February 2, (bbabo.net). The first president of the Polish Supreme Court, Malgorzata Manowska, said that Poland is on the verge of anarchy due to flaring legal conflicts between branches of government. This was reported by the Polish news publication Onet.
In an interview with the publication, Manovskaya noted: “It is not yet in full force and not in full glory, but we definitely have the beginnings of anarchy.” According to her, the reason was the confrontation between the new party in power and the old one that had gone into opposition. Manowska notes that formerly appointed members of Poland's courts and the country's new Prime Minister Donald Tusk are constantly exchanging accusations, thus creating legal conflicts.
“The current situation is tragic, but if we don’t sit down, talk and agree on certain border conditions, Poland could end up very badly. Such hostility on both sides must stop,” Manowska said.
According to the Chairman of the Supreme Court, “there would certainly be less chaos” if every state body and authority did what it should and respected its powers.
Manowska added that Poland is on the brink of an abyss, and she is “truly terrified of what could happen in the future.”
On January 25, the leader of Poland's largest opposition party, Law and Justice (PiS), Jaroslaw Kaczynski, called for early parliamentary elections in the republic. According to him, “the behavior of representatives of the ruling coalition is lawless.”