Poland wants Polish AG

Polish Foreign Minister Anna Fotyga said yesterday that Poland will try to reform the European Court of Justice so that it gets its own Advocate General.

The ECJ currently has eight Advocates-general, five of which are normally drawn from the EU's 'big five' states Germany, France, the UK, Italy and Spain, with the other three posts rotating between the other member states.

Poland wants this number to increase as well as one of the advocates to be Polish.

Anna Fotyga, a former MEP, said that these proposals can count on support from the other New Member States.