Opinia prawna na temat skarg kierowanych przez posłów do organów władzy sądowniczej
Legal opinion on complaints submitted to the judiciary by the Deputies to the Sejm, 1149-1115
The author of this opinion analyzes the possibility of recognition as Deputy’s intervention his/her application with a letter to the First President of the Supreme Court for “immediate intervention” in a particular case previously examined by the Supreme Court. In the opinion of the recipient, that document should be considered as a violation of independence of the judiciary. The author of the opinion comes to the conclusion that this letter goes beyond the regulation of the so-called Deputy’s intervention, due to the fact that judicial authorities are not those bodies to which – under this legal institution – Deputies may address their concerns. The said letter may also be viewed on the basis of the provisions of the Code of Administrative Procedure regarding the complaint. Analyzing the document in the context of the provisions of the Constitution, the author claims that the character of the letter may be the sign of actions taken to exert influence the decision-making process, which would be beyond the scope of the technical and administrative services (the so-called court administration).