The European Fee can’t dictate legal guidelines to member states nor agree on payments with governments earlier than they’re adopted by nationwide parliaments, social democrat MEP Robert Biedroń (S&D), quoting Fee Vice-President Frans Timmermans, whereas referring to the brand new Supreme Court docket invoice.
The draft, which the Polish authorities stated resulted from a compromise with the European Fee, may unfreeze among the €35.4 billion in restoration and resilience funds the Fee has blocked over rule of regulation issues, with Supreme Court docket reform being one of many main milestones.
“There isn’t a such process during which the Fee can dictate legal guidelines to member states or approve drafts till adopted (…) That is what Timmermans advised me through Messenger (app),” the MEP stated after discussing the matter with the Fee vice-president who beneath the Juncker Fee was chargeable for rule of regulation points.
The Fee can solely consider a regulation as soon as it’s included into Polish regulation, Biedroń stated, insisting that the federal government should put together the draft invoice itself and in accordance with the milestones agreed with the EU, as quoted by Wprost information outlet.
The Polish parliament will start work on the brand new draft invoice on Wednesday.
In a sequence of tweets printed through the weekend, Justice Commissioner Didier Reynders known as the draft “a promising step ahead to realize compliance with the commitments beneath the Polish Restoration and Resilience plan.”
The Fee’s press service has not but replied to EURACTIV.pl’s request for remark concerning its involvement in making ready the draft invoice, nor whether or not parliament adopting the invoice would pave the best way to releasing the restoration and resilience funds.
(Aleksandra Krzysztoszek | EURACTIV.pl)