It is specified that the protests took place in over 100 towns and cities, with some 100,000 people in the capital, Warsaw. The opposition politicians, activists, and artists took part in the demonstrations.
The protests took place as the court rejected the main principle of the EU law primacy over national legislation.
However, Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki defended the court’s decision.
"We have the same rights as other countries. We want these rights to be respected," he stated.
In his turn, Donald Tusk, former president of the European Council and leader of the opposition party Civic Platform has urged people to “defend a European Poland”.
As we reported, a protest was taking place in Koncha-Zaspa, near the country house, where President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky now lives. Participants burned flares and put forward several demands.