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Dr. Małgorzata Bonikowska, President of CIR-CSM for “Fakt” daily: What is the deal with changing the EU treaties? “There is a long way to go to open up the treaties, because it is risky, well, and not all countries want it. Besides, many things can be done based on the last Treaty of Lisbon from 2007.” [23.11.2023]

25 November 2023



“Dr Małgorzata Bonikowska tells ‘Fakt’ straightforwardly that the discussion is still ongoing and its outcome is by no means a foregone conclusion. Everything will depend on the readiness of the states, politicians and societies of Europe.”

“The vote in the EP means only that there is a discussion going on in the EU, for years anyway. The European project is developing. In Poland, unfortunately, the EU thread is politicised. There is no substantive, normal conversation with consideration and clarification of what is really at stake. It is done for domestic political ends. The Law and Justice party knows that Poles are sensitive about independence and is taking advantage of this by building up the perspective that being in the EU limits our sovereignty,” Dr Małgorzata Bonikowska, President of the Centre for International Relations, told ‘Fakt’.

Read the article (Polish)