Is the Spitzenkandidat system really dead? Not if we act now

By |november 13th, 2019|European Parliament elections 2019, News, Spitzenkandidaten|

Is the Spitzenkandidat system dead? Reforms can revive it and give the process new legitimacy, argues Cristian Ghinea

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MEPs to block Le Pen’s party from taking Parliament jobs

By |julij 4th, 2019|European Parliament, European Parliament elections 2019, future eu, News, Rassemblement National|

Marine Le Pen's Rassemblement National and its allies are facing protest from the European Parliament's political groups, who are refusing to involve the French far-right party in a process that will decide on the Parliament's key positions. EURACTIV F...

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Farage: Winning EP elections only the ‘first step’ to Brexit

By |maj 7th, 2019|Anand Menon, European Parliament elections 2019, News, Nigel Farage, The Brexit Party|

Winning the European elections later this month would only be the “first step” towards delivering the Brexit demanded by UK citizens, Nigel Farage, whose newly established Brexit party is dominating polls in the UK, said on Tuesday (7 May).

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‘Planning the world seven years in advance is absurd’, says EP vice-president

By |april 3rd, 2019|citizen consultations, European Parliament, European Parliament elections 2019, fair taxation, Germany, Multi-Annual Financial Framework (MFF), News, populism|

Rising populism and anti-EU sentiment mean the May elections are being portrayed as a “fateful election for Europe”. EURACTIV Germany spoke to Rainer Wieland from the German Christian Democrat Union (CDU) about populists, fair taxes, ‘gilets jaunes’ and citizen consultations.

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Crisis over, crisis continues

By |februar 18th, 2019|asylum applications, Dimitris Avramopoulos, EU migration, European Parliament elections 2019, News, Post-Cotonou, UN migration pact|

The migration crisis in Europe is over. According to the statistics, at least. The political crisis over how and whether to reform the bloc's immigration and asylum rules remains as deadlocked as ever.

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Brexit unleashed long-standing problems in the EU, Bulgarian MEP says

By |december 4th, 2018|EU budget, European Parliament, European Parliament elections 2019, migration crisis, News|

EURACTIV’s media partner Dnevnik has asked Bulgarian MEPs about the difficulties and achievements of the current European Parliament and their expectations for the European elections in May next year. It now publishes what three of them had to say.

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EU needs ‘Great Review’ of powers, says ECR’s Zahradil

By |november 28th, 2018|ECR, European Parliament elections 2019, Jan Zahradil, News, Spitzenkandidaten|

No EU agency can replace the role of member states, said Czech MEP Jan Zahradil, putting a ‘Great Review’ of EU powers at the heart of the manifesto for his European Conservative and Reformist (ECR) party, launched on Wednesday (28 November)

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Bulgaria could be marginalised if pro-EU parties dominate EU elections, says MEP

By |oktober 18th, 2018|Bulgaria, ECR, EPP Group, European Parliament elections 2019, Euroscepticism, News, Socialists and Democrats Group in the European Parliament|

Bulgaria could end up being isolated if pro-EU parties achieve very good results in next May’s European Parliament elections, said Bulgarian MEP Svetoslav Malinov during a discussion about the upcoming poll.

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French right-wing fragmented over rule of law in Hungary

By |september 13th, 2018|EPP, European Parliament, European Parliament elections 2019, Hungary, News, Viktor Orbán|

The French delegation of the EPP in the European Parliament was totally divided during a vote on triggering Article 7 against Hungary. EURACTIV France reports.

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Brexit absent from Commissioners’ input for state of the EU speech

By |september 3rd, 2018|Brexit, European Parliament, European Parliament elections 2019, News, Sibiu summit, SOTEU, State of the Union|

Negotiations about the UK's orderly exit and future relations with the EU did not feature in the discussions the European Commission’s top echelons held in preparation for President Jean-Claude Juncker’s last state of the union speech before next year's European elections.

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