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Wednesday, 15 January 2020 - Strasbourg Provisional edition

Ongoing hearings under article 7(1) of the TEU regarding Poland (debate)
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  Anna Júlia Donáth (Renew), blue-card question. – Mr Jaki, I know you are really good – like your Hungarian friends – on pinpointing other Member States, but let’s get back to the Polish issue.

Today, as you are well aware because you were there, the Polish judges presented in Parliament the changes to the Polish court system. Elements of these are against EU law, as confirmed by the European Court of Justice – such as the disciplinary courts. My question is this: what public consultation preceded the adoption of the law? According to the judges, there was none. Will your government amend the law according to the European Court of Justice decision, or will you follow your Hungarian Government friends and ignore the Court’s decision, like always?

 
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