Community executiveClaim Poland Pay a fine of €500,000 per dayIt was enforced by the Court of Justice of the European Union last September, until Warsaw complied with the ruling that required it to close the Turow mine. This is something that the Czech Republic believes this open-pit mine should be closed. Your underground aquifers will be destroyed It could jeopardize safety in areas at high risk of subsidence. The mine was to close in April 2020. But Poland decided to keep it open until 2044. Prague then reported the case to the European Justice System, which initially agreed.
So far, no community implementations have been made.Two letters and three payment requests have been sent to the nation.. The last letter was sent on January 3. Brussels will now need to wait for Polish authorities’ confirmation that they have received the text. Poland will now have 15 days for this economic penalty to be paid.
Even though member states pay the European Commission’s fines, WarsawChallenge one of the core principles of European club membership Questioning the primacy European law over National lawBecause Warsaw could be in violation of this European Court of Justice ruling, the European Commission is prepared to withhold payments from country funds. Fifteen days. If Warsaw does not comply with European rulings that are based on this authoritarian orientation, then this possibility could occur again.
Last Tuesday, the European Commission confirmed that it had received a correspondence from Poland describing how it intends to comply with the decision of European judges concerning the disciplinary system judges. Brussels is currently reviewing the text to decide whether to impose sanctions economic.
Brussels is prepared to freeze aid for as long as the country doesn’t pay the fine. This could be just the beginning of a long fight against the nation most in need: money.27 countries have devised a new mechanism that will stop the flow European money.– this includes a new EU mechanism to combat the disruption of coronavirus. – This is a targeted approach that targets countries that are not in compliance with the law and threaten the delivery of aid.
Poland and Hungary later vetoed next-generation EU Ratification in protest at the new instrument. The 27 countries offered them the opportunity to appeal to the European High Court about the legality of this instrument. mechanism. The final verdict will be made public in the early part of this year. At that point, delaying tactics will no longer work. The European Commission is technically not required to wait for a Court of Justice of the European Union ruling to initiate the process. This could take up to five to eight month. However, the Commission chose to do so to facilitate dialogue.
So far, there have not been any tangible results. General counselThese judgments, which are not binding, tend to predict the meanings for 80% of the final judgements of the European High Court. ApprouvéTheir conclusion The legitimacy of this new mechanism.