Alexandra Tompson September 26th, 2018 from: Oxford Human Rights Hub blog Since coming into power, Poland’s ruling Law and Justice Party (PiS) has introduced controversial sweeping changes to the judiciary. Accusing Poland of undermining EU values and democratic principles, the EU Commission… Read More ›
Iwulski’s biography is an example that shows one of the motives underlying the need to reform the justice system.
Zbigniew Ziobro’s comments regarding the Iwulski case. The biography of Józef Iwulski, a man who was appointed by outgoing president Małgorzata Gersdorf to perform the duties of the Poland’s Supreme Court first president, is a symbol that shows one of… Read More ›
The 2019 parliamentary elections will be the last major opportunity for the Polish opposition. Either “what was” returns or the old world will fall.
Ludmiła Kozłowska’s ostentatious display through the German state, in the context of an attack on the Polish government, is a clear and obvious signal. Berlin may smile, but inside it boils with irritation and anger at the ruling team in… Read More ›
“It is my expectation that representatives of the European Union fully respect Polish democracy and freedom. For hundreds of years, the Polish nation has experienced immense suffering and has sacrificed millions of lives in its fight for liberty. You have… Read More ›
By Pawel Dobrowolski and Matthew Tyrmand Best friends aren’t in the news much because they are reliable. Arguably, America’s best friend in Europe is Poland because Poland sees the world as Americans do. The countries west of Poland are self-indulgent and plot against… Read More ›
Polonia Institute: How to hit three birds with one stone? Use Congressional law S-447! Stop HR-1226: Letter to President Trump Polish American Congress: President Spula letter Coalition of Polish Americans: President Sliwowski letter
By adopting the Senate’s goofy bill S-447, the House of Representatives tried to kill three birds with one stone. They violated US inheritance law, they tried to violate other (European) countries’ inheritance law, and they violated international law as well…. Read More ›
Antoni Macierewicz In March of 1968, student demonstrations, or rather – civil demonstrations, initiated by university students, spread throughout all university centers and the entire Polish academic community. But it would be fictitious to limit the massive 1968 movement… Read More ›