2017. 06. 15.
2017. 06. 15.
2017. 06. 04.
2016. 05. 03.
As the inclement weather eases and migrants prepare themselves to embark, large stretches of the EU’s external borders remain no more secure than before and a political stalemate threatens any effective response. [Blog post by András Gyürk]
2016. 04. 28.
On Monday, the Hungarian Parliament celebrated the five-year anniversary of the passage of Hungary’s first democratic constitution, the Fundamental Law. It has become an example to Member States and EU institutions about how to work together proactively and efficiently, and has weathered more than its fair share of political storms. But that’s not the only European aspect we are pleased to celebrate. [Blog post by MEP József Szájer, chair of the constitutional drafting committee]
2016. 04. 12.
After the terrorist attacks in Paris, France activated its highest state of alert. President François Hollande, a Socialist, summoned his cabinet and then joined the mourners. Thousands of police were activated but the national dragnet missed the perpetrators. No one resigned from the cabinet, police or intelligence services in the aftermath. [Blog post by András Gyürk]
2016. 03. 31.
2016. 03. 16.
2016. 02. 02.
During today afternoon's plenary debate on migration in the European Parliament, Kinga Gál drew attention to the untreated situation on the external borders, which has a destabilizing effect on Europe.
2016. 01. 27.
The attacks against women that took place on New Year’s Eve at the Cologne Central Station – and, as it turned out, also in other cities around Europe – sent a shock through Europe in more than one way. Mass sexual harassment, arrogant migrant perpetrators, an arrogant mayor blaming the victims, a (self?) censoring media. These are symptoms of Europe failing because it refuses to face reality. Fixing Europe starts with dropping taboos. [Blog post]