There is a judgment of the European Court of Human Rights in the case of Judge Pavé Jussin.

The European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg ruled on Thursday that the suspension of Judge Pavel Juscis by the Disciplinary Chamber of the Supreme Court for delivering the verdict violated his rights.

In the announced judgment, the ECtHR heard, among other things, that “serious irregularities occurred in the appointment of judges to the newly created Disciplinary Chamber of the Supreme Court, which suspended a judge from office to check the independence of another judge appointed on the recommendation of the reformed National Judicial Council (National Council. Judiciary)”. According to the Tribunal, the Disciplinary Chamber did not meet the criteria of a “court established by law”. As a result, the ECtHR ruled that “the suspension of a civil court judge for issuing a judicial decision violated his rights”.

The Disciplinary Chamber of the Supreme Court in May this year. Olstyn lifted the judge’s suspension. He was suspended two years ago in connection with disciplinary action against him.

Judge Juszczyszyn was legally suspended by the Disciplinary Chamber of the Supreme Court on 4 February 2020 in connection with the disciplinary proceedings against him. That too was reduced by 40 percent. His salary. He was removed from the judgment because, when examining an appeal in a civil case, he considered it necessary to decide whether a judge nominated by the current National Judicial Council was competent to judge in the first instance. In the published decision, he ordered the Speaker of the Sejm to provide, among other things. Letter of support from candidates for National Court Register.

May this year. Judge Piotr Gąciarek mentioned the case of Judge Juszczyszyn in the program “Onet Rano”: – It is good that an independent, brave judge like Juszczyszyn is back to work. Many judges are highly skeptical that he was suspended by an illegal chamber. I think it’s good. It must always be emphasized that this is a mock judgment. Nelson Mandela was not released from prison by a UN resolution or by the Pope, but by white racists. They did it not because they loved human rights, but because of international pressure and an internal crisis in South Africa. This is the same here. There was pressure, there was money, he was fired.

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