Poland Mulls Proposal to Wipe Out Supreme Court

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Poland's Senate opened debate Friday on a contentious draft law that would dismiss the country's current Supreme Court judges and let President Andrzej Duda appoint new ones, reports the Associated Press. Earlier, a special Senate commission swiftly reviewed and approved the bill, which critics say violates the nation's constitution and opens the door to political influence over the top court. Tens of thousands . . .

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