Cyberbullying, stalking campaigns, disciplinary actions - two Polish judges explain the details of the systematic campaigns used by the Polish government to question, disarm and disable the independent judiciary. Interview with Monika Frackowiak and Dariusz Mazur.
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Earlier, the Council of Europe's Human Rights Commissioner warned that the amendment could jeopardise fair trial guarantees and judicial independence.
Parliament elects Tünde Handó to the Constitutional Court and reelects Prosecutor General Péter Polt
The former head of the National Judicial Office became a judge on the Constitutional Court, and Péter Polt received nine more years in office.
Request for the European Court of Justice to examine Hungarian judicial independence found unlawful by the Curia
Following complaint by the Prosecutor General, superior court says Hungarian judge's request to have his independence examined by the ECJ is unlawful.
The European Court of Justice was called to examine the ability of the head of the judicial administration to influence judges.
The practices of judicial leaders' appointments and their ability to influence judgements through bonuses will be examined by the ECJ.
Hungarian Government postpones the introduction of administrative courts due to international pressure
Even after an amendment softens some measures criticised by the Venice Commission, the new, minister-overseen court system still raises concerns.
The Minister of Justice has the power to appoint and promote administrative judges. Critics fear judicial independence is in peril.
Orbán made good on his promise to answer journalists, but dodged all the important questions.
Hungarians will protest the government once more this Saturday - Index is here to fill you in on the details.
Index recaps the events of the week as protests against the Overtime Act, the administrative courts, and Fidesz's media are set to continue on Friday
The third consecutive night of protests against Orbán's overtime act and minister-controlled courts saw thousands take to the streets again.
From now on, minister-appointed judges get to decide on politically sensitive cases against state authority. Opposition: Fidesz-court is established.