They want the European Commission to be able to freeze subsidies for member states caught breaking the rules and not leave it up to a qualified majority of EU countries, as was agreed by national leaders in negotiations earlier this year.
During the summer, EU leaders decided that a qualified majority of EU countries could freeze funds. But that gives countries like Poland and Hungary too much influence and a chance to block a decision, Swedish Moderate party MEP Tomas Tobé says. Instead, he wants the European Commission to have more power.
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