The EU risks being ‘centrally governed,’ according to Poland’s prime minister, as a ‘dangerous phenomenon’ of institutional activity threatens the bloc’s future.

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The EU risks being ‘centrally governed,’ according to Poland’s prime minister, as a ‘dangerous phenomenon’ of institutional activity threatens the bloc’s future.

Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, wrote to EU leaders, institutions, and member state governments on Monday, claiming that “unfortunately, today we are dealing with a very dangerous phenomenon in which various European Union institutions usurp powers they do not have under the Treaties and impose their will on Member States.”

We should be concerned about the Union’s steady transition into an organization that is no more an alliance of free, equal, and sovereign states, but rather a single, centrally administered organism governed by institutions devoid of democratic oversight.

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