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    Poland’s Rule of Law: A Political Tool or Genuine Concern?

    The Farce of Article 7: A Political Gambit Unveiled

    The recent conclusion of the Article 7 rule of law procedure against Poland has sparked controversy and skepticism within the ruling Law and Justice party (PiS). PiS Vice-President Beata Szydlo accuses the European Commission of wielding the rule of law as a weapon to undermine their government, citing Ursula von der Leyen’s sudden declaration of Poland’s adherence to the rule of law after a change in government.

    Tusk’s Alleged Impact: A Matter of Perception

    PiS MP Arkadiusz Mularczyk asserts that former Prime Minister Donald Tusk’s purported influence has been negligible, branding the entire process as a farce orchestrated to oust PiS from power. The narrative presented suggests a politically motivated maneuver rather than a genuine concern for upholding the rule of law.

    EU Commission’s Magic Wand: Power Play or Genuine Oversight?

    PiS MEP Zdzisław Krasnodębski highlights the perceived bias of the European Commission, insinuating that its enforcement of the rule of law is contingent upon political alignment with member states. This perspective raises questions about the Commission’s impartiality and the politicization of legal mechanisms within the EU.

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