Composition of the National Council of the Judiciary in the light of the Constitution of the Republic of Poland of 2 April 1997Excerpt: The literature states that the National Council of the Judiciary may be characterised as administrative/self-governing/political246 in its nature, but it should be emphasised that its ‘most political’ component is a group consisting of members elected by the Sejm from among deputies and two members elected by the Senate from among senators.247 I share the opinion that, given its diverse composition (Article 187(1) of the Constitution), the National Council of the Judiciary is inherently complex and cannot be seen as a judicial authority.
Dr. Katarzyna Kaczmarczyk-Klak
The inadequacy of the current European Union is increasingly evident, as the recent story of the tragic vaccine supply mess has also shown. The need to reform it on a new moral, political, social and economic basis is increasingly pressing.
On 9 January 2020, a number of leading personalities in the European Parliament, including Guy Verhofstadt, Manfred Weber, Iratxe García Pérez, Ska Keller, and Helmut Scholz, in representation of the liberal, Christian democratic, socialist, green, and left-wing groups, submitted a motion for a resolution to the European Parliament recommending a conference on the future of Europe.