Media mentions – European Power
A further exit of a member state after Brexit would be a disaster, but even more serious is a disintegration of the European Union from within
The decision is absurd. Poland, like all countries in the European Union, has signed a treaty that clearly states that European laws take precedence over national ones.
Migration is the most divisive dossier for the EU, only temporarily frozen by the pandemic. It remains a sensitive issue as the Member States have 27 different positions.
Above all, the new government in Berlin must lead the fight against the two biggest threats the EU will face in the near future: The rule of law and the further dismantling of democracy
The battle we have now is basically about will the EU allow this to happen, that populist, autocratic governments disregard the European standards & laws, leading to an erosion of the EU foundations
What is at stake is not Polexit, but the credibility and legitimacy of EU law and its key defender – the CJEU
PiS’s politicians are basically very anti-European, except that they do not want to leave the European Union politically, because they are well aware of the benefits
If we talk abstractly about corruption, it is one thing, but when people see its real dimensions in apartments and stacks of money, they get really angry and this resulted in Andrei Babiš’s loss