Oxford Academics Letter to The Times on Judicial Independence in Poland

by | Jul 25, 2017

In light of recent proposed reforms to the judiciary in Poland, a group of Oxford academics, lead by OxHRH Associate, Associate Professor Liora Lazarus and Kacper Majewski (2nd year FHS student, University of Oxford and member of the Oxford Polish Society) have written a letter that has been published in The Times voicing their concerns on the situation and calling for judicial independence as a fundamental precondition of constitutional accountability. They express their solidarity with the judiciary, activists and citizens seeking to uphold the rule of law.

 

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