Critics say the Supreme Court legislation and two earlier bills destroy judicial independence and threaten democracy. The Polish government's move to overhaul its Supreme Court - to politicise it - has been approved. Last week, parliament passed another bill that ends the terms of current members of the National Council of the Judiciary, one of the main judicial bodies, and gives parliament the power to choose 15 of its 25 members.
He's played erratically all year, struggling with his driver and his putter and missing cuts in three of the last four tournaments. "When you feel like you're playing well and you get the wrong side of the draw and you feel like the best you can finish is 10th, it's a bitter pill to swallow", Rory McIlroy said Wednesday.
The Pretoria-born player has previously had four top-five finishes at majors, including a third place at the PGA Championship in 2015. Branden Grace put together a magical round on Saturday at Royal Birkdale , becoming the first player in major championship history to shoot a 62.
The 24-year-old striker flew in to Heathrow airport on Thursday morning to complete his move from Real Madrid for an initial £58m fee, which could rise to £70m according to Sky sources. "I remember talking to my dad then and him saying 'This guy (Conte) is going to win the League there (in England)". "In January, the Costa situation was made very clear".
Bayern Munich have bowed out of the chase, but PSG are the ones who are doing all the running to secure the signature of the Chilean this summer at the moment. PSG manager Unai Emery has strongly hinted at a move for at least one of the players, however, saying: 'PSG wants the best players in the world, who are in the best clubs in the world.
According to Sky Sports , when asked about Liverpool's rumoured £66M move for the Guinea global, the former Borussia Dortmund boss replied "Are we in Vegas?". "In contrast, Southampton's Virgil van Dijk , another target Liverpool are trying to lure to Anfield, is the only centre back they are interested in".