And it is not a permanent status
Poland is the only European country which has achieved a continous economic growth for the last 3 decades. So I wouldn't worry about that
so Hungary and Poland will need to sign up 3-4 more selfish whack jobs to block it
There was a political support from Latvia and Slovenia during the summit againts the condition of so called "rule of law". They are justifiably concerned that this tool may be used to discipline anyone who transgresses against Brussels in the future. And many more will open their eyes that the "rule of law" is simply a punishment for overstepping an unofficial doctrine of the EU which is neomarxism (all those "legal" problems have started when Poland refused to take in so called muslim "refugees")
And I think there are more ways of creating divisions between EU countries.
I'm not trying to hide it that Polexit and especially a deconstruction of the EU and replacing it with simple trade agreements would be benefitial for Poland. So the more we damage this corrupted neomarxist institution the better for us.
This way or another a common borowing scheme in times of crisis will be the EU economic downfall. From now on Germany will have no excuse for not pumping taxpayer's money and financial reserves into Spain, Italy and Greece which are in a permanent economic crisis...
"The European Union's agreement on a coronavirus recovery fund is likely to embolden nationalist leaders in Poland and Hungary because it sets no mechanism for tying the disbursement of money to democratic norms."