Tag Archives: Poland

EU Considers Legal and Financial Response to Poland

The European Commission is considering possible legal and financial responses after Poland’s constitutional court challenged the rule of law in the European Union, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said Tuesday. Speaking at a meeting of EU lawmakers in Strasbourg, von der Leyen said the Polish court’s decision earlier …

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Will Poland Leave the European Union?

About 100,000 people gathered in Warsaw on Sunday (10/10) to show support for Poland’s membership in the European Union. Among those in attendance was Donald Tusk – the former president of the Council of Europe, who now heads the opposition Civic Platform party. “What drives us all here today? A …

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Will Poland Leave the European Union?

European Union officials warned that the bloc was “at risk of collapse” unless they agreed to challenge Poland’s Constitutional Court decision not to recognize the rule of law of the European Union, which is seen as a key pillar of European integration. Vera Jourova, EU commissioner from the Czech Republic, …

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Tsimanouskaya Arrives at Tokyo Airport to Fly to Poland

Belarusian Olympic athlete Krystsina Tsimanouskaya arrives at Tokyo’s Narita International Airport Wednesday (4/8), before her flight to Warsaw after Poland granted her a humanitarian visa. Tsimanouskaya, who clashed with officials from her team at the Tokyo Olympics, said Tuesday they “made clear” she would face punishment if she returned to …

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