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#Sassoli – Parliament won’t accept just any long-term #EUBudget agreement

#Sassoli – Parliament won’t accept just any long-term #EUBudget agreement

| February 21, 2020

David Sassoli  European Parliament President David Sassoli (pictured) reminded EU leaders Parliament approval is needed for the EU budget and said MEPs would not accept just any agreement. Sassoli was speaking at the start of an EU Council aimed at finding an agreement between member states on the EU’s next long-term budget. The budget for […]

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#EUBudget deal no closer after leaders’ all-night talks

#EUBudget deal no closer after leaders’ all-night talks

| February 21, 2020

European Union leaders appeared no closer to reaching a deal on the bloc’s next joint budget on Friday (21 February), with deep divisions between richer and poorer nations over its size – and what to spend it on – unresolved after all-night talks, write Jakub Riha and Gabriela Baczynska. Some want extra funding to match […]

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#EUBudget – ‘More ambition needed for a new European dynamic’ says #RenewEurope

#EUBudget – ‘More ambition needed for a new European dynamic’ says #RenewEurope

| February 19, 2020

Renew Europe President Dacian Ciolos has met with the President of the European Council, Charles Michel, to discuss the latest negotiations on the EU budget, ahead of the special meeting of the European Council on 20th February. Dacian CIOLOȘ issued a statement after the meeting. On the overall MFF: “The figures discussed at this stage […]

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#EUBudget battle, #Poland standoff, #Vietnam trade

#EUBudget battle, #Poland standoff, #Vietnam trade

| February 14, 2020

The European Parliament debated the EU´s next long-term budget plan, with EPP Group MEPs warning EU member states against taking decisions without considering the Parliament’s position. The EPP Group urged the European Commission to ask the European Court of Justice to block a Polish law aimed at firing dissident judges critical of the nationalist government’s […]

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More than money: the long-term #EUBudget is a tool for Europe’s future

More than money: the long-term #EUBudget is a tool for Europe’s future

| February 13, 2020

We cannot do more with less, MEPs say in the debate about the EU’s long-term budget 2021-2027 © European Union 2020 – EPFramework. MEPs underlined that Parliament will only give its consent to a budget that meets the European Union’s ambitions, in a debate on EU funding for 2021-2027. Talking about the budget means talking […]

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The EU’s long-term #EUBudget explained

The EU’s long-term #EUBudget explained

| February 10, 2020

The EU’s long-term budget helps millions of students, thousands of researchers, cities, businesses, regions and NGOs  How is the EU funded and what is the money used for? Read on to understand what the EU long-term budget is and how it is decided. The EU’s long-term budget helps millions of students, thousands of researchers, cities, […]

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#EUBudget – European Parliament must insist on a strong EU budget for 2021-2027 that enables the EU to deliver on its political priorities

#EUBudget – European Parliament must insist on a strong EU budget for 2021-2027 that enables the EU to deliver on its political priorities

| February 10, 2020

The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) has forcefully reiterated its call for a Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) of 1.3% of EU-27 gross national income (GNI) for the period of 2021-2027. The Committee called on the European Parliament to insist on a strong budget in its negotiations with the Council. This call comes at a […]

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