Politics "EGMR judgment injured our system": Polish constitutional court rejects in parts EU Human Rights Convention
How Minsk became a mecca for migrants travelling as tourists
How Minsk became a mecca for migrants travelling as touristsSULAIMANIYA, Iraq/HAJNOWKA, Poland (Reuters) - When Kamaran Mohammed travelled with his wife and three children to the Belarus capital Minsk last month from their home in northern Iraq, they went as tourists.
The EGMR had convicted by Poland in May for "irregular" appointing of a judge. Critics accuse Poland to undermine the separation of powers.
The EU's Human Rights Convention on the Constitutional Court in Warsaw is not compatible with the Polish Constitution.
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Poland uses water cannon on hostile migrants throwing rocks at border: 'Force will be used'
Polish security forces are using water cannons against migrants in Belarus who are throwing rocks across the border, video shows. "Attention, attention, if you don't follow orders, force will be used against you," a loudspeaker message directed at migrants throwing objects said, according to the footage shown on Polish broadcaster TVP. UKRAINE WARNS RUSSIA SITUATION 'SERIOUSLY DETERIORATING,' SPEEDS UP NAVAL BASE CONSTRUCTION An estimated 4,000 migrants, mostly from the Middle East, have been congregating at the Belarus border for weeks in an attempt to make it into Poland.
" The Constitutional Court tilts the EGMR -Carriage that violates our system ", explained Deputy Minister of Justice Sebastian Kaleta at Twitter. The Polish Ministry of Justice had brought the case in front of the Constitutional Court after the EGMR had convicted in May because of the " Irregular " appointment of a constitutional judge. Critics intends to throw the government in Warsaw to undermine the independence of the judiciary and the separation of powers with their judicial reforms.
. Its task is to examine and punish violations of the European Convention on Human Rights. (AFP)
Mississippi asks Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade in blockbuster abortion case .
The state's legal argument is the sharpest framing yet of the dispute as Mississippi engages in a frontal assault on the right to abortion.The high court agreed in May to hear a challenge to Mississippi's ban on most abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy, giving its new, six-member conservative majority a chance to roll back the 1973 ruling that women have a constitutional right to abortion.