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Poland pushes to replace Supreme Court judge who defied government
WARSAW (Reuters) - The Polish parliament adopted rules on Friday to expedite the naming of a new Supreme Court chief under a judicial overhaul by the ruling party that critics say undercuts democracy. FILE PHOTO: Head of the Poland's Supreme Court Malgorzata Gersdorf gives flowers to protesters dur
Poland's PKN Orlen says no plans to invest in nuclear now
WARSAW, July 20 (Reuters) - PKN Orlen has no current plans to invest in nuclear energy, a member of management board at the biggest Polish refiner said on Friday, but added the company would again look into the matter ahead.
Soviet monuments in Poland should be left to rot | Letter
Matthew Luxmoore’s article (Poles apart: the bitter conflict over a nation’s history, The long read, 13 July) contains a gross error likely to lead readers to misunderstand the Soviet Union’s true intentions during the second world war.
Poland: Value In The Face Of Political Risk
The Polish economy has been on a wild ride the past few years. With a GDP growth rate typically between 3-6%, the nation remains one of the fastest growing in Europe. Debt is relatively low, employment is high, and the currency is stable. In September of last year, FTSE Russell even officially chang
Poland stocks lower at close of trade; WIG30 down 0.10%
Investing.com – Poland stocks were lower after the close on Thursday, as losses in theBasic Materials,EnergyandTelecomssectors led shares lower.
Former or not? Polish judge enters Supreme Court at heart of dispute
WARSAW (Reuters) - Malgorzata Gersdorf, who the Polish government says is now retired but who insists her term as the Supreme Court head runs until 2020, walked into the court on Wednesday saying the situation was "very tense and dramatic". Police stand guard as people gather in an anti-government
Poland Industrial Production Grows More Than Forecast | Markets Insider
On a monthly basis, industrial production climbed 4.2 percent in June, above the expected rise of 3.5 percent.
Poland to Pull Fast One on EU in Push to `Purge' Top Court
Racing against EU efforts to stop the overhaul, parliament will begin debating rules on Thursday that ease the replacement of the Supreme Court’s chief justice and ratchet up pressure on other judges. While the government says the changes are needed to restore a sense of judicial fairness to ordinar
Poland honors satirist who said Jews create anti-Semitism
Ryszard Makowski, 62, was awarded the Gloria Artis Medal for Merit to Culture on Thursday along with 20 others by Culture Minister Piotr Gliński in Warsaw, the w Polityce news website reported. Makowski won the bronze medal, the lowest of three categories in the distinction awarded annually to artis
Trump-Putin meeting could have been worse, Poland says
WARSAW (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump's meeting with Vladimir Putin was not as bad as some feared, because Trump did not appear to have made concessions on Ukraine, Poland's prime minister said on Tuesday. FILE PHOTO: Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki arrives to deliver a speech dur
Catholic leader: Antisemitism in Poland resurfaced due to Holocaust law
THE PERIMETER fence of Auschwitz II-Birkenau is enveloped in a thick evening fog during the ceremonies marking the 73rd anniversary of the liberation of the camp and International Holocaust Remembrance Day, near Oswiecim, Poland, January 2018. (photo credit: KACPER PEMPEL/REUTERS)
Polish Judges Fight Forced Retirement
Poland's justices are being forced into retirement, but they're not going quietly. First President of the Supreme Court of Poland Małgorzata Gersdorf is leading the charge to refuse what she says is forced retirement after the Law and Justice Party changed the law to require judges to retire at age
Amazon's Prime Day faces worker strikes in Europe
Amazon said it expected only a fraction of its 12,000 workers in Germany to join the strike, and that there would be no impact on Prime Day deliveries.
Polish satirist who said Jews create anti-Semitism receives state honor - Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Ryszard Makowski, 62, on Thursday was awarded the Gloria Artis Medal for Merit to Culture along with 20 others from Polish Culture Minister Piotr Gliński in Warsaw, the wPolityce news websitereported. Makowski won the bronze medal, the lowest of three categories in the distinction awarded annually t
Amazon workers strike in Germany, joining action in Spain and Poland
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Thousands of workers will walk off the job on Tuesday at Amazon warehouses in Germany to demand better working conditions, joining colleagues in Spain and Poland in taking action that coincides with a major sales promotion. FILE PHOTO: A view of the new Amazon logistic center
Anti-Semitism has resurfaced due to Polish Holocaust law, Catholic leader says - Jewish Telegraphic Agency
WARSAW, Poland (JTA) — The former Roman Catholic Primate of Poland believes that because of the country’s recently passed Holocaust law and discussions around it, anti-Semitism in Poland has become a contemporary and current problem again.
Aurobindo Signs a Definitive Agreement to Acquire Apotex' Businesses in Poland, Czech Republic, the Netherlands, Spain and Belgium | Markets Insider
Acquisition will accelerate Aurobindo's European growth strategy, by strengthening its geographic reach and commercial infrastructure, particularly in the generics market ofEastern EuropeAcquisition will extend and diversify Aurobindo's European product portfolio by adding over 200 generics and more
Think about it: Poland and Israel: National narratives and myths
On June 27 Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki issued a joint statement against the background of the Polish parliament dropping paragraph 55a of the 1998 Act on the Institute of National Remembrance – Commission for the Prosecution of Crimes against the Po
Poland, Russia and monumental distrust
The 'monument to gratitude' to Soviet forces in Legnica, Poland, prior to its removal. Photograph: Matthew Luxmoore As the stepson of a former member of "General Anders' army", a group of Polish soldiers released from Stalin's gulags, who fought with the British in the Middle East and Italy, I rea
Poland's Iga Swiatek gains attention back home as she wins Wimbledon girls' singles title
Wimbledon girls’ singles Champion Iga Swiatek has become something of a media darling back in her native Poland due to the Polish footballers falling at the group stages of theWorld Cup. For many years one of the few grass courts that could be found in the country was in the British Embassy and she