European Parliament scolds Poland


The European Parliament voted overwhelmingly Wednesday in support of a resolution saying the Polish government’s confrontation with the country’s top constitutional court posed a danger to “democracy, human rights and the rule of law.”

The non-binding measure, approved by 513 votes to 142 with 30 abstentions, also called on the right-wing government in Warsaw to end a crisis over the country’s Constitutional Tribunal, and if that doesn’t happen for the European Commission to activate the “second stage” of its rule of law procedure against Poland.

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