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Brussels questions Polish judicial reforms to unlock EU recovery funds
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Brussels' green light of Poland's recovery plan reveals loopholes
The agreement with Brussels doesn't include the automatic reversal of the decisions taken by the disciplinary chamber.
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The plan was blocked for more than a year over controversial judicial reforms in Poland.
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A dozen EU countries have had their COVID recovery spending plans approved, paving the way for funds to arrive later this month.
Brussels greenlights Italy's €191.5 billion COVID-19 recovery plan
Italy will receive the largest share of the EU's €750 billion coronavirus recovery package.
Portugal's COVID recovery plan is first to receive Brussels' approval
The funds are expected to start flowing in July.
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Poland, as it stands, is set to receive Є58.1 billion in COVID recovery money, and Romania Є29.2 billion.
How does Italy plan to spend its €222bn share of COVID recovery cash?
The country has the biggest share of the European Union's €750 billion pandemic recovery fund.
German top court dismisses injunction against EU COVID recovery fund
The challenge mostly targeted the issuance of an EU common bond to raise money for the €750-billion recovery fund.
'Time is of essence': Brussels urges countries to ratify recovery fund
Commissioner Johannes Hahn says the EU will be ready to raise money on the capital markets by June but cooperation from the 27 member states is required.
The German Constitutional Court has blocked the EU's recovery fund. What happens now?
In a surprising decision, the court prevented the German President from signing off the ratification of the legal text that would enable the Commission to raise funds on the capital markets.
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Between governance mechanisms, assessment criteria, anti-corruption provisions, and basic rule of law principles, the fight to get the EU's Recovery Fund over the line is shaping up to be only half the battle.
MEPs slam EU rule of law measures as 'ill-equipped and ineffective'
Ahead of a vote on the issue Wednesday, MEPs have accused Germany of watering down plans already agreed by EU leaders on reining in countries over democratic backsliding.