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Sreda, 1. marec 2017 - Bruselj Pregledana izdaja

16. Izjava predsednika Komisije o Beli knjigi o prihodnosti Evropske unije
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  Tanja Fajon (S&D ). – Mr President, I have really tried to understand President Juncker’s approach today, but I have to say that I have difficulties. I am not sure if it is the right one.

You have spoken about five scenarios, Mr Juncker, and you are actually referring the decision to the national capitals. I know that the Commission does not have the power to discuss levels of integration but I think that, more than ever, we need clear leadership, with vision and concrete proposals. I agree with you that we need a sincere, open dialogue with our citizens and collective motivation but, again, I hope that the way you choose today is the right one.

My strong vision is like yours: to have a Europe that is not divided; to have an open and modern Europe, peaceful and with real security and wellbeing for everyone.

One thing I would like to say is that the biggest priority for Socialists and Democrats is the asylum system, with genuine reform of the Dublin arrangements, and I do not see that as an absolute priority of this Commission. Also, when we speak about immigration, we need a system truly based on solidarity. We have to go back to a fully restored Schengen and not have border controls: there are no grounds for having them introduced.

 
Zadnja posodobitev: 23. maj 2018Pravno obvestilo