A Polish opposition MEP has accused Poland’s government of violating the country’s constitution while the Court of Justice of the European Union is "safeguarding” it.
A ruling by Poland’s Constitutional Tribunal that found some provisions of the EU treaty to be incompatible with Poland's constitution will become law after it was published in the country's Journal of Laws.
EU internal market commissioner Thierry Breton said on Monday that he did not believe Poland would leave the EU.
Poland's recent Constitutional Tribunal ruling on the unconstitutionality of certain provisions of EU treaties may further strain the country's relations with the EU and could lead to delays in EU fund flows, which is a credit negative, Moody's wrote in a comment.
The possibility of Poland leaving the EU is a “myth” spread by the opposition, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki wrote on Twitter on Sunday evening.
Poles are evenly divided over whether the recent ruling of the Constitutional Court might trigger Polexit, a new poll shows.
Poland's constitutional court ruling strains relationship with the European Union and is credit negative, rating agency Moody's said in its October 8 report.
Poland's Senate On Friday adopted a resolution on the continued presence of Poland in the European Union after the country's highest court ruling challenged the supremacy of EU law a day earlier.
Poland's Justice Minister Zbigniew Ziobro has praised Thursday's ruling by the country's Constitutional Tribunal which suggested that Poland's constitution takes precedence before EU law.
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen on Friday said she was "deeply concerned" by a Polish Constitutional Tribunal ruling which questions the primacy of EU law over national legislation.