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The European Commission said Tuesday new EU member Croatia is in breach of rules on the public deficit and debt and will have to take measures to remedy the problem. The Commission, the EU's executive arm and responsible for enforcing the bloc's
The non-binding report, among others, suggested the legalisation of abortion in all Member States. Hypocrisy and obscurantism have overshadowed women's legitimate rights, was the reaction of the MEPs that backed the report. The non-binding resolution
Outflow of workers' remittances at 38.8 billion in 2012 In 2012 in the EU27, flows of money sent by migrants to their country of origin, known as workers' remittances, including both extra-EU27 and intra-EU27 flows, amounted to 38.8 billion.
The Council Recommendation on effective Roma integration measures in the Member States adopted today gives specific guidance to help Member States, but it is not legally binding. Simultaneously, the EU Parliament debated in a plenary in Strasbourg
According to a report released today by the European Commission, average difference between men and women in hourly earnings is 16.2%. Since last year, the gender pay gap remained the same, brining the gender inequality issue on the spotlight again.
Member states raised concerns that the balance between the interests of all stakeholders is not yet achieved and the consolidation that might result from the proposal could harm some markets and operators, Rimantas Sinkevicius, Lithuania's minister
The Commissioner welcomed the unanimous adoption of the Resolution on EU integration in the parliament last week which was a clear signal of improved cooperation between government and opposition. "I keep stressing the need for inclusiveness and
Belgian subsidiary and Steria , a leading provider of IT-enabled business services, today announced a Unisys-led consortium has won a framework contract to modernize the mission-critical communications network used by European Union member states to
Member states did not want a strong mechanism protecting social and economic rights In an interview to New Europe, Niels Muiznieks, Commissioner for Human Rights urges EU leaders to restore the European social model and put back on the agenda human,
The system aims at saving the lives of those who put themselves in danger to reach Europe's shores. It will also seek to equip the EU and its Member States with better tools to prevent cross-border crimes, such as trafficking in human beings or