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    The Future of the EU: Impact of Treaty Changes on Defense, Foreign Policy, and More

    A document that proposes changes to the European Union treaties has been voted on in the European Parliament. The changes assume, among other things, the abolition of the right of veto and the handing over of further competencies to the European Union in areas concerning, defense, foreign policy, energy, industry or education. According to Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, these changes mean the centralization of power in Brussels, which will take away Poland’s right to decide for itself.


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