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   Generalanwalt beim EuGH, 06.05.2021 - C-791/19   

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  • Europäischer Gerichtshof

    Kommission/ Polen (Régime disciplinaire des juges)

    Verstoß eines Mitgliedstaats gegen seine Verpflichtungen - Nationale Maßnahmen zur Einführung einer Disziplinarregelung für Richter - Art. 19 Abs. 1 Unterabs. 2 EUV - Rechtsstaatsprinzip - Richterliche Unabhängigkeit - Definition der Disziplinarvergehen - Prüfung durch ...

  • rechtsportal.de(Abodienst, kostenloses Probeabo)

    Verstoß eines Mitgliedstaats gegen seine Verpflichtungen - Nationale Maßnahmen zur Einführung einer Disziplinarregelung für Richter - Art. 19 Abs. 1 Unterabs. 2 EUV - Rechtsstaatsprinzip - Richterliche Unabhängigkeit - Definition der Disziplinarvergehen - Prüfung durch ...

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  • Europäischer Gerichtshof PDF (Pressemitteilung)

    Grundsätze des Gemeinschaftsrechts - Generalanwalt Tanchev: Der Gerichtshof sollte urteilen, dass das polnische Gesetz über die Disziplinarregelung für Richter gegen EU-Recht verstößt

  • lto.de (Kurzinformation)

    Schlussanträge im Streit um Disziplinarkammer: Generalanwalt sieht Gefahr für Unabhängigkeit der polnischen Justiz

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  • EGMR, 06.10.2022 - 35599/20

    JUSZCZYSZYN v. POLAND

    It noted that the disciplinary case against the applicant had been registered on 4 April 2022 (no. I DSK 16/22) and that the delay in registration was related to the CJEU's interim decision of 8 April 2020 (C-791/19 R).

    Judgment of 15 July 2021 in Commission v. Poland (Disciplinary regime for judges), C-791/19, EU:C:2021:596 123. The Commission brought proceedings against Poland for failing to fulfil its obligations under the second subparagraph of Article 19(1) TEU and the second and third paragraphs of Article 267 TFEU on account of national measures establishing the new disciplinary regime for the judges of the Supreme Court and the ordinary courts instituted by legislation adopted in 2017.

    The Republic of Poland is required, immediately and pending delivery of the judgment closing the proceedings in Case C-791/19,.

    Referring to the CJEU's judgment of 15 July 2021 (C-791/19, see paragraph 126 above), the applicant further submitted that the irregularities concerning the establishment and functioning of the Disciplinary Chamber were so serious that this body could not be even considered a "court" within the meaning of EU law.

    The interveners submitted that the instant case concerned the applicant's suspension from his official duties by a body that had since been suspended twice by the CJEU and whose lack of independence had also been definitively established as a matter of EU law in the CJEU's judgment of 15 July 2021 in C-791/19.

    The interveners further referred to the order of 14 July 2021 in case C-204/21 R, suspending the Disciplinary Chamber and the CJEU's judgment of 15 July 2021 in case C-791/19.

    The Court further notes that the CJEU's judgment of 15 July 2021 in Commission v. Poland (Disciplinary regime for judges) (C-791/19, EU:C:2021:596) held that Poland had failed to fulfil its obligations under Article 19(1) TEU by, in particular, "failing to guarantee the independence and impartiality of the Disciplinary Chamber of the Supreme Court" (see paragraph 126 above).

    The Court also refers to important findings made by the CJEU in its judgment of 15 July 2021 in Commission v. Poland (Disciplinary regime for judges) (C-791/19, EU:C:2021:596), in which it held that Poland had failed to fulfil its obligations under Article 19(1) TEU by, inter alia, "allowing the content of judicial decisions to be classified as a disciplinary offence involving judges of the ordinary courts, referring to section 107(1) of the 2001 Act" (see paragraphs 126 and 128 above).

    As already mentioned, the CJEU in its judgment of 15 July 2021 (C-791/19; see paragraph 128 above) had also noted that the Disciplinary Chamber's resolution issued in the applicant's case confirmed "[t]he existence of a risk that the disciplinary regime [would] in fact be used in order to influence judicial decisions" (see paragraph 149 of that judgment).

    The Court would again refer to the CJEU's judgment of 15 July 2021 in Commission v. Poland (Disciplinary regime for judges) (C-791/19, EU:C:2021:596; see paragraph 128 above).

  • EGMR, 22.07.2021 - 43447/19

    Streit um Justizreform: Polen verurteilt

    In particular, it had not opposed actions which did not comply with the legal implications resulting from the interim order of the CJEU of 8 April 2020 (C-791/19; see paragraph 169 below).

    In particular, it had not opposed the actions which did not comply with the legal implications resulting from the interim order of the CJEU of 8 April 2020 (C-791/19; see paragraph 169 below).

    (i) Case C-791/19.

    "The Republic of Poland is required, immediately and until the delivery of the judgment bringing to an end the proceedings in Case C-791/19,.

  • EGMR, 08.11.2021 - 49868/19

    DOLI?ƒSKA - FICEK AND OZIMEK v. POLAND

    In particular, it had not opposed actions which did not comply with the legal implications resulting from the interim order of the CJEU of 8 April 2020 (C-791/19; see paragraph 198 below).

    On 5 August 2021 the First President of the Supreme Court issued two orders: the first one made in connection with the judgment of the CJEU of 15 July 2021 (C-791/19) (no. 90/2021) and the second on laying down rules on the procedure for keeping court files, registration, assignment of cases to judges and appointment of the members of the bench in certain cases (no. 91/2021).

    In particular, it had not opposed the actions which did not comply with the legal implications resulting from the interim order of the CJEU of 8 April 2020 (C-791/19; see paragraph 198 below).

    (d) Judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union (Grand Chamber) in the case of Commission v. Poland of 15 July 2021 (Case C-791/19).

    "The Republic of Poland is required, immediately and until the delivery of the judgment bringing to an end the proceedings in Case C-791/19,.

  • Generalanwalt beim EuGH, 20.05.2021 - C-748/19

    Generalanwalt Bobek: Das Unionsrecht steht der in Polen praktizierten Abordnung

    Vgl. Schlussanträge des Generalanwalts Tanchev in dieser Rechtssache (C-791/19, EU:C:2021:366).
  • EuG, 12.10.2022 - T-496/21

    Vasallo Andrés/ Parlament

    En effet, les règles nationales contestées dans l'affaire ayant donné lieu à l'arrêt du 15 juillet 2021, Commission/Pologne (Régime disciplinaire des juges) (C-791/19, EU:C:2021:596), s'appliquaient à l'ensemble des juridictions nationales, juges de droit commun du droit de l'Union [voir, en ce sens, conclusions de l'avocat général Tanchev dans l'affaire Commission/Pologne (Régime disciplinaire des juges), C-791/19, EU:C:2021:366, points 65 et 66].
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