On Wednesday, European Council President Donald Tusk said that the incumbent Polish government could take steps aimed at Warsaw's withdrawal from the 28-nation bloc and to hold a referendum similar to the plebiscite held in the United Kingdom in 2016 that resulted in support of Brexit.
He added: "As long as we're not a net contributor, the game is worth the candle for them. So I can easily imagine a situation where if one day Poland finds itself among the (net) contributors, the Polish government will decide that it's time to ask Poles if they still want Poland in the European Union and then will work hard so that they come to the conclusion that it's necessary to say goodbye to membership", he stressed.
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Poland's nationalist-conservative government has been on a collision course with the European Union for around two years, driven mainly by its decision to impose a series of controversial judicial changes that, according to Brussels, threaten to undermine the country's rule of law and democratic values.
In December 2017, the European Commission launched unprecedented disciplinary proceedings against Poland over its adoption of 13 laws which the Commission's Vice President Frans Timmermans said had created a situation where the government "can systematically politically interfere with the composition, powers, the administration and the functioning" of judicial authorities.
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But if there is no resoluton, Poland could ultimately have its voting rights suspended, although Hungary has vowed to stand in the way.
Tusk stressed that there's still a huge surplus of hope in Brussels that Poland will nevertheless remain in the EU.
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In an apparent bid to mend fences with the EU, Poland's new Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki fired his defense and foreign ministers earlier this week saying.