Showing posts with label European Parliament. Show all posts
Showing posts with label European Parliament. Show all posts

Tuesday, January 24, 2023

Morocco votes to 'reconsider' ties with European Union

 Moroccan lawmakers on Monday voted unanimously to review ties with the European Parliament, accusing it of meddling after a resolution that urged the kingdom to respect press freedom.

Friday, January 20, 2023

Ex-Polish FM lambasts ‘corruption’ in EU parliament

The EU parliament has failed to take meaningful measures to tackle corruption within its ranks, Polish MEP Witold Waszczykowski said on Wednesday in the wake of December’s Qatar bribery scandal. He made the comments after a parliamentary session on the topic of corruption.

Thursday, January 19, 2023

Monday, January 2, 2023

EU Parliament Chief Moves To Lift Two MEPs Immunity, outside attack on "European democracy"

The European Parliament on Monday announced its chief, Roberta Metsola, had launched "an urgent procedure" to lift the immunity of two MEPs amid a corruption scandal linked to Qatar.

Tuesday, December 13, 2022

EU Parliament Votes To Terminate Vice President Kailis Term

The European Parliament has voted positively on terminating the term of Eva Kaili as the EU body's vice president over the recent bribery scandal, but she still holds the position of a parliament member, according to the vote's results on Tuesday.

Saturday, December 10, 2022

European Parliament Hotbed Of Corruption, Greek Communist Party Said

 Corruption investigations against European Parliament Vice-President and Greek politician Eva Kaili, as well as other European politicians, show that the European Union is a hotbed of corruption, the Communist Party of Greece said on Saturday.

Friday, December 9, 2022

European Parliament Vice-President Detained In Belgium In Corruption Case - Reports

 European Parliament Vice-President, Greek politician Eva Kaili, was detained on Friday in Brussels as part of an investigation into possible corruption, the Belgian edition of Le Soir reported.

Thursday, July 5, 2018

Parlement européen: la réforme controversée du droit d'auteur est rejetée

Parlement européen
Le Parlement européen a rejeté jeudi la réforme européenne du droit d'auteur, un texte ardemment défendu par les créateurs, les artistes ou les éditeurs de presse, mais auquel les géants du numérique ou les militants de la liberté sur internet étaient opposés.

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

El PE reclama diálogo dentro de la ley y la CE deja claro que no mediará

El PE reclama diálogo dentro de la ley y la CE deja claro que no mediará
La demanda de llegar a una solución mediante el diálogo dentro de la ley, tras el referéndum ilegal del domingo en Cataluña, unió hoy a todos los portavoces de grupos europeos en el Parlamento Europeo en un debate en el que la Comisión Europea (CE) dejó claro que solo le incumbe a los españoles su futuro y que por ello Bruselas no mediará.

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Négociations du Brexit : le Parlement européen déplore le manque de progrès

Brexit
Le Parlement européen a déploré mardi l'insuffisance de progrès dans les tractations du Brexit, qui ne permet pas d'entamer une nouvelle phase et d'ouvrir les discussions sur la nature de la future relation entre Bruxelles et Londres.

Monday, October 2, 2017

Le Parlement européen va débattre mercredi de la situation en Catalogne

le président du Parlement, Antonio Tajani
Les députés européens ont décidé lundi d'ajouter à leur ordre du jour de mercredi un débat consacré à la situation en Catalogne, marquée par des violences policières lors du référendum d'autodétermination dimanche.

Thursday, March 2, 2017

EU Parliament lifts Le Pen immunity over ISIS tweets

The European Parliament has lifted French far-right leader Marine Le Pen's immunity from prosecution over her tweeting of images of so-called Islamic State atrocities.

Thursday, January 19, 2017

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Antonio Tajani to be next European Parliament head

Italian centre-right politician Antonio Tajani has been elected the new president of the European Parliament after a final round of voting tonight.

European Parliament to vote for new president

Electoral campaigns have been underway in Strasbourg on Monday evening as the European Parliament, meeting for its first plenary session of the new year, prepares to vote Tuesday for a new president.

Thursday, November 24, 2016

Disproportionate repressive measures: Ankara in fury after Euro parliament vote

The Turkish government has reacted angrily to the European Parliament’s Nov. 24 overwhelming recommendation to freeze Ankara’s EU accession negotiations, with chief negotiator Ömer Çelik saying his government regards the decision as “void.”

EU Parliament votes to urge halt to Turkey EU membership talks

European Union lawmakers called on Thursday for a temporary halt to EU membership talks with Turkey because of Ankara's "disproportionate" reaction to July's failed coup, although EU governments are unlikely to take heed.

Martin Schulz to give up European Parliament for German politics

Martin Schulz will announce this morning (24 November) that he is giving up his bid to serve another term as European Parliament president and will instead campaign for a seat in the German Bundestag in next year’s elections.

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

European Parliament demands freeze on Turkey accession talks

The European Commission and member states of the European Union (EU) should impose a temporary freeze on negotiations with Turkey for accession to the union, parliamentarians said on Tuesday.

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

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