Poland Judicial Reform

Polish former president and Nobel Peace Prize winner Lech Walesa addresses a crowd of right-wing government opponents during the protest in front of the Sad Najwyzszy, (the Polish Supreme Court) in Warsaw, Poland on 4 July 2018. Polands international isolation and political uncertainty at home has deepened as a purge of the Supreme Courts justices took effect, with the chief justice defiantly refusing to step down. First President Malgorzata Gersdorf arrived for work as usual at the court in Warsaw, vowing to continue her constitutionally mandated term, which runs through 2020. (Photo by Mateusz Wlodarczyk/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
Polish former president and Nobel Peace Prize winner Lech Walesa addresses a crowd of right-wing government opponents during the protest in front of the Sad Najwyzszy, (the Polish Supreme Court) in Warsaw, Poland on 4 July 2018. Polands international isolation and political uncertainty at home has deepened as a purge of the Supreme Courts justices took effect, with the chief justice defiantly refusing to step down. First President Malgorzata Gersdorf arrived for work as usual at the court in Warsaw, vowing to continue her constitutionally mandated term, which runs through 2020. (Photo by Mateusz Wlodarczyk/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
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