Tusk says he is worried Poland could try to leave EU

EPA/TOMASZ GZELL POLAND OUT

President of the the European Council Donald Tusk speaks to journalists on leaving the National Public Prosecutor's Office after having been questioned for eight hours over the 2010 presidential plane crash near Smolensk, in Warsaw, Poland, 03 August 2017.

Tusk says he is worried Poland could try to leave EU


Poland's European future is uncertain, European Council head Donald Tusk said on Thursday amid escalating rows with Brussels over the Polish government's tightening grip on the judiciary, environment and state media.

Tusk’s remarks come amid continuing conflict between the EU and Poland’s ruling Law and Justice Party (PiS) over its attempt to overhaul the domestic justice system and the country’s extensive logging operations in Europe's last primeval forest.

The Polish government h...


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