The EU will use all its powers to defend the primacy of European law

The vote of the Polish Constitutional Court against European law has unleashed the alarms in the European Union but also in the opposition to the Ultranationali

The EU will use all its powers to defend the primacy of European law

The vote of the Polish Constitutional Court against European law has unleashed the alarms in the European Union but also in the opposition to the Ultranationalist Government of the Party Law and Justice (PIS), which is considered responsible for a ruling vitiated by their interference in the power of attorney. Protest demonstrations have already been convened and the first one will be headed by the former president of the European Council Donald Tusk.

"I make an appeal to all who want to defend a European Poland to come on Sunday at 6:00 p.m. to Schlosplatz," Tusk wrote on Twitter. "Only united we can stop that verdict," added Tusk, who after leaving Community policy returned to Poland to join the opposition forces against the Pis of Jaroslaw Kazcynski. Currently, TUSK plasters interim the first opposition match, civic platform (PO).

The Polish TC failure is of enormous transcendence. By not recognizing the prevalence of the EU legal system, it releases the Government of the PIS from its fulfillment and blesses the reforms undertaken to redefine the rule of right under a manipulated constitution. It has been a senior as an executive and that explains that the Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, gave him welcome this Friday. "Our National Constitution is superior to any other body of law, including that of the EU, and that is what confirms the judgment of the TC, which Poland has the same rights as other European countries and wants them to be respected," said Morawiecki. Implicitly to Spain.

In its already prolonging confrontation with Brussels, the argument to which Poland resorts to defend the reforms of its judicial system and very specifically the election of the judges is that it is inspired by Spanish and is governed by the same principles.

"The EU has nothing to say in the issues of Polish judicial power, hence the sentence has been obvious," said Kazcynski shortly after announcing the ruling.

"All sentences by the EU Court of Justice are binding for the authorities of all Member States, including national courts," said the Chairperson of the European Commission, Ursula von der Limen.

In its letter, read by the spokesman of the Community Executive, Erich Mamer, the President informed that he has instructed the services of the Commission to analyze failure thoroughly and quickly and that will be on this basis on which they will be decided The next steps. Von Der Leyen insisted that "EU law has primacy on the national, including constitutional provisions" and recalled that "this is what all EU Member States have signed." For that reason, she said, "We will use all the powers we have under the treaties to guarantee it."

The Government of the PIS, to the clash with the Community Executive from practically his arrival to power in 2015, has bet strongly seeking a CT failure that places the country on the verge of legal breakdown with the EU. It is played more than what it contributes and only in the funds for reconstruction after the pandemic of Coronavirus is about 50,000 million euros, an amount that, following the established rule, is conditioned on the rule of law.

Maybe that's why the Polish Premier reiterated this will to continue at the Club: "Clearly that Poland's place is and will be in the European family of nations."

Updated Date: 09 October 2021, 16:42

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