Polish Constitutional Court Established Part of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) is inconsistent with the country’s constitution. Unconstitutional It’s worrying IArticle 6 of the Convention The right to a fair trial is guaranteed by an “independent and impartial court”. In Poland, the decision on inconsistency is made by a court, which, according to various instruments in the hands of the government, is a judge in this case and a party to the dispute.
Following the decision, Polish Deputy Minister of Justice Sebastian Caletta spoke of “a great day for the rule of law and Polish sovereignty.”
The long-running judicial conflict between the European Union and Poland, which has become a semi-dictatorial country since its election victory in the far-right Law and Justice Party in 2017, has continued for years and worsened last July. In the case of the disciplinary department of the Supreme Court. The union argues that the body is a body that limits the independence and impartiality of judges, and therefore does not guarantee respect for the rule of law in Poland (a principle based on modern constitutional democracies, indicating compliance with the laws of citizens and those governing them).
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