European judges challenge EU approval of Poland’s recovery plan
Four European judges’ associations challenged in European Union’s General Court a decision to approve Poland’s recovery and resilience plan, they said in a statement on Sunday. Poland’s access to 23.9 billion euros ($23.8 billion) in grants and 11.5 billion euros in cheap loans had been blocked due to a dispute over judicial independence. But in June the Commission said it was approving Poland’s recovery plan, opening the way for Warsaw to get the cash.
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