With Poland openly defying the European Commission decision not to extend the embargo on Ukrainian grain, there are questions as to how the EU will respond. However, according to Polish commercial radio RMF, the European Commission will not be hurrying with such actions before the Polish general election, which is to take place on Oct.15. […]
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled on Thursday that Poland’s forest management law violates the EU animal and bird settlement directive and prevents environmental organizations from questioning the government’s afforestation plans
Małgorzata Paprocka has criticized Ursula von der Leyen and the European Commission for continuing to fine Poland even though Poland has fulfilled the three demands made in a European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruling
Remix News conducted an exclusive interview with Polish conservative MEP Patryk Jaki. Patryk Jaki is a member of Justice Minister Zbigniew Ziobro’s United Poland (Solidarna Polska) party, and he was vice-minister of justice from 2015 to 2019. In 2018, he was the candidate for mayor of Warsaw of the United Right coalition led by Law and Justice (PiS).
The Polish Constitutional Tribunal’s Oct. 7 ruling reaffirming the primacy of the constitution over the rulings of the European Court of Justice has provoked angry reactions in Europe, but one major EU country stands out from the crowd
According to Poland’s deputy foreign minister, Poland has done absolutely everything in its power to reach a good agreement with Czechia in the dispute over lignite mine that shaken relations between the two Visegrád Four allied countries
According to unofficial reports, PiS politicians are upset that Czechia’s complaint to the European Court of Justice over the Turów lignite mine has resulted in the court’s decision to fine Poland €500,000 per day
Polish Justice Minister Zbigniew Ziobro strongly criticized the verdict of the European Court of Justice on the Polish Supreme Court judge selection process, emphasizing its incompatibility with the Polish constitution
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has maintained its verdict that the Polish government is to suspend its judiciary reforms. Meanwhile President Andrzej Duda signed the amendments to the judiciary reform bill on Monday evening.
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