Germany is recently popular in Poland. As a leader or a hegemon (delete as appropriate). The differences between these two countries are best visible on the example of ACTA.
The German government has not signed the agreement, respecting the objections of the Minister of Justice, although people did not protest in the streets. The Polish Prime Minister, despite protests – those in the streets and from his minister – ordered to sign the agreement.
One question remains: in what cases will the Poles imitate the Germans and how much will such an imitation cost?Author : Marek Siwiec MEP