Warsaw: Poland’s human rights chief, Adam Bodner, has criticized the European Union’s slow response to the rule of law, warning in an interview that Poland is in danger of becoming “undemocratic”.
The ombudsman told AFP that the governing people were “one by one trying to disable or control the additional power mechanisms”.
The 44-year-old law professor spoke to AFP last week following a constitutional court ruling in April ordering him to step down within weeks.
He said the Law and Justice (PES) party, which has been in power since 2015, “undermines the role of parliament, which has largely undermined the constitutional court, the prosecutor’s office, the public media as well as some judicial bodies.” Has helped. “