A multiparty coalition runs the rule of law debate that will have CE countries marginalised and divided.


Takeaways

  • The S&D and ALDE link the rule of law condition to the next multiannual financial framework with the purpose of changing the budgetary mechanism and redirecting some of the funds away from Central Europe to Southern and other member states.
  • This divide boosts the move towards the emancipation of the eurozone, including the setting up of a separate eurozone budget and even its own distinct parliament.
  • With Poland, Hungary and Romania being pushed to the periphery, the remaining Central European states have to choose their allegiance.

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Visegrad Insight 2 (14) 2019
European Parliamentary #Futures

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Partner: Konrad Adenauer Foundation
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Authors:
Wojciech Przybylski, Editor-in-Chief
Marcin Zaborowski, Senior Associate

Team:
Magda Jakubowska, Director of Operations
Galan Dall, Managing Editor
Anhelina Pryimak, Editorial Assistant
Anna Kulikowska-Kasper, Contributor
Paweł Kuczyński, Illustrations
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