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Parliament warns the rule of law at risk in EU member states

In June, the European citizens will vote for their representatives in the European Parliament. The European elections represent a crucial moment for the existence...

Brussels welcomes Poland’s plan to address concerns about democratic backsliding

Polish Justice Minister Adam Bodnar presented an "action plan" to the European affairs ministers in Brussels on Tuesday. The plan aims to address the concerns about...

Parliament: Safeguards agreed on general purpose artificial intelligence

MEPs have endorsed at committee level the provisional agreement on the Artificial Intelligence Act that ensures safety and complies with fundamental rights. On Tuesday, the...

MEPs identify severe irregularities in December’s elections in Serbia

On 17 December 2023, elections were held in Serbia. However, the Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) have claimed they were not conducted fairly....

Greece: Parliament raises the alarm over several worrying developments threatening the rule of law

The European Parliament has adopted a resolution with 330 votes in favour, 254 against, and 26 abstentions about the rule of law in Greece....

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The Parliament debates Fico’s attempts to dismantle the rule of law in Slovakia

On April 11th, the European Parliament held a Mini-Plenary...

Chinese irritation grows as EU launches new competition probe

China snapped back at the European Union over new...

Spain at work on bill to regulate illegal migrants

The lower house of Spain’s Parliament approved a proposal...

Parliament debates Chinese police activity in Europe: Hungary’s case

A summit on law enforcement between China and Hungary...

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