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Poland’s Top Court Rules Its Constitution Trumps E.U. Law

WARSAW — Poland’s constitutional court on Thursday set up a head-on collision with the European Union by ruling that the country’s Constitution trumps some laws set by the bloc, a decision that threatens to dissolve the glue that holds the union’s 27 members together.The ruling, issued in Warsaw by the Constitutional Tribunal after months of delays in a closely watched case, effectively challenges the primacy of European law, a cornerstone of the continent’s push for an “ever…


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