Polish court delays EU law case for motion to exclude judge
WARSAW, Poland – Poland’s constitutional court on Tuesday reopened but then recessed its proceedings in a case over whether Polish or European Union law has primacy in the country. The Constitutional Tribunal said it would take up the question again on Sept. 22. The court’s ruling, when it eventually comes, is expected to define the future relationship of the EU member nation with the rest of the bloc. The court agreed to examine the matter at the request of Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki.