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Dodgy PRL-holdover judiciary finally reformed



jon357 70 | 12,793    
30 Jul 2017  #151

He embraced it wholeheartedly. We can see where he got his ideas from.


OP Polonius3 1,019 | 12,575    
31 Jul 2017  #152

studied Marxist-Leninist theor

One of the all-time hands-on Polish experts on the theory and practice of Marxism was Polish Primate, the saintly Stefan Cardinal Wyszyński. He realised one could not adequately combat one of the 20th century's greatest evils without knowing what makes it tick.
OP Polonius3 1,019 | 12,575    
31 Jul 2017  #153

he studied Marxist-Leninist theor

So did every other uni student. It was a required course. Too bad your knwoledge of PRL is based on only what you've read and assorted hearsay, especially from self-styled "experts" like HB!
jon357 70 | 12,793    
31 Jul 2017  #154

So did every other uni student. It was a required course.

No. That was not a 'course', it was his Masters' degree subject.
OP Polonius3 1,019 | 12,575    
31 Jul 2017  #155

his Masters' degree subject

He had to thoroughly understand what made the enemy tick so he could fight them more effectively first in KOR, later at Wałęsa's side (they made his presidency), subseuqnretly in PiS. Also at present they continue their commitment to the de-communisation which should have been dealt with in 1990-1992 in opposition to Platformers who want in the worst way to preserve the undeserved privileges of PRL hold-overs in the judiciary, PO and elsewhere. Even old Balcerman (that's what he called in foreign-correspondents' circles!) has recently crawled out of the woodwork to apparently hopes to cause more damage to the Polish economy. Has he been a sleeper whom Soros has only just now reactivated? Balcerman, in acse you've forgotten, was the one who sold off and destroyed Poland's industrial assets, caused widespread unemployment and turned the economy over to foreign-interest groups.
jon357 70 | 12,793    
31 Jul 2017  #156

He had to thoroughly understand

Po, he thoroughly embraced it.
delphiandomine 87 | 15,756    
31 Jul 2017  #157

Yes. Even if he wanted to "understand" it, he could have done that without acquiring top grades in the subject.

It was a point of honour among many people in universities studies to get a 3 from the subject, just like in Russian classes in school. I struggle to understand why Jarek would want top grades from the subject.
WielkiPolak 51 | 784    
6 Dec 2017  #158

Poland's 'independent judiciary' shown here walking out of a meeting with PO politicians in July.

youtu.be/ZjczWWOMQYw

And some still wonder why PiS want to reform this corrupt mess.
jon357 70 | 12,793    
6 Dec 2017  #159

this corrupt mess.

It was better before, when it wasn't politicised and the actually could walk out of meetings with politicians.
kondzior 8 | 893    
7 Dec 2017  #160

You see nothing wrong with judges not being controlled by any democratically elected official? Its giving up democracy. What can the average voter do about judges? Nothing. Who elects judges? Other judges. How is that in any way shape or form democratic?
delphiandomine 87 | 15,756    
7 Dec 2017  #161

You see nothing wrong with judges not being controlled by any democratically elected official?

If politicians can't be trusted to interfere with the judiciary, then it's the best of a bad situation.

What is needed is reform of the court system to ensure that cases are heard in turn, while abandoning the idiotic 'protokol' system.
kondzior 8 | 893    
7 Dec 2017  #162

If politicians can't be trusted to interfere with the judiciary, then it's the best of a bad situation.

Dude, what planet are you from?

Judges, prosecutors and lawyers has always been the most hermetic corporation with it's root going deep into communist times.
And right now there's absolutely zero public control over what happens in judiciary branch of the state.

Jan Bury (an obvious crook) was able to be a member of Krajowa Rada Sądownictwa (office meant to control courts) for how many years exactly? And why nothing could have been done against him, even though there was a mountain of evidence collected? Why a judge didn't allow for him to be arrested?

Because it's one big "I scratch your back, you scratch mine" buddy-buddy system of corruption.




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