Poland, Spain and Italy Have Growing EU Exit Movements

A recent poll in Italy had 40% distrust of the EU.

Spain’s third-largest political party is considering adopting a Spanish exit platform. They are under pressure from a right-way grassroots movement.

Poland’s Laws and Politics Are Conflicting With the EU

Poland’s parliament defied Brussels by voting in favor of the controversial bill even after European Commission Vice President Vera Jourova asked authorities to hold off the vote and consult with external legal experts beforehand.

Poland’s Supreme Court warned this week that Poland could be forced to leave the EU bloc if the proposals were voted through.

Poland has become more of a distant EU member since it joined the bloc in 2004. It was the only country not to sign up to the European Commission’s Green Deal and it is not a Eurozone member.