WARSAW, Oct 9 (Reuters) – Poland will continue to respect European Union legislation, its foreign ministry stated on Saturday, after the nation’s Constitutional Tribunal dominated that components of EU legislation have been incompatible with Poland’s structure.
The ruling plunged the European Union into an existential disaster on Friday and raised the potential of Poland leaving the 27-nation bloc. learn extra
France and Germany stated in a joint assertion that Poland had a authorized and ethical obligation to abide by the bloc’s guidelines utterly and unconditionally. learn extra
Its foreign ministry stated Poland respects binding worldwide legislation.
“All obligations arising from both primary and secondary European Union law remain in force and thus, will be continue to be fully respected by Poland,” it stated in a press release.
“The provisions of the Treaty of the European Union indicated in the judgment …remain in force. What cannot be accepted are only the forms of their interpretation or application that violate the constitution.”