The Polish Prime Minister called to explain the controversial judicial reform

The Polish Prime Minister called to explain the controversial judicial reform

After the thunderstorm following the decision of the Polish Constitutional Court questioning the importance of European law, the head of the Polish nationalist Conservative government, Matteo Moravic, will address a meeting of MEPs in Strasbourg on Tuesday.

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A face-off awaits the top of Europe. The head of the Polish nationalist Conservative government, Matteo Moravici, will speak at the MEP meeting in Strasbourg on Tuesday, October 19, at his request. In particular, he will be called upon to explain himself after the recent thunderstorm caused by the decision of the Polish Constitutional Court questioning the importance of European law. He will speak Commission President Ursula von der Lane will attend a scheduled discussion in the European Parliament this morning.

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The Polish leader is expected to stand firm in the semi-cycle of years of open struggle with Brussels over the years over controversial judicial reforms implemented by the right-wing People’s Party Law and Justice (PIS). Many MEPs are demanding that the commission initiate action against Warsaw for causing the suspension of payments to European funds.

The European Executive, as the custodian of the treaties, is preparing a response to the historic ruling of the Polish Constitutional Court on October 7. At the request of the Prime Minister, this court close to the ruling party ruled in favor of certain clauses of the EU treaty. “Incompatible” With the National Constitution.

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Questioning the primacy of European law was condemned in Brussels and in the European Parliament by member states such as France and Germany. This raised fears about “Polexit” and prompted tens of thousands of poles to show ties to the European Union. Hungary also announced support for crosshairs in Brussels and Warsaw for attacks on the rule of law. Poland currently sees – like Hungary – its stimulus plan blocked by the Commission for these questions of judicial independence and imminent recognition.

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