Morawiecki calls for dismantling of the EU

Poland’s Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has advocated shifting extensive competences from the EU level back to the member states. “Let’s reduce the number of areas for which the EU is responsible”, he said Monday during a speech at the University of Heidelberg. The Union should concentrate on the areas for which it is responsible under the 1957 Rome Treaties, he said, and otherwise be guided by the principle of subsidiarity.

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