Why is Poland demanding compensation from Germany? | TV Shows

From: Inside Story

The German authorities says the difficulty of World Struggle II reparations is ‘closed’.

Poland says it’ll demand $1.3 trillion from Germany for crimes dedicated throughout the second world warfare.

The transfer follows the discharge of a report on the price of the Nazi occupation of Poland from 1939 to 1945.

Poland’s right-wing authorities says the nation has not been totally compensated.

However Germany insists compensation was paid within the years that adopted the warfare and the difficulty of reparations is now closed.

So, what’s behind Poland’s transfer? Is politics concerned?

Presenter: Hashem Ahelbarra

Friends: 

Michal Rachon – Anchor at TVP Data and TVP World, Polish TV Information Channels

Ulrich Brueckner – Professor of Political Science at Stanford College

Maximilian Hess – Fellow on the Overseas Coverage Analysis Institute

Judges Under Pressure: Defending the rule of law in Poland | Courts

From: Witness

Judges who face disciplinary proceedings in Poland threat their freedom to defend the rule of regulation.

Two outstanding judges are beneath investigation by a brand new controversial disciplinary court docket in Poland.

Choose Igor Tuleya turns into the face of protests, holding workshops about judicial processes at rock festivals and talking passionately at demonstrations. Choose Waldemar Zurek refuses to take part in his disciplinary hearings and travels to the European Court docket of Justice in Brussels to current his case.

Since 2015, Poland’s governing Regulation and Justice (PiS) get together has been implementing controversial judicial reforms. The European Union says these reforms undermine judicial independence and the rule of regulation, cornerstones of democracy and EU membership.

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