Zbigniew Ziobro, the leader of Solidary Poland, a junior member of the ruling United Right coalition, has said that the party is changing its name to 'Sovereign Poland' amid the sovereignty risks posed by the EU.
Zbigniew Ziobro, the leader of Solidary Poland, a junior member of the ruling United Right coalition, has said that the party will change its name to 'Sovereign Poland' owing to the "sovereignty challenges" posed by the EU.
The European Commission's decision to take Poland to the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) over rulings questioning the primacy of EU law is a "planned attack on the Polish state," Poland's justice minister said on Wednesday.
Junior ruling party Solidary Poland (SP) has moved to the EP head for the introduction of legislation preventing MEPs from intransparent relations with non-EU countries.
The leader of a small Eurosceptic ally in Poland's ruling United Right coalition has praised the president's decision to refer a judiciary reform bill to the Constitutional Tribunal for an evaluation.
A small Eurosceptic ally in Poland's ruling United Right coalition has appealed to the country's president to veto a recently-passed reform that is meant to meet EU requirements for the release of billions of euros in post-pandemic recovery funding for Poland.
The government disagrees with the country’s justice minister over his assessment of the financial impact of the EU recovery funds due to Poland under its national recovery plan (KPO), the government’s spokesman has said.
The governing party Law and Justice (PiS) is hoping the opposition backs a bill amending the law on the Supreme Court that could unlock Poland's access to billions of euros in EU funding frozen for months due to rule-of-law concerns, the party's spokesperson has said.
Poland's United Right governing coalition exposed a crack on Wednesday in a vote on a Supreme Court bill that was meant to quell Brussels' concerns over the rule of law in Poland.
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