Facing Fury, Polish President Vetoes Court ‘Reforms’

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Polish President Andrzej Duda on Monday vetoed part of a controversial overhaul of the nation's judiciary that’s brought tens of thousands of demonstrators into the streets and pitted the nation’s government against its partners in the European Union and the U.S., reports Bloomberg. Going against the ruling party that backed his presidency, Duda struck down . . .

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