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Attack on police officer, confusion over Biden, decision on PiS MP: Five things worth knowing on Thursday, July 4

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In Bolesławiec, a young man shot a policeman in the head. The parliamentary committee voted to strip the immunity of Marcin Romanowski, a member of the Sovereign Polish parliament. The media in the US write about Joe Biden's uncertain future, the White House reacts. Here are five things worth knowing on Thursday, July 4.

1. Policeman shot in the head in Bolesławiec

In Bolesławiec (Lower Silesia), a policeman was shot in the head after being called to an aggressive man who was demolishing an apartment. The officer was transported to hospital. The 20-year-old attacker took his own life, the police reported.

Kamil Barczyk, director of St. Luke's Hospital in Bolesławiec, reported that the policeman had a gunshot wound to his face, was conscious and had good circulation and breathing. He added that the man was transferred for urgent surgery. – The patient's condition was stable when he left our hospital and this is the most important information for us – he added.

READ ALSO: Bolesławiec. Policeman shot in the head

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In Bolesławiec, a young man shot a policeman in the head.TVN24

2. Media on Biden's future

President Joe Biden admitted in a private conversation with his associate that the next few days “will be crucial” for his campaign and “whether he will be able to save his candidacy” in November elections – reports CNN, citing an informant from the president's close circle USA.

– He sees this moment. He is aware of it – the CNN source said. Similar information, based on a conversation with a “leading ally” of the US president, was published by the New York Times. The White House denied the newspaper's reports.

READ ALSO: What about Biden's future as a candidate? White House responds to media reports

3. Orban's humiliated government

European Commission representatives will not visit Budapest in July, and a personal meeting of commissioners with members of the Hungarian government has been postponed until an unspecified date in September, Hungarian media reported in recent days. Orban will probably not deliver a speech to the European Parliament at its inaugural session (July 16) due to the tight schedule.

Viktor Orban's government, already at the beginning of the presidency Hungarian in the European Union, suffered two serious humiliations from the European Commission and the European Parliament, says former Hungarian foreign minister Peter Balazs.

READ ALSO: Viktor Orban's government “humiliated twice”

4. Illegally held disciplinary case files

During the search of the office of the deputy disciplinary spokesmen, all illegally held procedural files of disciplinary cases were secured – informed the spokeswoman of the Prosecutor General, prosecutor Anna Adamiak. This concerns the offices of judges Przemysław Radzik, Michał Lasota and Jakub Iwaniec.

On Wednesday, the neo-NCJ announced on social media that “the police and prosecutor entered the National Council of the Judiciary's office unannounced and demanded the release of disciplinary spokespersons' documentation in their absence.” Adamiak emphasized that the activities were carried out in the offices of the deputy disciplinary spokespersons, which are located at the address of the National Council of the Judiciary, but not in the premises occupied by the National Council of the Judiciary.

READ ALSO: Police and prosecutor in the offices of Radzik, Lasota and Iwaniec

5. The parliamentary committee supports the removal of Romanowski's immunity

The Rules, Deputies' Affairs and Immunities Committee will submit to the Sejm a proposal to accept the motion of the National Prosecutor's Office for consent to bring criminal charges against Marcin Romanowski, a member of parliament from Sovereign Poland – the committee chairman informed after several hours of deliberations.

The same is to be done with regard to the arrest and temporary detention of a politician. According to the announcement of the Speaker of the Chamber Szymon Hołowniathe Sejm is to consider the motion at its next session on July 11-12.

READ ALSO: There is a decision of the committee regarding MP Marcin Romanowski

PiS MP Marcin Romanowski on the parliamentary committeePAP/Radek Parsley

Main image source: TVN24



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