Warsaw considers unreasonable claims of European Commission to her judicial reform, for non-execution of requirements she can be debarred from voting in the EU. Meanwhile the European Parliament has voted on September 12 for imposition of sanctions against Budapest for violation "rules and values of the EU" the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland. Photo: The Polish Foreign Ministry considers by Adrian Grycuk requirements of European Commission concerning the Supreme Court unreasonable. The Foreign Ministry of the country protests against claims to judicial reform, noting that this internal affair of Poland. The European Commission considers that the new law which reduces the maximum age of judges of the Supreme Court undermines the principle of independence of judicial authorities. Not the really considerable, at first sight, amendment on age and increase in number of judges from 80 to 120 people can replace up to 40% of the current structure of the Supreme Court. As a result Warsaw can lose the right to vote in the EU. Many consider that thus the ruling party "Right and justice" of Jaroslaw Kaczynski wants to crush judicial system under itself, the observer of the Rzeczpospolita edition Pyotr Endroshchik says: "It already lasts two years. Last year on streets there were more than 100 thousand people. Now protest actions on streets die. Society is divided. 35-40% support government party which has entered it. The others don't support, they are divided into smaller political parties. All think what will be tomorrow what measures of the government, Kaczynski's parties will be. No court will prevent business of reforming of the country". Along with the conflict with Poland at Europe — this time at the level of not European Commission, but European Parliament — the similar conflict with Hungary was about to happen. On September 12 he has voted for imposition of sanctions against Budapest for violation "rules and values of the European Union", namely discharge from positions of judges, pressure upon independent media and obstacles for work of non-governmental organizations. However, most likely, everything will come down to economic pressure as to realize all other mechanisms in the European Union at the procedural level very difficult, the associate professor of integration processes of MGIMO Alexander Tevdoy-Burmuli:aleksandr Tevdoy-Burmuli the associate professor of the European integration of MGIMO "First considers while there are no sanctions therefore for a start it is necessary to look at a final version of already adopted law. Secondly, to watch what option of behavior will choose the European Union because such version of sanctions when the country is disfranchised in structures of the EU, can be accepted only with the consent of all members of council of the EU, except for the country which was at fault. Therefore as in case of Hungary it won't be accepted as Poland will be against, and in case of Poland it can't be accepted as against there will be both Hungary, and some other countries. Therefore it is about some more difficult and weak options of behavior of the EU. But, perhaps, they will threaten to stop a number of programs of financing of the Polish economy and Polish policy in general because any EU country scoops very much from
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