There have already been threats to “starve Poles.” There were attempts to blackmail and now the time has come for legal action as the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has decreed that the so-called rule of law mechanism is legal and that EU funding can be suspended for countries which do not fulfill the European […]
The European Court of Justice’s own narrow definition of the rule-of-law ordinance may prove to be a valuable asset in Poland and Hungary’s case against the European Commission, writes Michał Karnowski for wPolityce.pl
The conflict between the European Commission and Poland over the judiciary has stopped being a legal conflict and became a political one instead, argues former MEP and professor of international law Genowefa Grabowska
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