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Warsaw - Brussels tension
March 12, 2018   
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Polish prime minister Mateusz Morawiecki's meeting with chair of European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker brought no breakthrough in the long-lasting strife between Warsaw and European Union, resulting from the latter's concerns about the rule of law in Poland, the daily Polska The Times wrote on Friday. The dialogue is going to be continued, both officials assured following the meeting at which Morawiecki presented Juncker with the so-called "white book" explaining the much-contested changes to the Polish judiciary system. Poland now hopes for a thorough analysis of the digest by the European Commission, Morawiecki said, while reiterating that Warsaw will respond to the Commission's recommendations regarding the observance of the rule of law in Poland to March 20. Polish PM's "number one" goal is to reach the compromise with EU partners, a source within the government tells the daily. Poland is ready to make some concessions, including the much delayed publication of some important rulings of its Constitutional Tribunal, or giving up on the idea of extraordinary complaint to the Supreme Court, the daily adds, citing unofficial information.
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