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European Parliament 2007 / EP News

09-12-2010 • European Parliament 2007 / EP News

The Impact of the Crisis on the New Member States - Non-Eurozone New Member States

The key to a quick and sustainable recovery is the implementation, at national level, of structural Government reforms aimed at Eurozone membership. In her introduction of the workshop, Iliana Ivanova MEP, Vice-Chairwomen of the CRIS Committee stressed how important it is to have this debate now, in relation to the new Economic Governance Package and the roles of Member...
14-09-2010 • European Parliament 2007 / EP News

New Visegrad Plus Initiative - EPP Group MEPs hold talks with Central European EPP Foreign Ministers. Jacek Saryusz-Wolski MEP and György Schöpflin MEP

The participants of the first informal meeting (12 September) in the European Parliament, with six EU Foreign Ministers from Central Europe, agreed on overall cooperation including most specifically the Eastern Partnership, energy security, the Western Balkans and the European External Action Service. They agreed to mutually support the Central European candidates to obtain...
17-01-2010 • European Parliament 2007 / EP News

European Commission: the confirmed integrity of Mrs. Jeleva calls for immediate and public apologies. Joseph Daul MEP, Chairman of the EPP Group

"The confirmation by the Commission of the total absence of any defect in respect of the Bulgarian Commissioner-designate calls for the immediate and public apology from those who have unjustly maligned her," said Joseph Daul, Chairman of the EPP Group. "I am waiting to see these apologies". The Chairman of the Europe ’s main political force is not surprised at the...
21-10-2009 • European Parliament 2007 / EP News

ANGER AT BULGARIAN PREMIER'S REMARKS ON A SOCIALIST PARTY BAN

The Bulgarian Prime Minister's comments on banning the country's main opposition Socialist Party sparked outrage at the European Parliament in Strasbourg today. The S&D Group called on Bulgaria to respect difference of opinion and defend political pluralism. Bulgarian Socialist MEPs sent an open letter to leaders of the EP's main political groups, quoting the...
30-09-2009 • European Parliament 2007 / EP News

EPP PRESIDENT: LOOKING FORWARD TO NOMINATIONS OF COMMISSIONERS BY EPP PRIME MINISTERS

The President of the European People's Party (EPP), Wilfried Martens, expressed today EPP's wish for a more political Commission and his expectation that the EPP heads of state and government will do their part when they propose their nominees: "Considering the growing challenges in European societies, it is important that Europe become's more political and less...
14-05-2009 • European Parliament 2007 / EP News

EURO MP's INTELLIGENCE JIBE AT BALKANS SPARKS OUTRAGE

A Danish Euro MP whose party is in government today provoked outrage over a claim that people from the Balkans are less intelligent than Northern Europeans and should not be allowed to influence EU decisions. The remarks by Mogens Camre, deputy leader of the Europe of the Nations group in the European Parliament, whose People's Party is in the Danish coalition, are...
05-05-2009 • European Parliament 2007 / EP News

eYouGuide - EU to help protect internet users

Zuzana Roithová MEP, together with the Commissioners Reding and Kuneva, today launched the internet website eYouGuide which aims to inform internet users about their rights on the internet. Czech MEP Zuzana Roithová welcomes the step taken by the Commission as it will increase the confidence of internet users in eCommerce. The step is one of the 60 proposals of a...
13-01-2009 • European Parliament 2007 / EP News

Unfair Commercial Practices: European Parliament backs consumers. Nickolay Mladenov MEP

Today, the European Parliament approved an own-initiative report on the transposition, implementation and enforcement of Directive 2005/29/ЕC on unfair commercial practices in the internal market, and Directive 2006/114/Е on comparative and misleading advertising. "Unfair commercial practices are a serious challenge for consumer confidence in the internal market. The key to...
29-08-2008 • European Parliament 2007 / EP News

MEPs call for Ukraine's rival leaders to set aside differences at a time of crisis

On 18th August a statement was made by the deputy Chief of Staff to the President of Ukraine, Andriy Kyslynskiy, accusing Ukraine?s Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko of ties with the Russian leadership, citing in evidence her lack of support for Georgia during the recent conflict with Russia. He further alleged that Ukraine`s Prime Minister was cooperating with Russia in order...
15-07-2008 • European Parliament 2007 / EP News

MEPs Adopt Tighter Controls on Assistance Expenses

The European Parliament's Bureau approved the last part of the implementing measures for the Statute for MEPs. This part concerned "assistance from personal staff". The adoption of the implementing rules clears a vexed issue ahead of next European elections in 2009. Speaking after the meeting, Diana WALLIS (UK, Lib Dem), European Parliament Bureau member and one of the...
23-05-2008 • European Parliament 2007 / EP News

MARIELA BAEVA PARTICIPATES IN THE INTERNATIONAL PEN WOMEN WRITERS’ ANTHOLOGY ‘OUR VOICE’   

Volume 4 of the tri-lingual International PEN Women Writers' anthology ‘Our Voice' is now available. It is the first time that a member of the European Parliament has contributed to it by writing in English one of the stories. The member is the Bulgarian MEP Mariela Baeva - ALDE . We hope that in the European year of Intercultural Dialogue this anthology will...
16-05-2008 • European Parliament 2007 / EP News

THE BULGARIAN PREMIERE OF THE RECENT BOOK “POWER OF SPEECH” BY GRAHAM WATSON, MEP, LEADER OF THE ALLIANCE OF LIBERALS AND DEMOCRATS FOR EUROPE IN THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT

14-05-2008 • European Parliament 2007 / EP News

EPP-ED TO COMBAT 100 BILLION EURO VAT FRAUD

The EPP-ED Group is extremely concerned about the financial loss caused by 'missing-trader' or so-called 'carousel' transactions, a scheme common to VAT fraud. A distressingly high amount of public money, estimated at 100 billion euro annually, is lost due to VAT evasion, avoidance and fraud across the EU. Large scale value added tax evasion and fraud distort...
12-05-2008 • European Parliament 2007 / EP News

ALDE: SERBS VOTE FOR A EUROPEAN FUTURE

Serbs gave strong backing yesterday in parliamentary elections to the pro-European strategy of the outgoing government and President Boris Tadic. Although the Tadic bloc did not win an absolute majority, it emerged as a clear victor in the national poll. Graham Watson, leader of the pro-European ALDE group in the European Parliament said:...
30-04-2008 • European Parliament 2007 / EP News

Copy of ALDE: SIGNATURE OF SAA WITH SERBIA OPENS DOOR TO EUROPE

Commenting on the signing of a Stabilisation and Association Agreement (SAA) between the EU and Serbia on April 29, Jelko Kacin MEP (LDS, Slovenia) and EP rapporteur on Serbia welcomed the EU's flexible approach towards the challenges of stabilising the countries of the Western Balkans, ALDE reported. "I...
24-04-2008 • European Parliament 2007 / EP News

ATANAS PAPARIZOV INFORMED THE PES GROUP FOR THE PROPOSALS FOR CHANGES IN THE BULGARIAN GOVERNMENT

During the EP plenary session in Strasbourg the head of the Bulgarian Socialist Delegation in the EP - Atanas Paparizov, informed the Group of the Party of European Socialists (PES) about the proposals for changes in the Bulgarian government. At the meeting of the PES Group Paparizov gave an overview before the Socialist MEPs on the motives of the Prime Minister Sergey...
17-04-2008 • European Parliament 2007 / EP News

THE OPENING OF THE “CYRILLIC ALPHABET” EXHIBITION IN THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT CAUSED GREAT INTEREST

The opening of the “Cyrillic alphabet” exhibition in the European Parliament (EP) aroused great interest. It was presented on the initiative of the Bulgarian MEP Atanas Paparizov and the Delegation of Bulgarian Socialists in the EP. The opening of the exhibition was preceded by a lecture and discussion led by professor Aksinia Jurova – special guest of the...
06-07-2007 • European Parliament 2007 / EP News

Copy of ELMAR BROK APPOINTED MEMBER OF EU REFORM TREATY CONFERENCE

The EPP-ED Group in the European Parliament has appointed Elmar Brok MEP as its member for the intergovernmental conference which will work out the details of the EU reform treaty. "Elmar Brok has played a key role in the development of European basic treaties and we are confident that he will be able to ensure that the IGC completes its task to the benefit of all...
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