Reform of EU family law

By |oktober 22nd, 2018|enhanced cooperation, family law, marriage, News, single market|

There are more than 16 million international couples in the EU, according to the European Commission. From January 2019, their rights and obligations will be secured by a European regulation for matrimonial property regimes and so-called "registered pa...

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Enhanced cooperation to make life easier for international couples in the EU

By |oktober 22nd, 2018|enhanced cooperation, family law, marriage, matrimonial property, News, registered partnership|

International couples will find it easier to break up from 2019. After years of negotiation, 18 European Union member states will introduce an EU legislation to rule the property regimes for marriages and registered partners in the Union, thanks to enh...

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Bulgarian President: I may be a general, but I don’t like warlike rhetoric

By |november 20th, 2017|Boyko Borissov, Bulgaria, Bulgarian elections, Bulgarian Presidency, Canada, Donald Tusk, Elżbieta Bieńkowska, enhanced cooperation, European defence, Eurozone, future of EU, hybrid war, Jean-Claude Juncker, nationalism, News, pesco, Petro Poroshenko, populism, Romania, Russia, Schengen, Turkey, Ukraine, Vladimir Putin|

In a wide-ranging interview, Bulgarian President Rumen Radev, whose country takes over the EU's  rotating six-month Presidency in January, discussed European policies, the upcoming Bulgarian Presidency, and  his contradictions with Prime Minister Boyko Borissov.

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Tusk proposes two-year EU reform blitz, new working methods at summits

By |oktober 18th, 2017|Brexit, common defence, Donald Tusk, Emmanuel Macron, enhanced cooperation, EU enlargement, EU summits, future of EU, Jean-Claude Juncker, Multi-speed Europe, News, security|

EU President Donald Tusk on Tuesday (17 October) proposed an ambitious timeline of 13 summits over the next two years to reboot the European Union after the shock of Brexit and other setbacks.

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Bulgarian MEPs discuss EU’s future, dissect Juncker, Macron speeches

By |oktober 16th, 2017|Bulgarian Presidency, CCCTB, Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base (CCCTB), Defence policy, enhanced cooperation, EU enlargement, EU-Turkey deal, European elections, European Prosecutor, Eurozone, eurozone budget, Federalists, future of EU, News, refugee crisis, roaming, Schengen, telecommunciations, two-speed Europe, Western Balkans|

The European Movement and the Union of European Federalists held a discussion on Friday (13 October) in Sofia on the EU’s future with three prominent Bulgarian MEPs from three different political forces.

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Tax fight draws divisions at EU digital summit

By |september 29th, 2017|Christian Kern, corporate tax, Emmanuel Macron, enhanced cooperation, Jean-Claude Juncker, Leo Varadkar, News, online platforms, Paolo Gentiloni, tax competition, tax policy, Xavier Bettel|

Supporters of a controversial new push to tax tech giants insist they will overcome fierce opposition from a group of around 10 member states.

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Macron relaunches financial transaction tax project, including the UK

By |september 27th, 2017|development aid, development assistance, Emmanuel Macron, enhanced cooperation, EU development assistance, financial transactions tax (FTT), ftt, future of EU, News, Vision for Europe|

French President Emmanuel Macron promised to allocate all future earnings of a financial transaction tax to European solidarity. But with Brexit in mind, it may be too ambitious to relaunch the project with all 28 member states. EURACTIV France reports.

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Commission hails downsized EU public prosecutor as victory for ‘multi-speed Europe’

By |marec 9th, 2017|anti-fraud, corruption, enhanced cooperation, EU integration, european public prosecutor, multi-speed EU, Multi-speed Europe, News, OLAF, VAT fraud, Věra Jourová|

EU leaders agreed to slice up a controversial bill to open the first EU public prosecutor's office, with some backers calling it a victory of “multi-speed Europe” because it will free countries that opposed the new set-up to drop out.

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