Poland’s president has unveiled new proposals for an overhaul of the country’s judicial system. For the European Union, the proposals serve as critical pointers of whether Warsaw plans to adhere to rule-of-law standards. In July, the Polish leader unexpectedly vetoed the country's first proposed overhaul after they triggered nationwide protests and raised international concerns about political interference in the country’s courts.
Gulliver Cragg reports from Warsaw.
Associate Researcher, LSE IDEAS