A paper by the Stefan Batory Foundation – a Soros-funded NGO – has praised the European Commission for taking action against Polish efforts to reform the corrupt judicial system which lacks accountability.
The judicial reforms by Warsaw aims to overhaul a corrupt and unaccountable system. Polish lawmakers are also reviewing legislation to determine whether EU laws are compatible with Polish domestic laws to stop Brussels from meddling in local affairs.
Lawyers at the foundation have called on Brussels to step up its attacks on Poland, alleging that the fight for Poland’s supposed judicial “independence” was vital for protecting “human rights” in the country.
“The battle for the rule of law in Poland… is effectively a battle for the survival of the EU,” the Soros-backed NGO said. In recent years, the same NGO has invested heavily in projects to “prepare Polish society for refugees”, to “form positive attitudes towards” mass third world migration, and training tens of thousands of professionals and officials in various roles to fight “prejudice” as well as “hateful online comments”.
Poland’s conservative Law and Justice (PiS) has repeatedly warned against the EU intention to meddle in the sovereignty of member states.
Jacek Czaputowicz, Polish Foreign Affairs Minister, and his Hungarian counterpart, Péter Szijjártó, told a joint press conference in Budapest this week that the two countries would continue to defend their nations in the face of attempts by Brussels to force mass migration “down nations’ throats”.
“The bureaucrats in Brussels have launched a campaign of revenge” against Hungary and Poland but the two countries “will not give in”, Szijjártó said, according to Hungary Today.
“The attacks by Brussels lack an authentic reason, they are only based on political motivation because Hungary and Poland do not want to become a country of immigrants and go against Brussels’ migrant policies”, the minister added.