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L’État de droit est mort, vive la « démocratie illibérale » ? Les populistes gagnent les élections parlementaires en Pologne

Abstract : The Rule of Law in Poland is definitely compromised. The populist majority reelected on October 13th enjoys a renewed mandate to pursue its controversial reform of the judiciary, but won’t be able to amend the Constitution. This means chaos, as major violations committed since 2015 are now bearing their fruit. After suppressing the independent judicial review, the populist government has created a new, parallel legal system. Unlawfully appointed judges render new decisions every day, adding to the existing complexity. From the constitutional point of view, Poland is now just one step away from a point of no return. What we are about to see, is a new “illiberal democracy” coming into life at the very heart of Europe.
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Wojciech Zagorski. L’État de droit est mort, vive la « démocratie illibérale » ? Les populistes gagnent les élections parlementaires en Pologne. 2019, https://blog.juspoliticum.com/2019/10/25/letat-de-droit-est-mort-vive-la-democratie-illiberale-les-populistes-gagnent-les-elections-parlementaires-en-pologne-par-wojciech-zagorski/. ⟨hal-03198005⟩

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