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Impasse over national judiciary council KRS continues
March 16, 2018   
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Małgorzata Gersdorf
Poland's government plans to solve the impasse over the freshly reformed national judiciary council KRS, which has still failed to gather in the new line-up due to objection from the Supreme Court's first president Malgorzata Gersdorf, in charge of calling the sitting, the dailies Dziennik Gazeta Prawna and Gazeta Wyborcza wrote. An amendment to the KRS bill has just been prepared by the governing party with a view to moving the competence to the chair of the Constitutional Tribunal, the position currently held by Julia Przylebska, who was appointed by the ruling party PiS. Przylebska will also appoint a judge who will preside over the KRS sitting as the council has no chairman following Gersdorf's resignation from the function. This demonstrates the Tribunal's loss of independence, former KRS member Slawomir Palka comments for Dziennik Gazeta Prawna.
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