Why There Is No Salvation for the Current Polish Constitutional Tribunal
In a recent piece for Verfassungsblog, Wojciech Sadurski writes:
The quasi-judges in the Constitutional Tribunal are like a spoonful of tar in a barrel of honey: they contaminate the whole of the Tribunal. That is why the whole of the Constitutional Tribunal should be replaced, except for the three judges who were elected properly, namely Judges Hauser, Jakubecki and Ślebzak. They are waiting and should be immediately included in the Tribunal. After which, the remaining 12 judges should be elected in accordance with the constitutionally prescribed procedure.Wojciech Sadurski, Challis Professor in Jurisprudence at the University of Sydney and a Professor at the Centre for Europe in the University of Warsaw.
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