On 6 and 7 July 2023, the Council of State welcomed a delegation from the Polish Supreme Administrative Court (Naczelny Sad Administracyjny)*, led by its president, Jacek Chlebny. An initial bilateral working seminar was held in Warsaw in September 2019.
At this meeting, the two institutions discussed three topics of common interest. The first round table dealt with the right to health and protection of public freedoms. Discussions then continued on the drafting of administrative court rulings. Finally, each of the delegations presented the place of emergency procedures in their administrative jurisdiction.
Like France, Poland has an autonomous administrative court system. There are two levels: the Supreme Administrative Court and 16 provincial administrative courts. The Supreme Administrative Court has no advisory powers comparable to those of the Council of State.