lunedì 24 luglio 2017
The row about the planned reform of the judiciary in Poland is religiously charged. It exposes the close relationship between the ruling Law and Justice Party (PiS) and the country's conservative clergy. A 32-meter high statue of Christ reaches into the heavens in Swiebodzin Poland. Before him stands a cross. Is Poland's controversial judicial reform, which tens of thousands have taken to the city streets to protest, compatible with the Catholic faith? This may, at first glance, seem like a politically irrelevant (...)