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Power struggle over the judiciary reforms?
July 24, 2017   
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The conflict over the judiciary reforms revealed a power struggle between the Polish president and governing party Law and Justice (PiS), major Polish dailies report.
While the opposition calls the president to veto the reforms, his abilities in confronting PiS ideas on legal changes were already exhausted in the single intervention he tried to make in a draft bill on the National Judiciary Council, Rzeczpospolita daily quotes the sources it talked to. However, president Duda may now feel larger pressure with both the opposition holding protests in front of the presidential palace and planning resistance action, and the EU threatening to put sanctions on Poland, the daily reports.
The actions of Andrzej Duda show that he is playing his own game, aside of the PiS's game, Dziennik Gazeta Prawna writes. Altough PiS seemed to support the president's stance, the grouping is doing everything it can to avoid power-sharing with the president in such sensitive matter, the daily reports.
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