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The President of Poland announced the veto of the judiciary reform bill

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The President of Poland announced the veto of the judiciary reform bill

Poland President Andres Duda has announced to veto two of the three bills passed in the parliament for the reform of the judiciary.

The announcement came on Monday after a few days of protests against the bill of reforms made by the government, he announced on Monday.By this announcement, President Dudah, who was involved in the dispute with the ruling Law and Justice Party leader Jaroslal Koznynyki, was involved in the dispute. This was his first disagreement with the party after he was elected president of the Law and Justice Party in 2015.One of the three bills passed in Parliament has been proposed to keep the Supreme Court under the control of the ruling party. At the same time, the judiciary has been given the power to appoint a judge. It has been given the power to remove the judge without the permission of the judiciary. The opposition demanded that this will undermine the judiciary's independence.

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