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Judiciary reform controversies
July 10, 2018   
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Pawel Mucha
Poland's Supreme Court is presently headed by judge Jozef Iwulski despite his own and his predecessor Malgorzata Gersdorf's suggestions to the contrary, presidential official Pawel Mucha insisted in an interview for daily Dziennik Gazeta Prawna. Gersdorf is now officially retired and therefore can no longer head the Supreme Court, he argued.
Meanwhile, Poland may soon face a case before the European Court of Human Rights over its Constitutional Tribunal reform as the court has received a claim from a Polish individual arguing the tribunal is unfit to pass judgments.
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