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Judicial reform agreed
November 14, 2017   
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President Andrzej Duda and ruling party Law and Justice (PiS) reached a compromise on the shape of the judiciary reform during the Friday talks of their respective envoys Pawel Mucha and Stanislaw Piotrowicz, daily Rzeczpospolita reports.
National Judiciary Council (KRS) members will be elected by a 3/5 lower house majority, with an emergency mode allowing PiS to name 9 of the 15 members and the remainder to be named by the opposition.
The compromise meets Duda's demands despite PiS initially trying to present it as his defeat and is yet subject to final approval by Duda and PiS leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski, Rzeczpospolita comments.
Legislative work on the reform should begin on November 22.
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