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Welcome comments on Brexit but lack of recognition for the role of citizens in the Future of Europe a missed opportunity

European Movement Ireland response to the State of the European Union address Dublin, 12 September 2018:   Commenting on today’s State of the European Union address by European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, Noelle O Connell, Executive Director of European Movement Ireland, said: “In his final address as Commission President, Mr. […]

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‘All EU Need To Know’: The change in composition of the European Parliament explained

What is the current composition of the European Parliament? There are currently 751 Members of the European Parliament (MEPs). The Treaty on European Union (TEU) outlines that no Member State can have fewer than six MEP seats or more than 96. There is also a policy of ‘degressive proportionality’, whereby […]

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Weekly European Agenda – 20 March 2017

Welcome to the Weekly European Agenda!  Thanks to our colleagues at European Movement International, each Monday we bring you a breakdown of the agendas of European Institutions for the upcoming week. European Movement International Saturday 25 March  European Movement International in Rome European Movement International will be marking the 60th […]

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Weekly European Agenda – 13 March 2017

Welcome to the Weekly European Agenda!  Thanks to our colleagues at European Movement International, each Monday we bring you a breakdown of the agendas of European Institutions for the upcoming week. European Union European Parliament Monday 13 March Plenary Session Debates: Mercury; Long-term shareholder engagement and corporate governance statement. Joint […]

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