If the government undertakes to liquidate the Disciplinary Chamber of the Supreme Court, the literature of the National Reconstruction Plan may be serviced by the European Commission.
At the turn of the year, Poland may bring in EUR 4.7 billion from the National Reconstruction Plan. The conditions for receiving it are a written summons of the Supreme Chamber of the Country to liquidate the Disciplinary Court – it follows from unofficial information from “Rzeczpospolita”. However, the approval of the plan would be conditional if the next installment of the National Reconstruction Plan would not be made after payment.
“If the government undertakes to liquidate the Disciplinary Chamber of the Court, the European Commission should overproduction our reconstruction plan in the case” – writes “Ridepospolita”.
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He would have to transfer the first installment on foot within two months of the agreement with the European Commission. However, in the event that the liquidation of the Chamber and the Chamber does not have a defective solution, it could not be said that it has a solution for the KPO rat.
Rzeczpospolita is now confirming the contribution of the Politico portal – the existing identification with Poland by the end of October. Both the money from the KPO and the long-term EU are to be ensured by the summary rule of law.
On Tuesday, a spokesman for the government of Piotr Müller, that the government counts, that it said that it introduced, inter alia,
During the press conference after the concert, Müller, who was asked, plans to take action related to the EC’s steps for blocking the KPO, such as a special judge to the Court of Justice of the EU.
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The spokesman of the head of control that this is one approach to actions that will be done by Krokikowski in the EU, but maybe there is no such common initiative as a joint attempt to approach the CJEU.
European Commission spokeswoman Dana Spinant informed that she informed yesterday at a conference in Brussels that the European Commission is still in talks with Poland on the approval of the National Reconstruction Plan. The approval of the plan by the European Commission opens the way for the payment of funds from the Reconstruction Fund. Poland is to have around EUR 58 billion at its disposal.
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