I don't know where is best to post this, but this is exactly the kind of people that PiS consider to be appropriate legal representatives.
PiS appointed the new chairman of the Commission of Justice and Human Rights, Stanisław Piotrowicz.
Perhaps Mr Piotrowicz has a lot of experience, but this case from 15 years ago makes his presence in the Human Rights Commission surprising...
In November 2001, Stanislaw Piotrowicz, acting as a prosecutor in Krosno, discontinued the proceedings against a priest on suspicion of child molestation...
After complaining about the decision to halt prosecution, the prosecutor in Jaslo took over the case. Three years later, the 65-year-old priest was sentenced to two years in prison for molesting six girls. The Court confirmed that the priest put his hands under the shirt of girls and touched their breasts, put his hands into their underwear and touched their crotch, kissed them and inserted a finger into the vagina.
It gets worse, however.
Piotrowicz has been a prosecutor for years. In 2013, Thomas Sekielski in his program "po prostu" on TVP revealed that in the 1980's, Piotrowicz, who was then a member of the PZPR, was the author of an indictment against Anthony Pikula, who was a dissident accused of distributing samizdat publications. In 1984 Piotrowicz was even awarded the Bronze Cross of Merit.
In short : PiS feel that it's appropriate for a Communist prosecutor to be leading a commision dealing with Justice and Human Rights.
You can't make this stuff up :D