EU’s ‘Fit for 55’ project will slam European economy, warns former Polish PM
The European Commission’s ‘Fit for 55’ plan entails gigantic and unjustified social and economic costs, according to former Polish PM and PiS MEP Beata Szydło
Polish MEP: Poland will become a victim of EU’s climate ideas
The European Commission’s “Fit for 55” directives will lead to a social revolt, says Law and Justice MEP Jacek Saryusz-Wolski
Hungary says EU’s latest climate deal unacceptable
The European Commission’s latest “European Green Deal” iteration is unacceptable to Hungary, as it would burden consumers, not large polluters, cabinet minister Gergely Gulyás said on Thursday
EU forestry industry at loggerheads with Commission
Eleven EU member states signed a letter to Frans Timmermans, Deputy President of the European Commission, to rethink the unsustainable forestry policy.
Top EU official uses fake news to condemn Poland over LGBT rights
Polish deputy foreign minister decisively responded to Timmermans’s claims based on fake news and reiterated that there were no “LGBT free zones” in Poland
With Tusk gone, EU-Polish relations set to improve: PiS MEP
Revealed: candidacy of Michel blocked Timmermans’ election.
Liberal mayors of V4 capitals plan coalition against central governments
Mayors of V4 capitals clash with central governments.
Timmermans threatens Poland
Frans Timmermans, responsible for climate in the new European Commission, stated that if Poland wants to count on European solidarity, it must move away from coal-based energy.
Timmermans is creating conflicts, says Czarnecki
Ryszard Czarnecki, a senior MEP of the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) which is part of the European Conservative Reformers in the EP has criticized the EC’s VP Frans Timmermans for his behavior over Polish judicial reforms. In an interview for wpolityce.pl he accuses the EC official of attempting to push Poland around.
Timmermans interferes in Hungarian politics
The theoretically neutral Vice-President of the European Commission, the Dutch politician Frans Timmermans is interfering with Hungarian politics, Magyar Hírlap columnist Dániel Kacsoh writes.
Maroš Šefčovič will face Frans Timmermans from the Netherlands for the role of the leading candidate in the European elections. The Slovak commissioner is the perfect embodiment of the Eurosocialist’s problems.
Is God a Pole?
There have been so many positive developments for Poland in Europe recently, that Ryszard Czarnecki, Law and Justice MEP, asks: “Is God a Pole”?