EU Internal Market Commissioner Thierry Breton said he “does not believe for a second that there will be polexit”. His words are a reaction to the judgment of the Polish Constitutional Court on Thursday, which ruled that some provisions of European Union law are inconsistent with the Polish constitution.
The TK in its entirety, chaired by president Julia Przyłębska, dealt on Thursday with the matter initiated by Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki at the end of March, concerning the constitutionality of some of the provisions of the Treaty on European Union. On that day, the Constitutional Tribunal found in a judgment that some of the EU regulations asked by the head of government are inconsistent with the constitution
EU internal market commissioner Thierry Breton said on Monday that he “does not believe for a second that there will be polexit” after last week’s Constitutional Court ruling. On radio France Inter Breton he added that the European Commission is waiting “for a written decision (…) and then we will analyze it”.
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Manifestations in defense of Poland’s presence in the European Union
On Sunday, many Polish cities and towns took place pro-EU manifestations. This is a reaction to the judgment of the Constitutional Tribunal which found that some provisions of EU law are inconsistent with the Polish constitution. Main Warsaw demonstration convened by Donald Tusk, leader of the Civic Platform.
Manifestations after the judgment of the Constitutional Tribunal
“There is still blood on the band I’m wearing. That’s why I have the right to scream out loud”. Speeches by participants of the Warsaw Uprising
Main photo source: Thierry ROGE / EU