Polish PM defends her government in European Parliament
Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo worked to reassure members of European Parliament in Strasbourg on Tuesday that Poland did nothing to violate its constitution and that the contention over the Constitutional Court was of political rather than legal nature.
She also assured that the changes in public media conformed with European standards and were aimed at making them more objective and pluralistic.
Szydlo decided to participate in the debate with EU lawmakers on the recent developments in Poland in order to “defend Poland’s good name, and refute the unfounded opinions about Poland which appeared in the last days.
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(Photo: European Parliament)