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Here is a quick book edited by the European Parliament, which quickly explains how the Parliementary committees work
How are the President and the Commissioners of the European Commission elected? Since the Lisbon Treaty, the President of the European Commission is elected by the European Parliament based on a proposal of the European Council which appoints its candidate by the qualified majority “by taking account of the results of the European Parliament Elections”. If this candidate is not
The results of the European elections and the new presidents of the European institutions are now known. France receives 74 seats of which 22 are for the Identity and Democracy group. Spain receives 54 seats of which 20 are for the group of Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats in the European. Poland receives 51 seats of which 26 are
the newsletter following the seminar in ajaccio is now available on our website! Click here to read it
Here is a link to a radio show on RFI. During his intervention on the Vote4Europe? seminar in Brussels, Mr Philippe Lamberts, Member of the European Parliament (Group of the Greens / European Free Alliance) was followed by Juliette Rengeval, journalist. Click here to listen to the show *The segment starts at 9min 14sec and is only in French 😉
Here is a video of the transnational seminar of the Vote4Europe? project in Brussels April 24th 2019.
Here is an open letter to the attention of the European Institutions presenting the opinions and feelings of low-skilled young European citizens on their perception of the European Union. These young European citizens coming from various Member states of the European Union have been able thanks to the financial support of the “Europe for Citizens” programme of the European Commission
The French Transnational seminar will take place on May 14th and will be followed by the Transnational Steering committee on May 15th in Ajaccio. Here is the programme of the two events.
Here is the link to the latest campaign of the European Parliament regarding the European Elections of May 2019. Video There are only 21 days left before the elections, if you still have questions: here’s the link to the European Elections website powered by the European Parliament where you could get answers on how to vote, who to vote for,