Polish constitutional tribunal again delays ruling on primacy of EU law
By 24 September
Constitutional Court of Poland (photo credit: Lukas Plewnia / flickr)
Poland's top court announced another recess on Wednesday in a key case over whether Polish or Europan Union law has primacy as part of a long-standing dispute between Brussels and Warsaw over EU values.
The court said it would not rule on the case until September 30 to gain time to prepare detailed questions for the two sides.
Proceedings at the Constitutional Tribunal were started in July but have been postponed multiple times.
The latest delay, on August 31, came after Poland's Human Rights Ombudsman demanded one of the judges be removed because of his close links to the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party.
The ruling is seen as critical to the country's future relationship with the rest of the bloc.
Read the full article here: Euronews