It was a weekend of voting in Cyprus and Italy this past weekend. A runoff for the Presidential election in Cyprus was held on Sunday while Italians went to the polls to elect a new Parliament. Cyprus No candidate obtained 50% or over in the first round of Presidential elections […]
In the run-up to Ireland’s Referendum on the Fiscal Stability Treaty last May, European Movement Ireland produced a series of infosheets aimed at providing Irish citizens with independent, unbiased information regarding the Treaty’s content, potential impact and progress around Europe. These Just the Facts Fiscal Treaty Infosheets were designed to […]
Late Payments Directive 2011/7/EU On the 15 January, the European Commission held a briefing seminar in Dublin on the Late Payments Directive. This directive applies to all payments for commercial transactions and is a recast of an older directive from 2000, which was failing to combat the problem of late […]
First Round 11-12 January 2013 On the 11 and 12 January 2013, the first round of Presidential elections took place in the Czech Republic. This is the first time that a President has ever been directly elected by the Czech people following a change to the electoral law in February […]
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