FEDERALIST SANDRO GOZI AND CONSERVATIVE JAN ZAHRADIL AGREE TO DISAGREE IN UEF ELECTION DEBATE. 25.1.2019

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FEDERALIST SANDRO GOZI AND CONSERVATIVE JAN ZAHRADIL AGREE TO DISAGREE IN UEF ELECTION DEBATE Article first published in The New Federalist, 25 January, by Juuso Järviniemi, Lorène Weber Ahead of the European elections, the Union of European Federalists (UEF) has invited all parties’ lead candidates to debate with its President Sandro Gozi. The first ‘Spitzenkandidat’ to accept the invitation was the Conservatives and Reformists’ … Čtěte dál…

Jan Zahradil: The EU needs a breath of fresh air. 26.5.2019

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With only few hours left before the final results of the 2019 European Parliament elections, Jan Zahradil, the lead candidate of the Alliance of Conservatives and Reformists in Europe for the Commission President, is hopeful this Sunday will bring the long-awaited change the EU desperately needs. He said: “I believe these elections will bring an end to the old grand coalition between … Čtěte dál…

European Parliament Elections 2019: Spitzenkandidat Nominees. 10.5.2019

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The European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) Spitzenkandidat Nominee Biography Jan Zahradil MEP Chair of the Alliance of Conservatives and Reformists in Europe (ACRE) Czech MEP Jan Zahradil has been chosen as the Spitzenkandidat for the European Conservatives and Reformists group. He currently serves as Chair of the Alliance of Conservatives and Reformists in Europe and is a strong advocate a … Čtěte dál…

Conservatives endorse Czech MEP for Commission top job. 19.4.2019

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Jan Zahradil calls for ‘genuine EU reform.’ By MAÏA DE LA BAUME  11/13/18, 6:11 PM CET Updated 4/19/19, 1:29 AM CET STRASBOURG — The European Conservatives and Reformists endorsed Czech MEP Jan Zahradil as their nominee for Commission president on Tuesday, vowing to remain the major Euro-critical voice in the Parliament. „We have always been serious about a genuine EU reform,“ Zahradil told POLITICO, a … Čtěte dál…

LITTLE PROGRESS ACHIEVED ON BUDGETARY INSTRUMENT DURING EUROGROUP/ECOFIN. 19.3.2019

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LITTLE PROGRESS ACHIEVED ON BUDGETARY INSTRUMENT DURING EUROGROUP/ECOFIN EU Finance Ministers gathered to continue discussions on the EU’s economic reform agenda. The Eurogroup and ECOFIN meetings focused on the so-called budgetary instrument for convergence and competitiveness (BICC), digital taxation, the Commission’s assessment for the 2019/20 economic outlook and the European Semester. Overall, very little progress was achieved, with Ministers deciding … Čtěte dál…

European Elections 2019 Campaign Tracker | EU Parliament Press. 6.5. 2019

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To help media keep track of the European election campaigns, the EP Press service provides a daily newsfeed on country-specific electoral facts, events and debates in all member states. Disclaimer: this is an informal message intended to help journalists covering the work of the European Parliament. It is neither an official press release nor a comprehensive record of proceeding. 6 MAY EU28. Find … Čtěte dál…

EU Elections 2019: Brussels‘ Game of Thrones Has Just Begun. 10.4.2019

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By Michael Trinkwalder On May 26th the three-day election marathon for the 751 seats in the European Parliament (EP) finally came to an end, but the continent is still struggling to process its conflicting results: although far-right populist parties managed to gain ground, they fell far short of projections that saw them achieve one-third or more of all seats in the … Čtěte dál…

Jan Zahradil at Maastricht Debate. 30.4.2019

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Jan Zahradils Closing Pitch at the Maastricht Debate The first big Spitzenkandidat debate of all lead candidates except EPP’s Manfred Weber took place in the city of Maastricht on Monday 30th April. Organised by the University of Maastricht, the debate was moderated by Politico Europe’s Ryan Heath and Rianne Letschert, rector of Maastricht University, and focused on 3 main themes: Digital … Čtěte dál…