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The official visit of the Curia’s delegation, led by the Hungarian Chief Justice, at the Supreme Court of the Republic of Poland

On the invitation of Dr. hab. Małgorzata Manowska, First President of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Poland, Prof. Dr. András Zs. Varga, President of the Curia of Hungary, Prof. Dr. András Patyi, Vice-President of the Curia of Hungary in charge of ensuring uniform jurisprudence and Dr. Lilla Berkes, Director of the Curia’s Judge Royal Werbőczy István Research Institute paid an official visit to Warsaw on 27-29 October 2021 to pursue discussions at the Polish Supreme Court.

Communication from the President of the Curia

The President of the Curia reiterates that respect for the authority of the judiciary is a fundamental value of constitutional functioning and the rule of law. Respect for the decisions of the courts is an obligation not only for the winning party but also for the party who loses the case. Judicial decisions can, naturally, be challenged. Where remedies are available to redress an alleged error, they can be availed of. Within the framework of the available remedies any objective counterargument can be expressed.

The heads of the Curia of Hungary received a delegation of the LIBE Committee of the European Parliament

A delegation of the LIBE Committee [Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs] of the European Parliament visited the Curia of Hungary (“Curia”) on 30 September 2021, in the morning.

Placing great emphasis on the professional preparation of the courtesy visit of the delegation, the Curia devoted almost a week to preparatory works so that the delegation can be provided with sufficient information on the issues identified in advance as being of interest for the delegation.