Warsaw and other Polish cities hit by demonstrations over legal reforms - Daily Express
Legislation that was adopted last week has drawn condemnation from European Union politicians and from Poland's opposition.
They say it violates judicial independence and the rule of law.
Under the new legislation, lawmakers appoint members of the National Council of the Judiciary, which draws up and enforces ethical guidelines for judges, reviews judicial candidates and seeks opinions on new rules and regulations to ensure they are constitutional.
Another draft law calls for the retirement of all Supreme Court judges and new appointments to be made by the justice minister, and... write journalists from Daily Express read more news | read original article
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