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European foreign ministers back Hillary Clintons campaign

Fabius of France and Steinmeier of Germany offer praise for Clinton in unusual diplomatic move

The foreign ministers of Germany and France appear to have come close to breaking with diplomatic convention by publicly backing Hillary Clintons bid for the US presidency. Laurent Fabius of France and Frank-Walter Steinmeier of Germany offered unusual praise for Clinton, who on Sunday revealed she was joining the race to replace Barack Obama at the helm of US government. Leer ms

Marco Rubio announces presidential bid for 2016 elections

Rubio is the forward-looking candidate to lead the nation toward a new American century

Yesterday at Miamis Freedom Tower Republican Senator Marco Rubio announced his presidential bid. He cast himself as the forward-looking candidate to lead the nation toward a new American century, framing the election as a "generational choice" for Americans. Leer ms

Discrimination and social exclusion

Europe celebrates the International Roma Day

The International Roma Day was held on the 8th of April to celebrate Romani culture and raise awareness of the issues facing Roma people. Europes largest ethnic minority - an estimated 10 million Roma live in Europe and six million within the EU - is often subject to discrimination and social exclusion. Leer ms

Combatting tax avoidance

Commission presents Tax Transparency Package

The European Commission has presented a package of tax transparency measures as part of its ambitious agenda to tackle corporate tax avoidance and harmful tax competition in the EU. A key element of this Tax Transparency Package is a proposal to introduce the automatic exchange of information between Member States on their tax rulings. Leer ms

ECOFIN Council

EU Finance Ministers agree on the investment plan fund

EU Finance Ministers agreed on the Regulation to set up the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI), which will be at the heart of the Commissions 315 billion Investment Plan for Europe. The decision clears a major hurdle on the path to matching ample liquidity reserves with potential investment projects. Leer ms

Exchange of information between Member States

Commission to adopt a first package to promote tax transparency

On 18 March, the Commission is due to adopt a first set of tax transparency measures, as part of its ambitious agenda to tackle corporate tax avoidance and harmful tax competition in the EU. A key element of this Tax Transparency Package is a proposal to introduce the automatic exchange of information between Member States on their tax rulings. It will enable Member States to detect certain abusive tax practices by companies and take the necessary action in response. Leer ms

Energy Union

EU leaders agree on the way to connect the Iberian Peninsula with the rest of the EU energy market

The European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker met in Madrid with the President of France Franois Hollande, the Prime Minister of Spain Mariano Rajoy and the Prime Minister of Portugal Pedro Passos Coelho to agree on ways to strengthen the connections of the Iberian Peninsula with the rest of the EU energy market. Leer ms

A new study questions the Venezuelan electoral systemDoubts on the victory of Chavism

A new study questions the Venezuelan electoral system

Doubts about the victory of Chavism in the 2004 presidential recall referendum, held in order to decide whether or not Hugo Chavez would remain in power, were the starting point for a study at Carlos III University in Madrid. The study indicates that there are irregularities which cast doubt on the fairness of the Venezuelan electoral system since the time of the referendum. Leer ms

255 million EU support

Electricity interconnection between France and Spain completed

The European Commissioner for Climate Action and Energy, together with the Prime Minister of Spain, and the Prime Minister of France attended the inauguration of the Santa Llogaia Baixs power line. This project doubles the existing electricity interconnection capacity between France and Spain, from 1400 megawatt to 2800 megawatt, and helps connecting the power system of the Iberian Peninsula to other European energy markets. Leer ms

Greeces current bailout program

Greece asks Europe for a loan extension

Greece has asked its group of European creditors to give it a six-month loan extension, according to a tweet by the head of the Eurogroup, Jeroen Dijsselbloem. The government of leftist Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras urgently needs to secure a financial lifeline to keep the country afloat beyond late March. Leer ms

Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations

212 million for healthcare, education and other basic social services to the Palestinian people

The European Union has released the first tranche of its 2015 financial support to the Palestinian Authority and to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA), totalling 212 million. This new funding will help provide vital basic services such as education, healthcare and social services to the Palestinian people. Leer ms

48 hours to respond to Eurogroup

Greeces financial programme hit problems with Eurogroup

Greece has been given until Friday to request an extension to its bailout programme or face the consequences. The ultimatum came after Mondays talks with eurozone finance ministers collapsed. A new Eurogroup meeting will be held again on Friday, in what is seen as a deadline for the Greek government to submit an extension request.  Leer ms

With 45 members

The European Parliament sets up a special committee on tax rulings

Parliament as a whole voted on Thursday to set up a special parliamentary committee to look into EU member states "tax rulings and other measures similar in nature or effect" and make recommendations for the future. The committee will have 45 members and is established for an initial period of six months. Leer ms

With 45 members

The European Parliament sets up a special committee on tax rulings

Parliament as a whole voted on Thursday to set up a special parliamentary committee to look into EU member states "tax rulings and other measures similar in nature or effect" and make recommendations for the future. The committee will have 45 members and is established for an initial period of six months. Leer ms

Fair trials for children

EU rules will protect the rights of minors in criminal proceedings

An estimated one million children come into formal contact with the police and judiciary in the EU each year (i.e. 12% of the total EU population facing criminal justice). However, their legal protection varies from country to country. Due to these disparities, in practice many children do not have access to a lawyer in the EU. Draft EU rules ensure that children suspected or accused of a crime are assisted by a lawyer at all stages of criminal proceedings in any EU country. Leer ms

New Greek government policy

Education will play a central role in restructuring the country Alexis Tsipras said

Education is what will make our country competitive Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said during the presentation of the new Greek government policy on Sunday night A Research and Innovation Minister has been appointed because the new government believes that research in tertiary education is a long-term investment. This will attract young people who left Greece. Leer ms

Strategic policy document

The European Commission launches work on Energy Union

Europe has launched work on the Energy Union; a fundamental step towards the completion of single energy market and reforming how Europe produces, transports and consumes energy. The Energy Union with a Forward-looking Climate Change Policy is one of the key political priorities of the Juncker Commission. After more than 60 years from the founding of the Coal and Steel Community, the Commission today drew a plan for reorganising European energy policies and kicked off work for European Leer ms

Youth ideas for a better Europe

EYE hearings connect Europes youth with policy makers

Over the last few weeks the European Parliament hosted the EYE hearings. Former EYE participants had the opportunity to present the ideas from the event to seven parliamentary committees and receive feedback from European policy makers. Leer ms

To discuss next steps

Greek Prime Minsiter to meet Juncker on Wednesday

New Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will visit European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on Wednesday, the Commission said. The new leftist Greek government led by Alexis Tsipras, announced it wants to end the existing debt arrangement with the troika (European Union, the European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund) when its aid deadline expires on February 28. Leer ms

Mandatory register of lobbyists

The Commission and Parliament implement new rules on lobbying

A new version of the EU Transparency Register will be launched following joint work by the European Commission and the European Parliament. This second generation of the Register implements the provisions of the revised Inter-institutional Agreement signed between the European Parliament and the European Commission in April 2014. Leer ms

Greece general elections

The elections in Greece bring reactions from EU political groups

The legislative elections in Greece on 25 January brought to power Syriza, a leftist group which campaigned on an anti-austerity platform. The Parliaments president Martin Schulz as well as representatives of the various political groups share their views and expectations after the vote. Leer ms

Election 2015

Greek left party wins election

The left-wing party won Sundays parliamentary elections, threatening renewed turmoil in global markets and throwing the countrys continued membership in the eurozone into question. Syriza, is still waiting to find out whether it would have enough seats to govern alone, or be forced to seek support from another party. Leer ms

Security and jobs

The European Parliament debates priorities of the Latvian presidency

Increasing security, boosting growth, creating jobs, establishing a digital single market: Latvia will have plenty to do at the helm of the Council presidency the coming six months. Latvian Prime Minister Laimdota Straujuma discussed her countrys priorities during a debate in the European Parliament on 14 January. Some MEPs welcomed plans to focus on passenger name record legislation to improve security, while others stressed the importance of investment. Leer ms

Longest-serving head of state

Giorgio Napolitano, Italys president resigns

Giorgio Napolitano, Italys longest-serving president, resigned yesterday. He had cited his advanced age among reasons that convinced him to leave before the end of its second seven-year presidential term. Napolitano, who reluctantly accepted a second term in 2013 after parliament failed to elect his successor for days, had signaled from the start he wouldnt serve another full mandate. Leer ms

315 billion on track

The European Commission presents a law for the European Fund for Strategic Investments

The European Commission has adopted the legislative proposal for the European Fund for Strategic Investments, which will be established in close partnership with the European Investment Bank (EIB). The Fund will mobilise at least 315 billion in private and public investment across the European Union. This will especially support strategic investments, such as in broadband and energy networks, as well as smaller companies  Leer ms
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