be eradicated.

July 15, The CJEU had ordered Poland to close the chamber immediately. In defiance of this decision, the European Executive considered it and asked the CJEU to impose sanctions. “EU justice system must be free and fair”. “It is necessary to comply with the provisions of the EU Order dated July 14 to avoid serious and irreparable damage to the legal order of the EU and to the values ​​established by this EU, especially to the values ​​of the State.”, Luxembourg-based CJEU announces, In a press release.

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Increased tensions

Matteo Moravici, head of the Polish National Conservative Government, vowed to close the disciplinary chamber, which Warsaw announced in August, but it continues to operate.

This lack of independence from the Polish judiciary and the importance of European law over national law was one of the key issues at the 27th European Summit last weekend. The tensions really increased From October 7. On that day, the Polish Constitutional Court declared that certain articles of the European Convention were inconsistent with the national constitution. The decision was condemned by Brussels as an unprecedented attack on the primacy of European law and the jurisdiction of the CJEU.

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