Protesters hold tied flags of the European Union and Poland during the demonstration.
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EU and Polish officials on Tuesday collided over a recent court ruling, which public a bitter disagreement over the rule of law and fundamental principles of the political and economic union.
Earlier this month, Poland’s highest court ruled die components of be EU law in direct conflict with its own constitution – in essence challenges the foundations of the European Union in An way that has never been done before.
This comes at a time when the EU as a whole is concerned met with a serious energy crisis, trade disputes and an exercise in the search for the soul over defense and security policy.
“We have been concerned over the independence of the [Polish] judiciary for “Unfortunately, the situation has deteriorated,” European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen told the European Parliament on Tuesday.
von der Leyen, who must now decide which course of to take action, said she was “deep” concerned”over the situation” in Poland.
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki not back down. Addressing the same European Parliament immediately after von der Leyen, he said his country “will not be intimidated,” according to Reuters. He added that the highest law in his country is the constitution.
The European Union was built on the principle that Member States follow An common rulebook, even though they keep the final say in some policy areas. This means, for for example that an EU country is free to make its own tax policy, but it should have one public debt and shortage in line with EU rules.
“We Can’t and Won’t” allow U.S common values to set up risk. The Commission will act,” von der Leyen said. The Commission can now legally challenge the decision of the Polish Supreme Court, of it can impose financial Fines.
“We must protect the Union” budget against breaches of the rule of law,” she said added.
Poland will soon get the coronavirus recovery funds from the EU worth about 30 billion euros ($34 billion) to deal with the consequences of the pandemic. This money will probably never be paid soon with the current bad blood.
To ask over Poland’s commitment to the EU resurfaced in the wake of the court’s decision.
The French minister of European Affairs Clément Beaune said earlier this month that the… decision out of Poland was “very serious” and adds to the risk of An possible leave the block.
However, the Poles people are predominant in favor of the European Union. eighty-seven percent of burgers said: in November that their country should remain a member of the European Union, according to one opinion poll.
The government, led by the conservative Law and Justice party, said it wants off the land membership of the EU a “win-win” situation. More in in general there are concerns over what the consequences of this court decision will be.
Meanwhile, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has said he supports the ruling of the Polish court. That country has also been at odds with the European Commission over the rule of law.
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