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Venezuela deeply divided

Venezuela´s Supreme Court overturns amnesty bill passed by National Assembly

Venezuela´s Supreme Court has overturned an amnesty bill which could free dozens of jailed opposition leaders approved by the opposition-controlled parliament on March 30. Leer más

European Commission - African Union Commission

Joint Communiqué between the European Commission and the African Union Commission

The European Commission and the African Union Commission agreed a Joint Communiqué setting out key areas of cooperation and common challenges at the 8th College-to-College meeting in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Leer más

Saudi Arabia and Egypt will build a bridge across Red SeaSaudi Arabia and Egypt - Red Sea bridge

Saudi Arabia and Egypt will build a bridge across Red Sea

Saudi Arabia´s king has announced that a bridge linking the country to Egypt will be built over the Red Sea during the second day of his visit to the Egyptian capital, Cairo (8/4). Leer más

Commission presents measures to modernise VAT in the EU

The European Commission has presented an Action Plan setting out ways to reboot the current EU VAT system to make it simpler, more fraud-proof and business-friendly. The current VAT rules urgently need to be updated so they can better support the Single Market, facilitate cross-border trade and keep pace with today´s digital and mobile economy. Leer más

Referendum in Netherlands - EU partnership deal

Netherlands says "No" to EU-Ukraine partnership deal

Dutch people went to vote in a referendum on Wednesday on a partnership deal between the EU and Ukraine. The treaty is intended to strengthen bilateral trade cooperation has encountered opposition in the Netherlands. Leer más

EU Migrant Crisis

European Commission towards new EU asylum options

In response to the EU migrant crisis, the European Commission is due to unveil options for reforms to the way EU countries handle asylum claims. This is the move to resolve the difficulties faced by Greece and Italy, in the context these countries having to deal with thousands coming from the Middle East and Africa. Leer más

Refugee crisis

European Youth Forum calls for urgent action on "humanitarian crisis"

European Youth Forum calls on European Council for urgent action on "humanitarian crisis" and questions the EU/Turkey deal respect of human rights. The European Youth Forum in an open letter has expressed its deep concern with the proposals made on 7th March under a deal between the European Union and Turkey in order to tackle the refugee crisis. Leer más

European Agenda on Migration

Commission reviews 2015 actions and sets 2016 priorities on refugee crisis

At their weekly meeting , the College of Commissioners discussed the refugee crisis, looking at the measures taken in 2015 and the initiatives to be presented in spring 2016. In the past year an unprecedented rise in the number of people seeking international protection in Europe proved a major test for the Common European Asylum System and the Schengen area. T Leer más

New push for independence from Spain

Catalonia elects new separatist president

The regional parliament in Catalonia, invested Carles Puigdemont, as president in an emergency session late in Sunday. The new government will move ahead with plans to write a new constitution, create a central bank, expand the tax agency, and set up its own mechanisms for security and defense. Leer más

Most likely in March

Spain may faces new Catalan elections

Catalan far-left party CUP said on Sunday it would not support acting regional head Artur Mas in his bid for another term, forcing new local elections. The process of forming a government in Catalonia echoes the political situation in Spain at a national level following an inconclusive general election two weeks ago.  Leer más

Until 18 March 2016.

Launch of public consultation on the review of the European Disability Strategy

The European Commission is launching a public consultation today on the mid-term review of the European Disability Strategy (2010-2020). The Strategy provides a roadmap for the implementation of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Leer más

Urban transport

Europe discusses issues on new transport networking companies

The social, economic and legal aspects of transport networking companies like Uber were at the centre of a debate in the Transport and Tourism Committee on Monday. MEPs heard the views of Uber head of policy for Europe, Middle East and Africa, representatives of the European Transport Workers´ Federation (ETF) and International Road Union (IRU) and European Commission. Leer más

€11.23 million to enhance the EU´s

Europe adopts projects to enhance cooperation with Latin America, India and China

The European Commission has approved four new projects with a combined budget of €11.23 million to enhance the EU´s cooperation with India, China and Brazil as well as the Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) region on matters of common interest. Leer más

International Migrants Day

International Federation of Red Cross calls for greater protection for migrants

As more than 3,000 people still arrive every day in Greece, changing border regulations and a growing apathy across Europe are putting the rights and welfare of migrants at risk, according to the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC). Leer más

Spanish General Elections

Spain´s ruling conservatives wins election in a new political environment

The Popular Party (PP) won Spain´s general election on Sunday, however the ruling party fell short of an absolute majority and will need allies if it is to govern for another four-year term. Negotiations may be needed to determine who will govern Spain, with the new far left Podemos and business-friendly Ciudadanos. Leer más

"Towards a digital single market act"

Europe develops policies to promote internet-based apps and the sharing economy

Innovation-friendly policies are needed to boost the sharing economy and online platforms but unjustified geo-blocking must be stopped, say the internal market and industry committees in a resolution passed by the European Parliament. They point out that developing e-government and e-skills could help the EU digital single market to generate €415 billion a year. Leer más

Eurobarometer survey

Interest in EU policies grew, says Eurobarometer poll

More people are generally interested in EU policies (54%, up by 11 points since 2013) and more Europeans feel their countries have benefited from EU membership (60%, up 6% since June 2013), according to the latest Eurobarometer poll, commissioned by the European Parliament and published on Monday. The survey found marked differences among countries on all the issues addressed. Leer más

Budget 2016 deal

Parliament ensures more funding for refugees and jobs

The European Parliament has reached a provisional deal with the Council on the 2016 European budget in the early hours of Saturday. Parliamentary negotiators fought for more money for the migration, jobs and competitiveness priorities of the Parliament. After budget MEPs and the Council formally endorse the deal, the new budget of the European Union will be adopted at the November plenary session of Parliament. Leer más

Aftter the adoption of the secession plan

Catalonian Parliamnet fails its first attempt to elect a regional president

Despite the indepence support, pro-independence radical left party in Catalonia CUP, didn´t instate Arthur Mas as President. CUP admitted to find positive points in Mas´ roadmap to independence proposal, which included numerous social measures. However, they considered his commitment to beating corruption as a President was"insufficient",  Leer más

Controversial process to split from Spain

Catalonian Parliament aproves a resolution to start the independence of the region

The Catalonian Parliament approved a resolution on Monday in favour of the region independence from Spain within just 18 months. Spain´s central government will challenge the vote in court. Catalonia´s independence movement is an increasingly prickly thorn in the side of conservative Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, who said his government would go to the Constitutional Court to challenge the resolution. Leer más

EU Youth Report 2015

European Youth Forum urges that youth policy is not fulfilling its potential

The European Youth Forum has published an in-depth report, based on analysis from youth organisations all over Europe, which sheds bleak light on the state of youth policy in Europe. Youth policy is not yet fulfilling its potential to address the huge issues that young people face, such as unemployment and social marginalisation. Leer más

Humanitarian Aid

European Commission to give €28 million in humanitarian aid to Jordan

The European Commission will give €28 million in humanitarian aid to support Syrians displaced by the conflict in their host communities in Jordan. The funding allocation was announced by European Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management, Christos Stylianides, who is currently on a visit to Jordan and Lebanon. Leer más

European special committee finalises its tax rulings recommendationsTaxation levels across the EU

European special committee finalises its tax rulings recommendations

It has taken eight months of hard work, but the results are finally there: on Monday 26 October the special committee on tax rulings votes on its recommendations for achieving fair and transparent corporate taxation in Europe. Leer más

Eurobarometer opinion poll

Two out of every three Europeans want migrant crisis tackled at EU level

Tackling unemployment and migration are for many Europeans the biggest challenges facing the EU, according to the latest Eurobarometer opinion poll commissioned by Parliament. Nearly two thirds think decisions on migration should be taken at the EU level rather than nationally, while eight out of ten said asylum seekers should be "better distributed among all EU member states". However, the answers vary considerably from country to country. Leer más

New rules will protect consumers

European Parliament adopts proposal to create safer and more innovative European payments

The new rules will protect consumers better when they make payments, promote the development and use of innovative online and mobile payments and make European payment services safer. Following the Parliament´s vote, the Directive will be formally adopted by the EU Council of Ministers in the near future. The Directive will then be published in the Official Journal of the EU Leer más
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