The Oklahoman

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 define 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.

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