Poland Faces EU Backlash Over Judicial Reforms
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Poland's prime minister has defended judicial reforms in his country, which require judges to retire when they turn sixty-five. He claimed that communist-era judges still sit in the country's Supreme Court.
The EU has accused Poland trying to control the judiciary and subvert democratic standards, with 40% of Supreme Court judges expected to be forced out.
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(Photo: Protests against Polish judicial reforms, Credit: EPA)