We have a duty to share our European dream with our fellow citizens, sharing values of respect for human dignity, the rule of law, freedom, equality, solidarity and responsibility.
It is time for Democrats to take the lead.
Last Monday, the European Parliament adopted the report of the two Committees on Agriculture (AGRI) and Environment (ENVI) on the Farm to Fork Strategy. Our Executive Vice-President Ulrike Müller, as shadow rapporteur for the Renew Europe Group in the AGRI, led the negotiations on this landmark strategy for European agriculture.
Izaskun Bilbao Barandica (EAJ-PNV) welcomed the European Parliament Industry Committee's agreement to extend free-roaming for another ten years. The compromise improves the current regulation, which expires in summer 2022, by making it cheaper for domestic operators to access networks in other countries to offer their customers services and avoid discrimination.
For the first time in recent history, the Polish Constitutional Court has ruled that certain articles of the EU treaties concerning justice are incompatible with Polish law and therefore unenforceable. Whether this is a temporary episode, a well-founded fear or the beginning of a fundamental movement, Frédéric Petit, deputy secretary general of the EDP, explains the situation
Our German MEP Engin Eroglu reflects the Euro Zone Inflation.
On 4 October 2021, the European Parliament debated a report on the EU Road Safety Policy Framework for 2021-2030. The framework includes a series of recommendations on the next steps to be taken at the European, national, regional, and local level to move towards the so-called "Vision Zero", eradicating road deaths and serious injuries.
This year's election marked a record-high number of Germans voting for the Free Voters. Overall, more than one million people voted for the party, which means an increase of 1.4 percentage points compared to 2017 and a total vote share of 2.4 per cent in the federal elections.
The first round of the primary elections held by the Hungarian democratic opposition was organised in September ending up with a great success for our Hungarian member Új Kezdet. Current MP and Új Kezdet President Krisztina Hohn and Új Kezdet Vice-President Szilárd Gyenes won their constituency’s primary and will be the Opposition common candidate in their constituency.