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Article 7 to be suspended?
March 1, 2018   
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Frans Timmermans
The Polish government is running out of time to address the country's rule of law issues; the European Commission received no signals that Poland will meet a March 20 deadline to present solutions to issues with judiciary reform, deputy head of EC Franz Timmermans said following the debate of EU ministers on the issue.
The government will try to explain the intricacies of its judiciary reform in the so-called white book, and should EC question the explanations, Warsaw will request an in-depth analysis of its reform, this time carried out by member states rather than the executive arm of the European Union. Even partial concessions from Poland, in writing or promised publically, could lead to the suspension of the Article 7 procedure launched against the country, the daily Gazeta Wyborcza writes of its own findings in Brussels.
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