„Inevitability of even lenient punishment is more important than its severity. Rigid sanctions should be considered with great caution. The court ought to have the necessary flexibility in imposing a penalty, so that it can each time adjust it to the circumstances of a given case,” write advocates Małgorzata Mączka-Pacholak and Paweł Osik in their commentary on the amendments to Polish traffic law.
“The right to appeal a decision issued by a state body is one of the most fundamental human rights and students should not be limited in exercising it either. Unfortunately, at the moment, there is no such procedure which would guarantee compliance with such a right to students who take up their maturity exams,” said advocate Paweł Osik on Radio TOK FM.