European Commission takes Czechia and Poland to court for not letting foreigners run in elections

The European Commission pressed charges against the Czech Republic and Poland at the Court of Justice of the European Union on Wednesday for not allowing foreigners from EU member states to enter political parties.

According to the EU’s executive organ this means both countries are limiting such people’s right to run in local and European election under the same conditions provided to Czech and Polish citizens.

Author: Tom McEnchroe