The European Network of Councils for the Judiciary will take a vote on 17 September on whether to suspend Poland
And indeed Poland has been suspended. They've been stripped of their voting rights and barred from participating in any ENCJ business. According to the ENCJ:
"member states are free to organise their judicial systems in a way that they see fit, but there are some minimum standards that have to be complied with."
They said that the Polish KRS no longer fulfilled the requirement for judicial independence. They also said it was "a very sad day, as the KRS was one of the founding fathers of the network".
It's an example of how Poland is continuing to lose any real influence or power within the EU as they isolate themselves and diverge further and further from their co-members.