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European Parliament / Interactive / Radio broadcasts

28-04-2010 • European Parliament / Interactive / Radio broadcasts

Does a stronger Europe mean a larger Europe? (radio broadcast)

Nowadays, when all politicians and citizens of Europe are discussing how to plan its development for a decade ahead, two contradicting voices are more and more clearly heard in the European public space. One of the voices explicitly demands: “Enough with enlargement! We no longer want to cover the expenses of poorer nations because we ourselves are hit by the economic...
28-04-2010 • European Parliament / Interactive / Radio broadcasts

Europe beyond the crisis: citizens and politicians with vision of 10 years ahead (radio broadcast)

In today’s feature on Radio Bulgaria under the project Interacting with the European Parliament, we offer you different opinions gathered in April in the heart of united Europe – in the building in Brussels of the only directly elected European institution – the European Parliament. There during a series of discussions and meetings, the book Europe 2020...
11-04-2010 • European Parliament / Interactive / Radio broadcasts

The Civic Vision for Europe in 2020 will be Presented in Brussels on Tuesday and Wednesday

Five MEPs will take part in events, organised by the European Institute, the Centre for Policy Modernisation and Europe Gateway in Brussels on 13 and 14 of April. The President of the European Parliament Jerzy Buzek has sent a special video message(http://parliament.europe.bg/bg/index.php?category=375&id=28418&page=-1) , addressing the participants in the presentations of...
05-02-2010 • European Parliament / Interactive / Radio broadcasts

Europe 2020 – Civic Visions

Author: Maria Dimitrova, Radio Bulgaria. In today’s EP feature on Radio Bulgaria, we bring you more on the conference ‘Europe 2020 –Civic Visions’(http://parliament.europe.bg/htmls/page.php?id=26996&category=230&translation=en) which took place in Sofia at the end of January 2010. European and Bulgarian non-governmental organizations, university...
15-12-2009 • European Parliament / Interactive / Radio broadcasts

The new European Commission – when will its members be approved and when will it start working?

Author: Daniela Konstantinova, Iva Letnikova, Iliana Raycheva - Radio BULGARIA. “When” is the most frequent question when people speak about the new European Commission, its members, allocation of positions and EP hearings. The most pressing question remains – when will the new EC start functioning? This is the topic of today’s feature...
07-12-2009 • European Parliament / Interactive / Radio broadcasts

Two New Figures Heading the EU: expectations, tasks, perspectives

Authors: Daniela Konstantinova, Iliana Raicheva, Iva Letnikova - Radio Bulgaria. In November the EU elected a Chairman of the European Council and a High Representative of the EU for Foreign Policy and Security. These are the new top-positions established through the Lisbon Treaty. Mass media have chosen to call them “President” and “Foreign Minister”...
28-09-2009 • European Parliament / Interactive / Radio broadcasts

Enlargement? European Citizens have the say!

With the start of the new Political season in Europe the term “enlargement” is again in vogue. Three countries are the concrete targets of that subject – from the North, through the Balkans to the Borsphorus. These are Iceland , Croatia and Turkey . In today’s edition of the “Interacting with the European Parliament” feature of Radio...
14-06-2009 • European Parliament / Interactive / Radio broadcasts

We have elected the new MEPs: election results and lessons for Europe

The results from the European Parliament elections are already out. 43.23% of us, the European citizens, have cast our votes and have thus chosen who the new 736 MEPs and their parties will be. What characterized the voting process in the different EU member states and, most importantly, what lessons Europe can draw from the voting and the results? This is the subject of...
02-06-2009 • European Parliament / Interactive / Radio broadcasts

“It’s Your Choice!”

From June 4 through the 7 we, European citizens will be electing the new 736 members of the European Parliament. For the first time the EP is organizing a common information campaign whose aim is to encourage the greatest number of citizens from each of the 27 member states to exercise their rights to vote. “It’s Your Choice!” is the motto of the information...
24-05-2009 • European Parliament / Interactive / Radio broadcasts

“Old” Europeans in New Europe – are they planning to vote for MEPs and why?

From 4 to 7 June all Europeans have been summoned to go to the polls and elect the new 736 members of the European Parliament, the only institution in our common European home whose lineup we decide about by means of direct voting. Regardless of whether we are Bulgarian, Swedish, French or any other nationality, once every five years we are given the chance of laying down the...
10-04-2009 • European Parliament / Interactive / Radio broadcasts

“My MEP and Me – a real or virtual dialogue”

In today’s issue from the series “Now-Interacting with the EP”, Radio Bulgaria, Portal Europe and the European Institute offer you an insight on the discussions held in Paris and Versailles on the subject “what European citizens, and especially the young, expect from tomorrow’s MEPs?” The French partners along the project, Yvelines Radio,...
28-03-2009 • European Parliament / Interactive / Radio broadcasts

The EP on the Eve of Parliamentary Elections in June

In today’s issue from the initiative “Now-Interacting with the EP” you will hear excerpts from the specially organized discussion in Brussels at the VoxBox studio at the European Parliament, on the subject of forthcoming European Parliament elections, assessing the EP’s outgoing term. The event took part on the eve of the birthday of the EP – March...
03-03-2009 • European Parliament / Interactive / Radio broadcasts

Europe beyond sugar cubes, on the eve of 2009 elections

In today’s issue of the series Now – interacting with the European Parliament, Radio Bulgaria, Gateway Europe and the European Institute bring more about the all-European essay competition EP 2009 Vote – Beyond the Sugar Cubes. The contest is open to all Radio Bulgaria listeners coming from any of the EU member states. The competition has been declared by the...
07-12-2008 • European Parliament / Interactive / Radio broadcasts

The European answer to the world financial crisis

Concrete decisions for measures to cope with the financial crisis were made at the EU Summit in mid-October in Brussels. It took place immediately after the meeting of the leaders of the 15 countries of the euro-area, which had worked out a healing plan for restoring trust in the banking system. It implies the re-capitalization of financial institutions under difficulties, state...
09-11-2008 • European Parliament / Interactive / Radio broadcasts

European Parliament seen by media

Are citizens aware of the work of the European Parliament and its impact on their lives? How do media act to deliver information to people in an accessible and intriguing way? Are there risks of a “dangerous flirt” between the EP and the press? This is our topic in today’s edition of our series “Now – interacting with the European Parliament”....
09-10-2008 • European Parliament / Interactive / Radio broadcasts

The teams of European Parliament members: who and how assists MEPs?

In today’s edition of the program Now – Interacting with the European Parliament, Radio Bulgaria, Gateway Europe and the European Institute are bringing more details about the role and responsibilities of the assistants and advisors of European Parliament members. The job of EP members is tight with trips between Brussels, Strasbourg and their own countries; with...
19-09-2008 • European Parliament / Interactive / Radio broadcasts

Will Ireland put the Lisbon Treaty to the vote again?

In today’s programme from the series “NOW – INTERACTING WITH THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT”, radio Bulgaria, Portal EUROPE and the European Institute will offer you viewpoints on the future of the Treaty of Lisbon in the context of the French Presidency of the European Union. After the Irish “NO” to the Lisbon Treaty, France, which took over the...
01-08-2008 • European Parliament / Interactive / Radio broadcasts

Success of EU Fifth Enlargement through prism of Bulgaria , Romania ’s progress in 1 1/2 year of membership

On 23 July, with the most holiday - like month of the year approaching , and a year and a half after Bulgaria ’ s accession to the European Union, the government received a critical report from the European Commission on the country’s progress in Justice and Home Affairs . It reported on the lack of results in combating organized crime and corruption in high places....
29-06-2008 • European Parliament / Interactive / Radio broadcasts

Rotational change of the Presidency of the EU

Shortly before the expiry of the Slovenian presidency of the EU the Irish said “NO” to the Lisbon Treaty. The next country to preside the Union on the rotation principle – France – confirmed its 4 priorities. They are: climate and energy; immigration; joint European defense and support for agriculture. “As you can see, they are not affected by the...
29-05-2008 • European Parliament / Interactive / Radio broadcasts

2008 – European Year of Intercultural Dialogue

In the middle of the 19th century a British lady – Favell Mortimer, wrote a tourist guide of “the most important countries of the world”. On September 28, 2007 the electronic version of the Independent.ie published parts of it, calling it “the rudest travel book” ever written. According to Mrs. Mortimer the British are not very pleasant company...
29-05-2008 • European Parliament / Interactive / Radio broadcasts

European Union, European citizens, Europe Day: ever closer together

In May we celebrate Europe Day, May 9. It is a good occasion to revisit the history of the European Union, talk about Europe ’s symbols and find out what has made us closer to each other as European citizens. In this edition of the series Now – Interacting with the European Parliament(http://parliament.europe.bg/en/index.php?category=400) Radio Bulgaria, Gateway...
29-04-2008 • European Parliament / Interactive / Radio broadcasts

The voice of National Parliaments: is it heard in Brussels?

Welcome to the new broadcast in the series Now – interacting with the European Parliament.(http://parliament.europe.bg/en/index.php?category=400) When they want to justify some unpopular decision, national politicians often say: “That’s what Brussels demands”. On the other hand, within the European Parliament often certain decisions fail to be...
20-04-2008 • European Parliament / Interactive / Radio broadcasts

European Parliament in action: our problems, our MEPs

Welcome to the new broadcast in the series Now – interacting with the European Parliament.(http://parliament.europe.bg/en/index.php?category=400) Today we bring to you examples that illustrate ways in which our voice, the voice of citizens, will be more audible in Brussels . This will become possible due to the extended powers of the European Parliament under the Treaty...
30-03-2008 • European Parliament / Interactive / Radio broadcasts

European Parliament extended role under Lisbon Treaty

On 13 December 2007 state and government leaders of the 28 European Union member countries signed in the Portuguese capital the new treaty of the enlarged Union. Consequently it entered public space and contemporary history with the popular name Lisbon Treaty. In brief, the treaty envisages new and more flexible institutions and democratization of decision- making. The treaty...
18-03-2008 • European Parliament / Interactive / Radio broadcasts

“Now – Interacting with the European Parliament” Project Presentation

To listen to this broadcast in other languages, and to read the transcript, please click on the appropriate banners below. Is it possible that my opinion on issues that concern me and the life of a circle of people whom I am related to through common interests, is taken into account influencing decision making in the EU? What makes the European Parliament, about which there...
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