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The process of restoring the rule of law. Judge Włodzimierz Wróbel comments

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Today, I do not see any particular threats to the process of restoring the rule of law – said professor Włodzimierz Wróbel, judge of the Criminal Chamber of the Supreme Court, in “Tak jest” on TVN24. He stated that “this series cannot be rushed, because then something may be done wrong or not in a lasting way.”

Professor Włodzimierz Wróbel, judge of the Criminal Chamber of the Supreme Court and lecturer at the Jagiellonian University, was asked in the “Tak jest” program on TVN24 about his assessment of activities related to restoring the rule of law.

– I think what we need is patience and consistency. I have the impression that today we are all used to such films with very quick editing. If you have been dismantling the state into its prime factors for eight years and destroying various institutions, you cannot rush this series, because then you may either do something wrong or not in a lasting way – he said.

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– Today, I do not see any particular threats to this process of restoring the rule of law – he said.

– I think that a characteristic feature of (…) this new scenario that we all have to learn, i.e. how to leave an authoritarian state and return to a law-abiding state, is the element of judicial control over this process. This means that all the actions that are taken are taken in a way that is also intended to ensure judicial control of these actions. Because they are often innovative and must be so because there are a number of elements of this country that do not want to cooperate in restoring the rule of law – continued Professor Wróbel.

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