In all, 58 percent of Poles are against the departure from the veto principle in the EU, a recent poll has shown.
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 secretary general of Poland's ruling party, the conservative Law and Justice (PiS), has spoken against Germany's proposal to abandon the veto rule in the EU so that single member states could not block major decisions.
The Polish government has no plans at the moment to veto EU projects in order to pressure the European Commission into unlocking Poland’s access to billions of euros in EU pandemic-recovery funding, finance minister has said.
Poland's president has vetoed an amendment to an Education Act that critics claim could be used to ban from schools any organisation that fails to conform to the conservative values of the government.
US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan has said that President Joe Biden has appreciated the Polish president’s veto of a media law amendment, according to a press release of a National Security Council (NSC) spokesperson.
Polish President Andrzej Duda has vetoed a new media law that would curb the operation of US-owned television station TVN.
Just over 50 percent of Poles believe the Polish president should veto an amendment to a new media law that critics say targets the leading television group TVN, according to a new survey.
Poland's president has said in an interview with the Polska Times newspaper that he will consider his constitutional obligations when deciding whether to sign a media reform bill.
President Andrzej Duda has made it clear that he is ready to veto the new radio and television law in its current form over its potential negative impact on economic freedom and freedom of speech, Duda's chief aide has said.