Thousands in Poland protest government judicial reform plans

Thousands in Poland protest government judicial reform plansWARSAW, Poland (AP) — Thousands of government opponents protested in Warsaw and other cities in Poland on Sunday against new judicial reforms and future plans to change the Supreme Court.


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