28 Feb 2011

Category:News

Three candidates for ECR chairman   Three candidates have submitted their nominations to be the next chairman of the European Conservatives and Reformists group in the European Parliament after current chairman Michal Kaminski MEP announced that he will stand down from the post.

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28 Feb 2011

Category:News

A hearing in the European Parliament this evening co-chaired by Nirj Deva MEP, vice-President of the development committee, has heard about the still prolific level of caste-based discrimination that occurs in South Asia – affecting approximately 260 million people worldwide.

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24 Feb 2011

Category:bureau

European Conservatives and Reformists First Vice-Chairman, Czech Delegation Leader Občanská demokratická strana Born on 20 March 1963, Praha Vice-Chair INTA Committee on International Trade Substitute DEVE Committee on Development Contacts Bruxelles Parlement européen Bât. Willy Brandt 05M097 60, rue Wiertz / Wiertzstraat 60 B-1047 Bruxelles/Brussel +32(0)2 28 45666 +32(0)2 28 49666 Strasbourg Parlement européen Bât. […]

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23 Feb 2011

Category:News

As the European Commission today publishes its review of the Small Business Act (SBA), Malcolm Harbour MEP, chairman of the European Parliament’s internal market committee, has said that the commission has delivered a strong agenda for small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) but the notion of ‘think small first’ still needs to be embedded in everything […]

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22 Feb 2011

Category:News

The EU and USA should consider imposing an emergency ‘no-fly zone’ over Libya in order to prevent the brutal regime from launching any further aerial attacks against his own people, Charles Tannock MEP, European Conservatives and Reformists group foreign affairs spokesman, demanded.

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17 Feb 2011

Category:video_latest

The EU has renewed its “restrictive measures” against Mugabe and his inner circle for another year. Geoffrey Van Orden MEP, who spearheads the European Parliament’s campaign for freedom and democratic change in Zimbabwe, welcomed the Council’s decision to maintain restrictions.

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16 Feb 2011

Category:News

The age of retirement as well as the amount of pension should continue to be decided exclusively by the member states after MEPs rejected suggestions to further unify more social policy across Europe. MEPs were voting on their position on a commission green paper on European pension systems.

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