Labour accuses BBC of bias over election coverage

By |december 6th, 2019|BBC, Brexit, labour, News, UK elections|

Britain's opposition Labour Party wrote to the head of the BBC on Thursday (5 December) to complain about its coverage of campaigning for next week's election, accusing the publicly funded broadcaster of bias.

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Mass strikes leave Macron facing defining moment

By |december 6th, 2019|News|

In this edition of the Capitals, find out more about the French strikes currently paralysing France and putting French President Emmanuel Macron to the test, as well as so much more. The Capitals brings you the latest news from across Europe, through on-the-ground reporting by EURACTIV’s media network.

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SMEs are key to climate protection, says Austrian businesswoman

By |december 6th, 2019|Austria, business, climate emergency, climate protection, European Commission, News, SMEs, Ursula von der Leyen|

After having represented the interests of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) for four years, Ulrike Rabmer-Koller takes stock, in an interview with EURACTIV Germany, of her successes and discusses her ambitions looking forward in the fight against cli...

Komentarji so izklopljeni za SMEs are key to climate protection, says Austrian businesswoman

Albania elects Western-trained prosecutor general as part of judicial reforms

By |december 6th, 2019|Albania, EU enlargement, judicial reform, News|

Albania’s parliament elected Olsian Çela as prosecutor general on Thursday (5 December) as part of judicial reforms sought by the West that are intended to kick out corrupt judges. The European Union has told Albania the reforms must remain a...

Komentarji so izklopljeni za Albania elects Western-trained prosecutor general as part of judicial reforms

Bosnia must overhaul judiciary, end political obstruction –report

By |december 6th, 2019|bad governance, Bosnia and Herzegovina, News, Yugoslav wars|

Bosnia and Herzegovina must overhaul its complex and opaque justice system and do more to protect the rule of law if it wants to press its case to join the European Union, legal experts said in an EU-commissioned report on Thursday (5 December).

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Libra maintains 2020 approval target despite concerns

By |december 6th, 2019|crypto-currency, Facebook, libra, News|

Facebook-sponsored digital currency Libra is determined to getting the green light by European regulators next year, despite the numerous concerns raised by EU finance ministers, a senior representative of the project told EURACTIV.com.

Komentarji so izklopljeni za Libra maintains 2020 approval target despite concerns

Von der Leyen in Addis Ababa: Seven ingredients for a successful first date

By |december 6th, 2019|News|

As the new European Commission President prepares to make her first trip to Ethiopia, Chloe Teevan and Amanda Bisong suggest how Ursula von der Leyen can flesh out her commitment to seeking a new partnership with Africa.

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Polish reform erodes judicial autonomy: top court

By |december 6th, 2019|Article 7, European Court of Justice, News, PiS, Poland|

Poland's Supreme Court ruled on Thursday (5 December) that a new judicial council charged with nominating and disciplining judges lacks independence, calling into question the government's court reforms.

Komentarji so izklopljeni za Polish reform erodes judicial autonomy: top court

Tweets of the Week: Commission Handover, NATO jokes, Malta Rule of Law

By |december 6th, 2019|Danfoss, Daphne Caruana Galizia, Donald Trump, Justin Trudeau, Malta, Nato, News, Tweets of the week, Von der Leyen Commission|

VDL Commission takes up its seat, Trump under fire as NATO leaders meet, and Rule of Law in Malta feeling the heat.

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Slovak President asks court to quash Europe’s longest pre-election poll blackout

By |december 6th, 2019|Jan Kuciak, News, scandals, Slovak elections, Slovakia, Smer, Zuzana Caputova|

Slovakia's president asked the Constitutional Court on Thursday (5 December) to strike down a lengthy ban on publishing opinion polls ahead of elections in February, a restriction seen by most opposition parties as an attempt to sideline political newc...

Komentarji so izklopljeni za Slovak President asks court to quash Europe’s longest pre-election poll blackout