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Poland’s top judges back to work thanks to EU court ruling

The European Union’s top court has ordered Poland to suspend a controversial judicial reform that forced the country’s Supreme Court judges into early retirement. The...

Poland has one month to comply with EU opinion on Supreme Court

The European Commission on August 14 took the next step in infringement procedures against Poland. It sent a Reasoned Opinion to the government in...

Polish judges should stay put, pending ECJ decision

Polish judges should be allowed to stay in place until the European Court of Justice (ECJ) decides whether measures that will effectively allow the...

To Criticize or Not the ECtHR?

Turkey has survived a brutal coup attempt in the summer of 2016. The putschists failed to take control of the country and the government...

Now Erdogan takes on lawyers

Thirteen lawyers in Turkey have been convicted on terrorism charges and sentenced to prison after a 21-month-long trial. The Samsun 3rd High Assize Court...

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MEPs approve protection for innovative medicinal and plant protection products

MEPs adopt their first reading position about EU supplementary...

MEPs warn European Central Bank it could be risking its credibility

MEPs on Tuesday warned the ECB it risked its...

Zelenskyy urges South-Eastern Europe for more ammo to help Ukraine

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy urged countries in South-East Europe...

The European Court of Human Rights ruled against Hungary for arbitrarily detaining unaccompanied children

The European Court of Human Rights ruled that Hungary...

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