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Judiciary reform debate
December 1, 2017   
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Ruling party Law and Justice (PiS) is testing how far it can go in tweaking the presidential judiciary reform bills, daily Dziennik Gazeta Prawna writes quoting an unspecified PiS MP on the ongoing legislative work in the lower house.
The earlier negotiations between PiS and president Andrzej Duda did not produce a final agreement, hence the current commotion, he explains. Presidential ministers will assess the ruling party's amendments to Duda's bills during their second reading next week, which will be the president's last chance to intervene before the legislation leaves the lower house, according to DGP.
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