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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.
Poland's president has said he has decided to send a key bill reforming the disciplinary regime for judges to the Constitutional Tribunal (TK) for an evaluation before signing it into law.
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.
Legislation on the Polish Supreme Court now in parliament is a crucial step towards meeting “milestones” needed for Poland to gain access to billions of euros in EU funding, the spokesperson for the European Commission (EC) said on Thursday.
The Sejm, the lower house of Poland's parliament, has rejected all of the amendments introduced by the Senate to a Supreme Court bill, a regulation prepared in order to increase Poland's chances of getting its long-awaited EU post-pandemic recovery funds.
Poland's justice minister called on the prime minister on Wednesday to stop work on an amendment to the Supreme Court law, which could unlock EU post-pandemic funding.
Poland's European affairs minister said on Wednesday he expected the Sejm, Poland's lower house of parliament, to reject amendments introduced by the upper house, the Senate, to a bill on the Supreme Court.
The Senate, the upper house of the Polish parliament, on Tuesday evening passed a new law regulating the work of Poland's Supreme Court with 14 amendments.
Poland's EU minister has warned senators that they risk torpedoing Poland's chances of accessing an EU post-pandemic fund if they submit amendments to a new law on the Polish Supreme Court designed to unblock the funding,