A leading European human rights official expressed concerns Monday over planned changes to the Polish justice system. The law would allow parliament to appoint 15 of 25 members of Poland’s National Council of the Judiciary, a body of judges that nominates other judges. It would also allow for all current members to be dismissed. Human rights officials see the planned changes as part of a drive by the ruling Law and Justice party to cement power by weakening the constitutional system of checks and balances. Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights Nils Muiznieks said in a letter to Poland’s parliament speaker, Marek Kuchcinski, that he worries the new changes planned for the judicial system would violate the separation of powers and the independence of the judiciary.
Forțele antinaționale folosesc peste tot aceleași metode. Domnia judecătorilor probabil constituie cea mai periculoasă metodă de ocupație externă și de control intern. Implacabilă, inumană, antidemocratică și suprem ipocrită.