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EU's resolution "biased"
November 17, 2017   
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Ryszard Legutko
All Polish dailies report about the adoption of a resolution expressing concerns over Poland's rule of law by the European Parliament on Wednesday. Poland thus found itself one step closer to becoming the subject of the so-called EU's Article 7 procedure that could entail major sanctions for the member state, including suspension of voting rights within the bloc.
The resolution was fiercely criticized by the country's ruling party Law and Justice (PiS) deputies to the European Parliament, with PiS MEP Ryszard Legutko accusing the deputy head of the EC and the European Commissioner for the Rule of Law Franz Timmermans of being biased. Timmermans is only eager to chastise Poland while ignoring Spain's current problems with the rule of law amid the Catalan crisis, or Malta's corruption scandals, Legutko pointed out.
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