A fully independent and efficient Constitutional Tribunal guarantees the existence of the real rights and freedoms of citizens in Poland.
The task is imposed on the Tribunal by the Constitution. The Constitutional Tribunal is an organ to adjudicate whether a particular limitation of the rights and freedoms was introduced in a correct way (by means of a statute), and whether it is proportional to the achieved goal.
Without such a possibility – or if the possibility to examine a case by the Tribunal were purely theoretical, as being quite distant in time – we would be in a situation when the rights and freedoms of citizens were dependent on the parliamentary majority.
The rights will become an element of the political diktat and not a reliable and independent constitutional reflection.