These are turbulent times in the history of Europe. The crisis has made citizens aware that Europe touches the heart of their living conditions. They have understood more than ever that European countries are interdependent, and what is happening in another EU member state fully affects everyone's future prospects.
As times have changed, so has the European Parliament. The Parliament is more than ever driven by what matters to the citizen. We want to listen to the many voices and act accordingly. We want to react to the challenges. We want to have a real, positive impact. To take on the present and to shape the future. Together, for each and every one of us.
Together we can act, react and make a real impact.