30 Nov 2010

Category:News

The European Parliament’s Constitutional Affairs committee today adopted a regulation that will enable a million EU citizens to request a new EU law from the European Commission: the European Citizens’ Initiative. European Conservatives and Reformists group spokesman on the committee, Ashley Fox MEP, received support for several ECR amendments to the proposals, which aim to […]

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30 Nov 2010

Category:News

Proposals to reform EU funds for poorer regions might come far too late for the many areas that are already struggling with the excessive bureaucracy, poor focus on economic results and inability to match-fund, Oldrich Vlasak MEP, European Conservatives and Reformists group Regional Development spokesman, said today after the Financial Times revealed that only 10 […]

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25 Nov 2010

Category:News

On Monday 29th November, President Mugabe of Zimbabwe will be attending an EU-Africa Summit in Libya. Ironically, amongst the issues to be discussed will be “good governance”. Speaking in the European Parliament last night (24th November), Conservative MEP Geoffrey Van Orden expressed his dismay at Mugabe’s presence and at the EU’s failure to do more […]

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25 Nov 2010

Category:News

The indication from the leaders of the political groups in the European Parliament that they intend to further entrench themselves against the Council of Ministers regarding the 2011 budget negotiations is only going to result in the people of Europe suffering, Lajos Bokros MEP, European Conservatives and Reformists group budgets spokesman, said today.

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24 Nov 2010

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Consumers are more and more demanding ethical practice in the products or services they buy. With this in mind ECR development spokesman Nirj Deva MEP co-chaired the 7th International Symposium on Business Ethics that took place in the European Parliament. The International Leadership Symposium on Ethics in Business is an annual event which brings together […]

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24 Nov 2010

Category:News

Three ECR MEPs have sent a written question to the European Commission regarding the political pressure of the government of Donald Tusk on the “Rzeczpospolita” daily (reported by The Economist) in order to force its editor-in-chief, Paweł Lisicki, to fire him or to make him quit.

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