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Sunday, January 16

EU penalty: Poland “does not want to pay a zloty”

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Poland’s Justice Minister Zbigniew Ziobro has rejected the payment of fines ordered by the European Court of Justice (ECJ). “Poland cannot and should not pay a single zloty,” he said today in Warsaw, according to the PAP news agency.

The Polish state should not “submit to lawlessness”. This applies to the fines imposed in connection with the controversial judicial reform and the Turow lignite mining on the border with Saxony.

One million euros a day

The court in Luxembourg yesterday ordered Poland to pay a daily fine of one million euros. The reason is the country’s refusal to date to implement EU supreme court decisions on Polish judicial reforms.

It is particularly about the order to stop the work of the controversial disciplinary body to punish judges. According to ECJ rulings, the activity is not compatible with EU rules on the independence and impartiality of the judiciary.

On September 20, Poland was sentenced to a fine by the ECJ for the Turow opencast mine. Despite an interim ECJ order from May, Warsaw did not stop lignite mining, according to an order from ECJ Vice-President Rosario Silva de Lapuerta. Therefore, Poland would have to pay a fine of 500,000 euros for every day that it does not comply with the order.

Reference-orf.at

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