29 Oct 2012

Category:News

This weekend’s elections in Ukraine highlighted a series of shortcomings in the electoral process, but they also showed the Ukrainian people in an extremely positive light as they expressed a willingness to be part of the family of European democracies, Pawel Kowal MEP, chairman of the European Parliament’s election observation mission, said today.

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29 Oct 2012

Category:week_ahead

The European Parliament has a ‘Green Week’ this week, meaning that there is no official business in Brussels.

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26 Oct 2012

Category:News

The European Parliament was right to award Iranian opposition activists Nasrin Sotoudeh and Jafar Panahi the prestigious Sakharov Prize this morning, but it is completely naive to think that sending a delegation of left-wing MEPs there this weekend will not undermine all of the efforts of national governments to force Iran to halt its nuclear […]

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26 Oct 2012

Category:News

The European Parliament today passed a strongly worded resolution condemning the shooting of fourteen year old Malala Yousafzai by the Taliban in Pakistan. The Taliban targeted Malala and her friends as she left school in the Swat region of Pakistan after she wrote a diary about her suffering under their control. She also campaigned for […]

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26 Oct 2012

Category:News

The proposals for reforming the EU’s Markets in Financial Instruments Directive and Regulation (MiFID2) adopted today by the European Parliament should provide extra protection for investors both directly and indirectly through improved disclosures and transparency, and reduce the risks associated with the development of new trading technologies, Dr Kay Swinburne MEP, European Conservatives and Reformists […]

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26 Oct 2012

Category:video_latest

On October 17th, the Belarusian Round Table was held at European Parliament. For the first time, twelve Belarusian oppositionists met in one place to talk about future of their country and UE – Belarus relations. Event was organized by MEP Marek Migalski and European Conservative and Reformist Group. The outcome of BRT is Brussels Declaration. […]

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25 Oct 2012

Category:News

The EU and Japan need to get down to talks towards a Free Trade Agreement immediately, recognising that Japan’s recent roadmap to tackle non-tariff barriers was a significant show of goodwill, Syed Kamall MEP, European Conservatives and Reformists group shadow rapporteur on the agreement, said today as MEPs adopted a resolution on the way forward.

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24 Oct 2012

Category:News

Conservative MEP Jacqueline Foster today successfully navigated through the European Parliament her wide-reaching plans to breathe new life into the so-called European Single Sky initiative, where airspace is fully co-ordinated across the EU to increase efficiency.

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