Welcome migration!

EU Fundamental Rights Officer, from now on, make sure that the rights of immigrants in the EU are not violated! He will also investigate complaints from immigrants. In other words, immigrants have rights immediately they enter the territory of EU. The Liberal-led European Parliament has agreed with the EU Presidency that the EU Asylum Support Office (EASO) will be transformed into a fully-fledged agency. The…

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Wake up Europe!

Wake up Europe, it’s getting late to save Europe! Who is more of a threat to Europe’s future, the so-called “drifters” or the followers of political correctness? Who is right, those who want more Europe or those who want less Europe? I never thought that such a question would ever arise. For a long time, there was only one Europe, with member states pulling in…

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What next for the EU? The post-Merkel era has arrived

  German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the longest-serving German chancellor at the EU leaders’ table, said goodbye to her colleagues on Friday after the EU summit. It was the end of an era. Merkel was always the tongue of the scales. She was a sober thinker, always striving for balance. With her individuality and political credibility, she was able to settle serious differences. Interestingly, or perhaps…

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EU leaders confront Orbán over anti-LGBT+ bill

Leaders from around the EU confronted Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán over anti-LGBTQ+ measures on Thursday in an extraordinary clash reflecting rising tension over the bloc’s core values. In a heated debate around the European Council table in Brussels, leaders spoke in unusually personal and emotional terms. Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte suggested Orbán should leave the EU while Luxembourg’s Xavier Bettel spoke of his…

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Renew Europe condemns PM Janša’s move to interfere the process of appointing EPPO prosecutors

In a debate in the European Parliament today, Renew Europe expresses its concerns regarding the Slovenian government’s process of appointing its national prosecutors to the European Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO). The office, which will protect the EU’s financial interests by combating white-collar crime, went operational on 1 June. Still, out of the 22 participating countries, only Slovenia lacks in fulfilling its commitments in appointing its…

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Sixteen of eighteen Hungarian supporters have already been released by the German police

Hungarian Foreign Minister, Péter Szijjártó said that the Hungarian national football team achieved a “draw worthy of victory” against the Germans on Wednesday. He said the ambassador in Berlin had also received many congratulations for the Hungarians’ performance, which showed that a football match should not be a problem between people who strive for normal human relations. The atmosphere they tried to create around the…

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We Don’t Need A Biden Doctrine Dividing The World Into Good And Bad

Listening to President Biden these days, one can be forgiven for believing that the world is locked into a historic struggle between autocracies and democracies and that the fate of the 21st century — if not the planet itself — will be decided by the will and resolve of democratic nations to win that battle largely under America’s leadership. “It is clear, absolutely clear,” Biden…

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MEPs confirm deal on climate neutrality by 2050

The new EU Climate Law increases the EU’s 2030 emissions reductions target from 40% to at least 55%. With the contribution from new carbon sinks it could raise to 57%. Parliament endorsed the Climate Law, agreed informally with member states in April, with 442 votes to 203 and 51 abstentions. It transforms the European Green Deal’s political commitment to EU climate neutrality by 2050 into a binding obligation….

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Viktor Orbán is working on the creation of a new group in the EP

Months of negotiations entered a new phase yesterday, after Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban was hosted to a dinner by the leader of the European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) group, Giorgia Meloni, also leader of the national-conservative Italian Brotherhood party. Meloni, who is on a tour of Europe ahead of this week’s EU summit, also met with David Sassoli, President of the European Parliament, and…

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