(Solidarity with Igor Tuleya. Amsterdam Court of Appeal, 6 June 2020)
"In hindsight the Silent March in Warsaw was no coincidence. It is also safe to say that the March was inevitable in the light of modern European history. The March was the culmination of a deeply felt concern of judges in Europe about the rapid and dangerous decline of the rule of law in Europe that needs a strong signal to the EU institutions. This clear and present danger justified judges to take part in a public protest, even when it needed the very unusual step to travel abroad, armed with their robes."
Presentation for IUSTITIA Webinar: The judiciary: possible ways of development - March of a Thousand Gowns a year later, January 18, 2021