The European Commission has begun legal proceedings against Poland after determining that the Polish government's recent justice laws undermine the judicial independence of the country's courts.
The move came amid growing concerns about the general rule of law in Poland, which will now have two months to respond to Brussels after the latter took the first formal step towards legal action on 3 April, First Vice-President Frans Timmermans said while informing journalists.
"We have an obvious...
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