The Czech Republic has rejected yet another proposal of a compromise over the contested Turow lignite mine that the Czechs claim endangers their ground waters.
The Prosecutor General has asked Poland's top court to check whether legal provisions under which the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) imposed penalties on Poland are compatible with the Polish Constitution.
The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has begun its hearing on the case of the Turow lignite mine, near the Czech border.
Poland cannot and should not pay a single zloty in fines both in the Turow case and the case concerning changes to the judiciary, the minister of justice said on Thursday.
Poland will scrap in its current form a disciplinary panel for judges that lies at the centre of a dispute between Brussels and Warsaw, Poland’s minister for European affairs said on Thursday.
The deputy speaker of the Polish parliament has said there is no need to panic after the European Court of Justice (CJEU) imposed EUR 1 million daily fine on Poland for not suspending the Disciplinary Chamber of the country's Supreme Court.
The European Commission (EC) has written to Poland requesting urgent evidence that the Turów open-cast lignite mine near the Czech border has been shut down in line with an order by the European Court of Justice (CJEU), an EC spokesman said on Tuesday.
Poland's Solidarity Union launched a protest on Friday in Luxembourg against an EU Court of Justice (CJEU) ruling ordaining the closure of an opencast lignite mine close to the Czech border.
The European Commission will issue an "in due time" payment request, calling on Poland to pay a penalty imposed by the EU's top court for failing to suspend operations at the Turow lignite mine, a Commission spokesman said on Monday.
The deputy head of Foreign Affairs Ministry said he hoped for an even more intense cooperation with Czechia if the winning SPOLU (Together) coalition co-forms the government.