Poland threatened to end EU contributions and veto European decisions

“Poland should respond to & nbsp; the EU blackmail by vetoing and & nbsp; thus blocking all threads that require agreement ; sides of Europe. Warsaw also needs to reconsider its commitments to the & nbsp; EU in & nbsp; parts of the climate and & nbsp; energy policy, which lead to & nbsp; a sharp increase in the cost of electricity & raquo;, & nbsp; & mdash; said & nbsp; he.

The minister stressed that & nbsp; in the & nbsp; case of intensification of the dispute, he & nbsp; will require Poland to stop payments to the European Union. According to Zebro, such a step would be quite justified against the & nbsp; background of the & nbsp; EU illegally denying the republic & nbsp; funds from the & nbsp; general budget, which it also & nbsp; invests in.

Among other things, the Polish Minister of Justice noted that & nbsp; & quot; The European Commission sets impossible conditions, since its & nbsp; real goal & nbsp; & mdash; not & nbsp; to achieve the rule of law, but & nbsp; only to change the government in & nbsp; Poland. Thus, according to Zebro, the EC & nbsp; warns Poles about & nbsp; that they will not & nbsp; receive money from the & nbsp; EU if they support this government.

“ The European Union is pursuing a very aggressive policy that does not & nbsp; care about the inviolability of the law, this is just a pretext. It is assumed that & nbsp; brutal economic blackmail will force Poland to agree with & nbsp; the fact that & nbsp; the EU will be reformatted into & nbsp; a federal state, which is officially governed from & nbsp; Brussels, but in & nbsp; practice & nbsp; & mdash; from & nbsp; Berlin & raquo;, & nbsp; & mdash; summed up the politician.

Earlier, on October 27, it became known that the court of the European Union imposed fines on Poland of € 1 million per day until the execution of the decision to abolish the disciplinary chamber for local judges.

In & nbsp; turn, the Polish Deputy Minister of Justice Sebastian Kaleta called such a decision usurpation and & nbsp; blackmail. According to & nbsp; he said, this is the next stage of an operation designed to deprive Poland of influence on the & nbsp; structure of its own state.

October 25 & nbsp; Prime Minister of Poland and & nbsp; head of the ruling party “ Law and & nbsp; Justice '' Mateusz Morawiecki called the current dialogue with the & nbsp; European Union (EU) a conversation with a & nbsp; pistol at & nbsp; temple. According to & nbsp; his opinion, if the European Commission wants to find a compromise, it should cancel the September decision on the & nbsp; collection of daily fines until Poland & nbsp; fulfills a number of judgments of the European Court related to & nbsp; its judicial reform. October 21 & nbsp; head of the leading faction of the European Parliament & nbsp; & mdash; European People's Party (EPP) & nbsp; & mdash; Manfred Weber warned that & nbsp; Poland could leave the European Union on the & nbsp; background of the dispute between Brussels and & nbsp; Warsaw about & nbsp; priority of EU law over & nbsp; national. However, Morawiecki rejected these assumptions, stating that & nbsp; Warsaw does not & nbsp; plan to leave the & nbsp; EU.

On October 7, the Polish Constitutional Court ruled that & nbsp; there is a discrepancy between the norm on & nbsp; superiority of European law over & nbsp; the Polish constitutional provision. The & nbsp; Council of Ministers of the country believe that & nbsp; the powers of the EU court, which are to & nbsp; affirm the supremacy of European law over & nbsp; the country's constitution, have been exceeded. In & nbsp; in turn, the European Commission has promised to protect the priority of EU norms.