According to Euronews, Poland’s constitutional court on Thursday ruled the country's laws had supremacy of those of the European Union.
The article provides more context about the decision and a possible consequences:
The European Commission has yet to unlock the payment of billions of euros to the country from the EU COVID recovery fund. It may very well refuse to sign up on the €57bn slated for Poland.
"This is a huge chunk of money that they were expecting, and I cannot see this money being paid out now with this ruling," said Green MEP Daniel Freund.
While the support for a possible "Polexit" is the highest ever, it is way below the required 50% to validate a referendum.
Did the Polish constitutional court give any rational of Poland's government to go so far into separating from EU, especially considering the huge amount of money at stake?
Note: I am especially curios about this as "political control of justice" is also an issue in Romania, but so far no government and constitutional court dared to explicitly distance so much from the EU (mostly due to financial reasons).