Brexit has left Mark Rutte “traumatized,” and he worries Nexit will be next.

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Brexit has left Mark Rutte “traumatized,” and he worries Nexit will be next.

A political expert stated in a flashback report that MARK RUTTE has been traumatized by Brexit because he worries the Netherlands would soon quit the European project.

The EU is embroiled in a bitter dispute with Warsaw and Budapest over matters such as judicial independence and press freedom. Poland’s Constitutional Tribunal recently ruled that the country should not cooperate with demands from the EU’s top court, while the European Commission filed legal action against both countries over LGBT rights. The European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled on Thursday that Poland should suspend a disciplinary panel for judges who do not fulfill the required independence standards.

The Polish Constitutional Tribunal had ruled the day before that a previous demand for the chamber’s suspension violated Poland’s constitution and that the country should not comply.

Malgorzata Manowska, the first president of Poland’s Supreme Court, made a statement on Friday in which she stated that she was “fully satisfied” that the disciplinary chamber was independent.

Nexit Denktank campaigners, who are pushing for a Dutch exit from the European Union, shared a video of a Commission spokesman reiterating that EU law takes precedence over member states’ court decisions, writing: “The EU thinks that EU law takes precedence over national law, because a judge in 1964 said that EU law has supremacy over national law.

“Who in the Netherlands, or in the EU, has ever voted for this (massive) power transfer?”

“I’ll tell you who the answer is: nobody.

“And this movie demonstrates (partly) what such charges of ‘poor rule of law’ are based on.

“You have a ‘bad rule of law’ if you are not submissive to the unelected and undemocratic EU, whereas Poland simply listens to its own people.”

“Who in the Netherlands, or in the EU, has ever voted for this (massive) power transfer?”

“I’ll tell you who the answer is: nobody.

“And this movie demonstrates (partly) what such charges of ‘poor rule of law’ are based on.

“You have a ‘bad rule of law’ if you are not submissive to the unelected and undemocratic EU, whereas Poland simply listens to its own people.”

According to a research by Caroline de Gruyter, a Dutch author, columnist, and lecturer, the world should not be startled by the Netherlands’ growing hardline record in Brussels.

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