I wouldn't reply Harry, because the latest news is that the Supreme Administrative Court has also agreed that the Constitutional Tribunal is the highest court in the country.
The Collegium of the NSA calls for respecting the independence of courts and tribunals in a democratic state of law, which is the Republic of Poland, the authorities are separate and independent from other authorities and uphold civil rights and freedoms.
Polonius, do you really want to see a situation emerge in which we have a war of laws? PiS cannot win - if they attempt to enforce law that the legal system refuses to recognise, then they will push Poland into the abyss for the sake of trying to maintain power.
We now have the situation that the Supreme Court, the Supreme Administrative Court, the Constitutional Tribunal and the Venice Commission have all ruled that the government are in the wrong and that they are obliged to immediately rectify the situation. The only support for the government comes from the public prosecution service (who are directly under the control of the government, and it took them three attempts to find a prosecutor willing to drop the case) and no-one else.
In this case, the judiciary constitute a separate branch of power in Poland and must be respected. The government is not above the rule of law, nor is it the only source of law.