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A Polish court ruled the measures imposed by the Court of Justice of the European Union “unconstitutional”.

Its Constitutional Court Poland held that the sanctions imposed by the Court of Justice of the European Union ahead of its final decision, known as interim measures, they are against the Polish Constitution, an escalation in Warsaw’s conflict with Brussels over the state of justice.

The decision of the Constitutional Court is announced while the pro-European and liberal alliance of Polish parties is expected to be charged with the formation of the new Polish government after the defeat of the ultra-conservative, nationalist ruling PiS in the October elections.

In Warsaw they were imposed fines amounting to millions of euros in two cases for which the Court of the European Union imposed temporary measures, as reported by APE-MPE. One case involved dispute between Poland and the Czech Republic over the Turov coal mine and the other the disciplinary body of judges.

The Constitutional Court of Poland caused a crisis with the European Union in 2021 with its ruling that parts of the Union treaties are not in accordance with the Polish Constitution.

Source: News Beast

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