Written Question: Rule of law in Hungary and Poland
(Source: European Parliament)
Date Submitted: 12 May 2021
Question for written answer E-002587/2021
to the Commission
Moritz Körner (Renew)
Subject: Rule of law in Hungary and Poland
In the ongoing infringement proceedings, as of 20 April 2021 the Court of Justice had ruled in six cases concerning Hungary and six cases concerning Poland.
Judgments have been handed down in the following cases concerning Hungary: C-78/18, C-718/17, C-66/18, C-771/18, C-235/17 and C-171/17.
Judgments have been handed down in the following cases concerning Poland: C-619/18, C-192/18, C-715/17, C-441/17, C-127/17 and C-336/16.
So far, none of the infringement proceedings against Hungary or Poland has led to financial sanctions being imposed.
1. In which of the above cases were the issues raised by the Commission resolved by Hungary or Poland to its full satisfaction?
2. In which of the above cases where the issues have not yet been resolved to its full satisfaction has the Commission proposed that the Court of Justice of the European Union impose fines for non-compliance with EU law?
3. Which of these cases could lead to the sound financial management of the EU being compromised?