Dr. Małgorzata Bonikowska, President of CSM, in the political summary of the week, commenting on the report on the rule of law in the European Union on TOK FM radio [07.07.2023]
“The European Commission fulfills its treaty obligations, examining what is happening in all member states on behalf of all member states, thus effectively maintaining a certain order within the Union. In practice, its task is to uphold order and supervise the adherence to the values that constitute the foundations of the European Union, especially in the context of Article 2 of the treaty,” said Dr. Bonikowska in a conversation with Maciej Zakrocki.
Regarding Poland, some things, such as the issue of the judiciary, especially the separation of the Attorney General’s Office from the Ministry, as well as various aspects related to the Constitutional Tribunal and the case law of the Court of Justice of the European Union, which is not recognized, seem not to be changing. This repeats, but what worries me the most is the increase in corruption, as we were previously able to effectively counteract it,” she added.