Sunday, December 5, 2021

Warsaw Summit: European conservative parties have met in Poland to form alliance

 The agreement that concluded the Warsaw Summit is aimed at stopping the federalization of the European Union. - Representatives of the European mainstream, the group holding power in the European Union, are afraid of an agreement between conservative parties - said the Law and Justice party (PiS) deputy spokesman.

On Saturday in Warsaw, a meeting of the leaders of European conservative and right-wing parties was held with the participation of PiS president Jarosław Kaczyński, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, and the heads of several conservative European parties.

Presidential Minister Andrzej Dera explained that it was a meeting of the representatives of the parties who are in the European Parliament, that is, they were elected by the voters.

"Party representatives who sit in the European Parliament are meeting, they want to create one political group in order to have greater influence," - stressed Dera. "Why is this happening? Representatives of the new coalition in Germany said they would strive to create a single federal state, which would be called Europe. They had the courage to say aloud what has been quietly done in recent years," he explained. 

The goal of the cooperation of conservative and right-wing parties is a profound reform of the EU by returning to the ideas underlying it with the sovereign role of the European nations. There is a decline in the trust of the citizens of the Member States towards EU's institutions, which is a consequence of "reinterpreting the content of the Treaties".