The gradual abandonment of the nation-state: From “Congress Poland” to the “Vistula Gubernia” — are there any parallels with regard to EU legislation and its implementation? Reflections on state sovereignty and identity in relation to supranational law using the example of Poland
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In the light of Poland’s historical experience of more than 100 years under foreign sovereignty, especially that of the Russian from 1815 to 1918, Poland’s current reservations about the danger of an excessive transfer of national sovereign rights to European Union institutions. In the view of the undersigned, partial aspects of this transfer aff ect certain principles of European primary law.