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Poland, judges across Europe in the square against the reform of the justice

the WARSAW - at Least a thousand of the courts of poland have opened the procession, marching in a toga. At their side, the magistrates, Italian, German, Fren

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Poland, judges across Europe in the square against the reform of the justice
the WARSAW - at Least a thousand of the courts of poland have opened the procession, marching in a toga. At their side, the magistrates, Italian, German, French, Spanish, come in all by about twenty Countries of the european Union. The "march of a thousand robes" has run in silence today in the afternoon in the centre of Warsaw. With at least 25 participants.

was the most important event at european level to defend the independence of the judiciary is seriously threatened by the new laws of the government of the majority sovranista power from the autumn of 2015 in the largest country in eastern member of the Eu and Nato.

The law prepared by the ruling party PiS (nazionalpopulista, sovranista and eurosceptic) and approved last month by the Chamber of Polish establishing a strong political control on the judiciary and according to the Eu does not respect the european Treaties. It could still be rejected in the Senate, where the opposition has a weak majority.

"the Right to our independence", the "Law of Europe", we read in the banners held by the judges. The president of Iustitia, the association of judges of the Polish, which has promoted the march, Krystian Markiewicy said to the agency Reuters: "we're Not out to take to the streets in a toga to defend the right of everyone to have the guarantee of an independent justice, but we have decided to organize the event to protect the citizens".

are also many Italian magistrates of the Anm, and the Judiciary democratic and other organizations. "We call for the creation of a system of monitoring the respect of the values of the rule of law," said Marco Cappato , president of the Association Luca Coscioni, adding: "The aggressions against the rulers, the poles are not only an internal problem of the Country, but an attack on the freedom of all european citizens". Dunja Mijatovic, the commissioner for Human rights of the Council of Europe, denounces the law as a "means to silence any voice critical of the judges".

The supreme Court of poland has warned that "if it enters into force, we will exit the Eu". The executive said that "the reform only aims to make justice more efficient", accusing the judges, "which is not the responsibility of political and marching in the streets". Lasts answer of the judge, irish John McMenamin the procession of a thousand robes: "there we deploy in politics, we defend the rule of law".

"The Republic will fight always in defense of the freedom of information, to its readers and to all those who have at heart the principles of democracy and civil coexistence"

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