Category: European Parliament

EU warns the right-wing Parties

The European Parliament voted to condemn funds to Marine Le Pen’s Front National party of France, possible funds to Matteo Salvini’s Lega Party of Italy and to Freedom Party of Austria.

Why Goulard fired by European Parliament?

Sylvie Goulard, proposed by Emmanuel Macron for the french position of EU Commissioner, did not pass the examination of the Members of the European Parliament, last Thursday in Brussels. It was her second hearing, as the first did not finish better. Reassured by her important friends in the European institutions, because she was MEP within

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Commissioners of Romania and Hungary rejected by Parliament before their hearings

  Ursula von der Leyen is preparing her team and asked her Commissioners to convince the European Parliament,but two Commissioners already rejected. Before the designated Commissioners can take office, the European Parliament in Brussels should carefully examine skills and qualifications of the 26 new EU Commissioners to match the posts proposed for them. First two

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WEB Copyright EU Directive adopted today

New EU rules for web publishers – EU wants to protect copyright.

New EU-Morocco Fisheries Partnership: Europe can fish 275 000 tonnes

The new agreement, which includes the Western Sahara, will start in 2019 and will allow a fishing quantity of 275 000 tonnes for the EU, during four years. The EU and shipowners will pay for fishing in the african territorial waters. Western Sahara, with a strong vocation for fishing, will have important benefits. European Greens

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“I Want Transparency on next EU-US Trade Negotiations”

European Commission’s President Juncker asks Members States and European Parliament a new mandate and to monitor the next Transatlantic negotiations TTIP between EU and U.S. . The two giants have more than €5,000.00bn/year of trade. Last January, the European Parliament discussed the state of Transatlantic negotiations and the new EU priorities together with EU Commissioner

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Strasbourg: Christmas Market, Shots, Silence

Last night Strasbourg was wounded by a 29-year-old man who fired at the crowd in the Christmas market. A Christmas market that brings almost two million visitors each year. Two confirmed deaths and more than ten people injured, of which very very serious. Strasbourg is also the seat of  the European Parliament, but for now

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