The mechanism of the rule of law is a violation of the rule of law from the German presidency – assessed Deputy Minister of Infrastructure Marcin Horała in today’s program ‘Polityczna Kawa’ in Republika TV. Editor-in-chief Tomasz Sakiewicz together with the politician of the Law and Justice Party (PiS) and Senator of Polish People’s Party (PSL) discussed the Next Generation EU fund.
‘The Next Generation EU fund is not like manna from heaven which will fall on Poland. It is rather our European solidarity that we help countries which cannot generate more debt itself but need money to maintain the economy. Poland has a good budget situation; one of the best concerning the European Union’s rates. We could drag debt and pay it off without anybody’s help’ – said deputy Minister Horała today.
He admitted that the ‘Polish government’s negotiating position is much stronger than it is presented by the opposition’. ‘What we give in the name of European solidarity is bigger than what we get in this aspect’ – emphasised Horała.
‘During negotiations, it is obvious to present our partner that we can stand up and withdraw from negotiations’ – pinpointed the Deputy Minister.
‘We are saying clearly: there are some conditions which are unacceptable for us, we also have some boundary conditions of the compromise. If they are crossed, we veto. We are eager to negotiate concerning the current EU Treaties. The mechanism of the rule of law is a violation of the rule of law from the German presidency’ – assessed Horała.