EU Commissioner Warns Some Bloc States May Be ‘Sandbags’ to Be Thrown Away
The EU Justice, Consumers and Gender Equality Commissioner has sent a warning to those countries in the Union, who don’t cooperate, preferring to criticize rather than contribute. She has singled out Hungary and Poland as countries who don’t stick together with the Union.
EU Justice, Consumers and Gender Equality Commissioner Věra Jourová has called for the Czech Republic to be more proactive in the European Union and warned against being in solidary with Hungary and Poland, which the European Commission has reprimanded for failing to respect the principals of liberal democracy. While addressing the conference “Challenges for Europe” in Prague, the Commissioner said that if Czech Republic is not active in seeking solutions to the all-European challenges and will only criticize the EU, it could face problems in the future.