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The oldest MEP 92 years old

The European Parliament figures out the new MEP´s characteristics

Parliament figured out the facts on new MEPs. A 66-year age gap separates the youngest from the oldest MEP, two-thirds of Maltese MEPs are female, while 70% of German members got re-elected. The percentage of women increased from 35.05% in 2009 to 36.88% in 2014, while the proportion of re-elected MEPs slightly went down from 49.59% in 2009 to 49.4% in 2014 Leer más

Eurogroup urges Member States to cut taxes on employment to create jobs and growthEurope´s taxes on labour

Eurogroup urges Member States to cut taxes on employment to create jobs and growth

Cutting taxes on employment will create jobs and growth, making Europe´s economies more competitive, Eurozone finance ministers – the Eurogroup – said yesterday. The ministers of finance listed 11 of the Eurozone´s 18 members which needed to act particularly quickly, including Germany, France and Spain. Leer más

Martin Schulz re-elected President of the European Parliament2014 European Elections

Martin Schulz re-elected President of the European Parliament

Martin Schulz has been re-elected President of the European Parliament for another two and a half year term. The 58-year old German MEP will lead Parliament until January 2017. He won 409 out of 612 valid votes cast in the first ballot. Leer más

The new European Parliament elects president, vice-presidents and quaestors1st and 2nd of July

The new European Parliament elects president, vice-presidents and quaestors

The Parliament´s key post will be decided on 1 and 2 July when MEPs elect the president, vice-presidents and quaestors Leer más

European leaders to discuss who will run the European CommissionEuropean Council

European leaders to discuss who will run the European Commission

The long battle for choosing the new head of the EU Commission is to be finalized in the June 27 summit. Leaders from the 28-country European Union are meeting in Brussels on Friday with a number of different items on the agenda. Leer más

Photo competition to enhace Europe"Europe in My Region"

Photo competition to enhace Europe

The "Europe in My Region: Photo Competition 2014" wants to publicize the EU-funded projects around Europe. In order to win the contest EU young are invited to submit photo of local project receiving EU funds. Winner will receive 1000 euro to spend on digital camera equipment and a two-night trip for two to Brussels between 6th and 9th of October 2014. Leer más

Researchers and technologists recruitment

Italy targets Italian and foreign high-profile researchers to boost R&D

Italian Minister of Education, University and Research has given the green light for the recruitment of Italian and foreign researchers and technologists. The recruitment will be funded by Regular Fund Financing Research Institutions. The initiative is developed to boost R&D in Italy.  Leer más

State aid

Commission facilitates support for important projects of common European interest

The European Commission has adopted a new Communication setting out criteria under which Member States can grant public support for the implementation of Important Projects of Common European Interest (IPCEIs) in line with EU state aid rules. The communication is part of the State Aid Modernisation (SAM) setting an ambitious modernisation programme of state aid control to foster sustainable, smart and inclusive growth. Leer más

240,000 new jobs expected

EU launches the world´s largest civilian robotics programme

The European Commission and 180 companies and research organisations (under the umbrella of euRobotics) launch the world´s largest civilian research and innovation programme in robotics.  Leer más

European Semester 2014

Europe draws attention to reforms needed to support job creation

The European Commission has today adopted a series of economic policy recommendations to individual Member States to strengthen the recovery that began a year ago. Leer más

New European  budget to cover research, education, support to businesses and cohesion policiesEUR 4.738 billion

New European budget to cover research, education, support to businesses and cohesion policies

The Commission is proposing to increase the 2014 level of payment appropriations by EUR 4.738 billion to cover legal obligations in research and innovation, education and support for small and medium-sized enterprises. Leer más

The President of UE Commission must be chosen

UE Parliament: which will be the next steps

The new European Parliament has now to face some decisions, among which the choice of the new President of the Commission and the way to deal with the growing europhobia . Leer más

43.11% participation

Centre-right groups lead the European Parliament elections

The centre-right groups are leading the European Parliament elections. Euro-sceptic parties made big gains across Europe in the Parliamentary elections, with France´s Front National and Britain´s Ukip surging into the lead in their respective countries. Leer más

EU Conference of Presidents meet to discuss European Parliament elections results Tuesday 27th of May

EU Conference of Presidents meet to discuss European Parliament elections results

Conference of Presidents, which consists of the leaders of parliamentary groups and the EP president, meets early on Tuesday 27 May, to discuss what the results of the European elections mean for the political landscape in Europe and Parliament itself, as well as how they will influence the election of the president of the European Commission. Leer más

28 member states will be voting from 22th until 25th MayEuropean Election have started

28 member states will be voting from 22th until 25th May

The first voting booths opened in the UK and the Netherlands this morning. In the next four days 400 million Europeans will have the right to choose who will be in charge in Europe.  Leer más

Candidates for the presidency of the European Commission battle out key issues on Europe´s future First European Presidential debate

Candidates for the presidency of the European Commission battle out key issues on Europe´s future

The First European Presidential debate took place on Monday 28th April in Maastricht. The debate, hosted by the City of Maastricht, Maastricht University, Connect Limburg and the European Youth Forum. The candidates for the presidency of the European Commission battle out key issues on the future of Europe.  Leer más

Ireland, Spain and Greece have experienced the most significant negative changes toward immigrantsUniversity of Limerick study

Ireland, Spain and Greece have experienced the most significant negative changes toward immigrants

According to a new study of 12 European countries from the University of Limerick, Ireland, Spain and Greece have experienced the most significant negative changes in attitudes towards immigrants between 2002 and 2010 Leer más

EU residents will be able to open a basic bank account in any member stateTransparent payment accounts

EU residents will be able to open a basic bank account in any member state

Anyone legally residing in the EU would have the right to open a basic payment account, and no-one could be denied this right on grounds of nationality or place of residence, under a new law passed by the European Parliament on Tuesday Leer más

European elections results will be announced 25th of MayEuropean elections

European elections results will be announced 25th of May

The EU parliamentary elections to be held next month are being hailed as a great opportunity.There are separate contests in each of the 28 member states, which will be closely watched for their effect on national politics across the continent. Leer más

Europe proposes more flexible visa rules to boost growth and job creationTo attract business people, students and researchers

Europe proposes more flexible visa rules to boost growth and job creation

The European Commision has presented a proposal to shorten and simplify the procedures for those wanting to come to the EU for short stays, and induce more cost savings and less bureaucracy, whilst maintaining the level of security Leer más

EU-US cooperate on cyber security and cyberspaceCyber Dialogue

EU-US cooperate on cyber security and cyberspace

The US and the EU share a commitment to support a universal, open, free, and secure Internet, based on an inclusive, effective, and transparent multi-stakeholder model of governance. Leer más

OECD warns governments should target social spending on the most needySocial fallout from economic crisis

OECD warns governments should target social spending on the most needy

Governments should target social spending on the most needy, says report. Income inequality and social divisions could worsen and become entrenched unless governments act quickly to boost support for the most vulnerable in society, according to a new report from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Leer más

EU and US establish sanctions over CrimeaCondemned by the international community

EU and US establish sanctions over Crimea

Ministers from the EU member states met Monday to discuss the consequences of the vote, which was largely condemned as illegal by the international community.  Leer más

Students and civilians killed during protests in VenezuelaClashes between police and protesters

Students and civilians killed during protests in Venezuela

Three more people were killed in Venezuela in clashes between police and anti-government protesters, raising the death toll from weeks of demonstrations to 24. People killed include victims on both sides. Leer más

US and EU impose sanctions to RussiaVisa restrictions

US and EU impose sanctions to Russia

US and his EU allies unveiled a co-ordinated set of sanctions on Thursday to punish Russia for occupying the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea, imposing visa restrictions. Leer más
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