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Kaczynski called for the decentralization of EU
17:16, 29 July 2016
Kaczynski called for the decentralization of EU

Polish politician also criticized the European Commission for launching checks of the rule of law in Poland

17:16, 29 July 2016

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Polish co-founder and chairman of the party "Law and Justice" Jaroslaw Kaczynski called for the decentralization of the European Union. He said this in an interview with the German edition of Bild, reported by the "Polish Radio".

"The European treaties never speak of a single state called Europe", - said Kaczynski.

Regarding the relations between Poland and the European Union, he has criticized the European Commission, which launched supremacy of statute law checking procedure in relation to the rule of law Poland has. According to the leader of "Law and Justice Party", this procedure is not outlined in the European legislation.

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According its  relationship with Germany, Kaczynski stressed that Poland is interested in good neighborly relations, but they must be based on truth and mutual respect.

"Our history unites us rather than divides us. For example, goods exchange for up to 100 billion euros a year," - the former Prime Minister of Poland told the reporters.

According to Jaroslaw Kaczynski, in the historic dialogue between the two nations truth should be respected. As a negative example, he cited a German television series about World War II "Generation War" ("Unsere Mütter, unsere Väter"), whose authors are trying to desecrate memory of the soldiers of the underground Home Army, accusing them of anti-Semitism, rather than to show the true horrors of the German occupation of Poland and other countries.

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