The European Commission last Friday decided to instigate the second stage of proceedings for rule of law violations against Poland as a result of Polish constitutional court rulings last year on the primacy of Polish constitutional law over EU law. The Polish court ruled that the European Court of Justice’s (ECJ) rulings with regard to […]
Polish MEP and Deputy Justice Minister Patryk Jaki spoke with Remix News at CPAC in Hungary about the current challenges facing Poland over rule of law and the importance of maintaining ties with Hungary
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
Germany’s conformist left-liberal media landscape is generally supportive of any punitive action taken against Hungary and Poland, but a number of Der Freitag’s articles have harshly criticized the EU’s approach to both countries
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).
Remix News conducted an exclusive interview with Spanish conservative MEP Hermann Tertsch. Hermann Tertsch is a journalist, member of the editorial board of La Gaceta de la Iberosfera, and a Vox MEP since 2019. In the 1980s, he worked as the Spanish press agency’s correspondent in Vienne, covering Central and Eastern Europe, and was later El País’ correspondent in Bonn and Warsaw. Starting from the 1990s and until the year 2019, Hermann Tertsch worked with a number of major Spanish media outlets. In the European Parliament, he is a member of the ECR Group and vice-chair of the Delegation to the Euro-Latin American Parliamentary Assembly (DLAT).
Despite threats that the EU could cut funding to Poland, Poland’s prime minister is not backing down on a major battle to determine whether Poland has a sovereign legal system or whether it is subordinate to the EU’s
The chapter on Hungary of the European Commission’s rule of law report displays the same double standards Brussels has subjected the country to in recent years, Justice Minister Judit Varga told daily Magyar Nemzet
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