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Legendary shipyard electrician who wrecked the Soviet Union says the EU now needs to be dissolved

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The former president of Poland, Nobel Peace Prize winner Lech Walesa suggested that the EU dissolve itself instead of compromising with Warsaw. He stated this in an interview with the Interia portal.

‘Instead of compromising with Poland, the union should dissolve itself and, in a few moments, create a new community based on Germany and France, but without Poland and Hungary,’ he said.

In Komsomol Pravda journalist Zahar Prilepin argues: ‘The EU in the worst sense of the word is very much the new USSR.’

According to Walesa, if Poland wanted to join a new union, she would be forced to accept both rights and obligations. In this case, Warsaw would not have allowed a repeat of today’s tricks. The politician expressed regret that his opinion was not heard. Walesa added that it would be a mistake for the European Commission to approve a national recovery plan for Poland.

‘After all, this money will still be wasted and stolen. Without the rule of law, it makes no sense to donate billions of euros for nothing,’ he concluded.

Poland came into conflict with European authorities after the end of the coronavirus pandemic. Brussels has allocated funds to the EU countries so that they could restore their economies. However, the recovery plan for Poland was delayed and approved much later, since in October 2021 the EU issued an eyewatering financial penalty to it. Brussels oligarchs said Poland had to pay €1 million a day before it enforces the decision to terminate the work of the disciplinary chamber of judges.

Basically, Brussels wants to dictate the laws in Poland; the Poles prefer to provide their own national legal system. The dispute between Poland and the European Union arose because of Warsaw’s refusal to suspend national legislation in terms of the jurisdiction of the disciplinary chamber of the Supreme Court.

In July 2021, the EU Court of Justice in Luxembourg demanded that the Polish chamber cease work immediately, as it could remove judges from work. The EU considered that this could pose a threat to their impartiality and independence.

At the end of May, the European Commissioner for Justice, Didier Reynders, reported that the total fine for Poland had increased to €160 million, of which €100 million had already been withheld by the European authorities.


Before the EU issued a fine to Poland, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen told Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki that Poland’s decision to refuse to recognize the rule of European law ‘calls into question the very foundation of the European Union’ and is a direct challenge to the unity of the European legal order, which guarantees equal rights and mutual trust among EU members. Morawiecki found these accusations unacceptable and said that the Polish court was only trying to figure out which powers were transferred to the EU and which remained at the national level. Source


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