Politics Home Parliaments Brexit. Law and Justice has pledged to continue its controversial reform of the judiciary despite opposition from the European Commission, which says the independence of Poland's judges is being eroded.
Public radio and television has always been partial to whichever party was in power, but Law and Justice has essentially turned it into a spokesperson for the governing camp. The governing party had argued that reforms were needed to remove judges appointed during the communist era and to make the court more efficient.
Despite winning Elsewhere on the BBC. The party says that's necessary to counteract the hostility towards it from much of the private media.
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