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Is Polish government to bury a hatchet?
March 8, 2018   
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Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki is expected to present the so-called "white book" explaining recent changes to the Polish judiciary system during his visit to Brussels on Thursday, the daily Dziennik Gazeta Prawna writes of its own information. Morawiecki will do so following his meeting with European Commission head Jean-Claude Junker, one of the most ardent supporters of EU and Poland's burying the hatchet, according to unspecified sources. Poland might avoid penalization under the Article 7 procedure if it makes concessions regarding some aspects of its judiciary reform, for example by going back on the new retirement regulations for the Supreme Court judges, an anonymous source says. Poland's willingness to cooperate is seen as the key factor in taking further diplomatic and legal steps against the country, the daily adds.
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