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The European Court of Human Rights has ruled in the case of Judge Bauwe Joszczyn

The European Court of Human Rights has ruled in the case of Judge Bauwe Joszczyn

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On Thursday, the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg ruled that the suspension of the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg had ordered Judge Bauwe Joschizen to be suspended by the Disciplinary Chamber of the Supreme Court for a judicial ruling infringing his rights.

In the announced ruling, the European Court of Human Rights, inter alia, requested attention to “serious irregularities in the appointment of judges to the newly created Disciplinary Chamber of the Supreme Court, which suspended a judge from the functions of verifying the independence of another judge appointed on the recommendation of the Council.” The reformed National Council of the Judiciary (National Council of the Judiciary. Judiciary)”. The Court finds that the Disciplinary Chamber does not meet the criteria of a “court established by law”. Accordingly, the European Court of Human Rights has ruled that “sustaining a civil court judge from issuing a judicial ruling violates his rights.”

Disciplinary Chamber of the Supreme Court in May this year. Lift the Olsztyn judge’s suspension of his duties. He was suspended more than two years ago in connection with disciplinary action against him.

Judge Juszczyszyn was legally suspended from his duties by the Disciplinary Chamber of the Supreme Court on February 4, 2020 in connection with the disciplinary actions brought against him. It has also been reduced by 40 percent. his salary. He was removed from judgment because, while considering the appeal in a civil case, he considered it necessary to decide whether a judge appointed by the current National Council of the Judiciary was entitled to adjudication in the first instance. In the issued resolution, he ordered the House of Representatives Chancellery to submit, inter alia, the following: Letter of support from candidates to the Register of National Courts.

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