warschau - The Polish ruling Conservative Party of Justice and Justice (PiS) adheres to its plans to reform the judicial system, but waits President Andrzej Duda's proposals before taking further action. That said Party leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski Thursday.
Kaczynski told TV channel TV Trwam that Duda's veto over two parts of the law to reform the Supreme Court and the National Council of Judiciary was a 'very serious mistake' but now emphasis must be placed on how further to go. 'This means that a reform will come, a partial reform will not change anything,' Kaszynski said.
Duda said earlier this week that he will submit his own bill within two months to review the judicial system.