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The Polish Trouble of Recovery

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When Poland and Hungary threatened to veto the multi-year budget and the Recovery fund in November, it was Poland that was the first to surrender and convinced Budapest that they needed that money too and that an agreement could eventually be reached on the rule of law. So it was, the 750 billion euro package was approved and it seemed all over, except that the first rift was opened in Poland. The majority argue over the approval of the Recovery, because one of the ruling parties, the ultra-right of Justice Minister Zbigniew Ziobro, Poland in solidarity (SP), has no intention of approving it. For two reasons: he does not want Poland to take on the debt of others; and above all because the rule of law clause seems to him unacceptable.

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