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I'm not totally sure this is answering your question, but since the EU has taken action against Poland on this matter, a related poll is probably a good proxy indicator. Respondents were also asked about the European Commission's conflict over Poland's judicial reform conflict. For that question, 22 percent of respondents viewed the European Commission's ...


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If the justice system turns out not to be as independent as one would have hoped (especially relative to the executive), parliamentary immunity acts as a safeguard for the legislators' independence: a regime of parliamentary inviolability is necessary in countries that do not provide their parliamentarians with adequate means of protection, especially ...


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How does granting immunity to an already imprisoned person fit with judicial independence? Judicial independence is a concept that protects the judiciary from undue influence by the other branches. Parliamentary immunity is a concept that protects the legislative from undue influence by the other branches. Parliamentary immunity doesn't support judicial ...


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Something that was not previously owned is not a shared resource. In many cases it is not even a known resource. Example: Someone invents a fabulous product, Thing A. Because the idea and its reduction to practice was not formerly known of by anyone, it was clearly not owned. Now the inventor of Thing A owns what was not previously owned. Did he steal from ...


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