Following news that the EU was trying to remove the word “Christmas” from all official text — a move condemned by Pope Francis — more information is rolling in about attempts to keep reference to the Christian day of celebration out of European Parliament. Polish news outlet Dorzeczy.pl has published a controversial email that was […]
The hostile response to Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki’s speech in the European Parliament shows that the EU will not back down and will continue to try to expand the competencies of its institutions, writes Aleksandra Rybińska
Katarina Barley – infamous for threatening to ‘financially starve Poland and Hungary’ – declared that Poland should not receive EU Recovery Fund money due to the Polish Constitutional Tribunal’s ruling
The European Parliament (EP) has criticized the German child welfare agency Jugendamt. The accusation was over discrimination of non-German parents in the case of divorce between a transnational couple.
Five years ago in the European elections the concept of “Spitzenkandidates” was presented as a democratic innovation. It created the illusion that the citizens are not voting for just a party but can directly affect the chief of the “European government”.
For some the soon-to-be outgoing President is an arrogant elitist, an enemy even. But that’s not fair, there are much bigger problems, like the functioning of the European Commission and Parliament itself.
Radek Vondráček (ANO) has distanced himself from the vote of ANO MEPs on sanction proceedings with Hungary because of the alleged threat to EU values. MPs of the SPD and ODS also stand on the side of Hungary.
The Polish opposition supporting the triggering of Article 7 against Hungary in the European Parliament (EP) is nothing to celebrate about. According to Krystyna Grzybowska, recent actions in the EP will finally make Hungarians and Poles stand closer together.
A group of Polish conservative journalists published an open letter to Hungarians. In the “September letter“ the journalists support independent Hungarian politics and apologize for Polish politicians taking part in the smear campaign against Hungary in the EU Parliament.
Eurocrats are trying to use abstinence from voting against Hungary as they trigger Article 7 of the Lisbon Treaty. This trick had been used previously, when voting out Ryszard Czarnecki as Vice President of the European Parliament.
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