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Chile: the government struggles to implement its reform programme

25-04-2019

Chile is a close partner of the EU in Latin America. The EU and Chile have a mutual interest in pursuing even closer ties, leading them to agree to upgrade and modernise the Association Agreement signed in 2002. They started negotiations on a modernised agreement in November 2017. President Sebastián Piñera's centre-right government took office in March 2018. Politically, the situation of the Mapuche indigenous community and stricter migration policies have dominated its first year. The government ...

Chile is a close partner of the EU in Latin America. The EU and Chile have a mutual interest in pursuing even closer ties, leading them to agree to upgrade and modernise the Association Agreement signed in 2002. They started negotiations on a modernised agreement in November 2017. President Sebastián Piñera's centre-right government took office in March 2018. Politically, the situation of the Mapuche indigenous community and stricter migration policies have dominated its first year. The government has also tabled comprehensive proposals for tax and pension reform but has found it difficult to implement its reform programme. This is largely because it lacks a majority in Congress and faces a much more diverse political landscape than in the past, making it more difficult to gain broad support for its proposals. However, it has benefited from a robust economic recovery that started in 2018 after two years of sluggish growth. Under President Piñera, Chile has adopted a tough stance against the Venezuelan government, in line with other centre-right governments in South America. Chile played a key role in the launch in March 2019 of the new organisation for regional cooperation, the Forum for the Progress of South America (Foro para el Progreso de América del Sur, PROSUR).

EU-Moldova people-to-people contacts

14-03-2019

Since the Republic of Moldova joined the Eastern Partnership regional initiative 10 years ago, its ties with the EU have grown closer. In recent years, however, the country's political, economic and societal stability has become increasingly wobbly, and public trust in institutions and even NGOs remains low. The EU is working to strengthen the role of civil society organisations in public life.

Since the Republic of Moldova joined the Eastern Partnership regional initiative 10 years ago, its ties with the EU have grown closer. In recent years, however, the country's political, economic and societal stability has become increasingly wobbly, and public trust in institutions and even NGOs remains low. The EU is working to strengthen the role of civil society organisations in public life.

EU-Georgia people-to-people contacts

14-03-2019

Since 2003, relations between the EU and Georgia have deepened, and at present the country is the EU's closest partner in the South Caucasus region. Relations have been strengthened further through the recent signing of an association agreement between the two parties and the deep and comprehensive free trade area (DCFTA) it introduced. The EU also seeks to promote more people-to-people contacts between its citizens and Georgians, as well as supporting the vibrant Georgian civil society.

Since 2003, relations between the EU and Georgia have deepened, and at present the country is the EU's closest partner in the South Caucasus region. Relations have been strengthened further through the recent signing of an association agreement between the two parties and the deep and comprehensive free trade area (DCFTA) it introduced. The EU also seeks to promote more people-to-people contacts between its citizens and Georgians, as well as supporting the vibrant Georgian civil society.

Ukraine's presidential election 2019

19-02-2019

Ukrainians will be heading to the polls twice in 2019, five years after Ukrainians toppled the pro-Kremlin President Viktor Yanukovich, demanding a functioning democracy and an end to kleptocracy. On 31 March, Ukrainians will cast their ballot in the first round of the first presidential election since the Euromaidan revolution. In October, they will elect a new parliament. Amid Russia's ongoing hybrid war against Ukraine, the elections are a test case for the country's democracy, its unprecedented ...

Ukrainians will be heading to the polls twice in 2019, five years after Ukrainians toppled the pro-Kremlin President Viktor Yanukovich, demanding a functioning democracy and an end to kleptocracy. On 31 March, Ukrainians will cast their ballot in the first round of the first presidential election since the Euromaidan revolution. In October, they will elect a new parliament. Amid Russia's ongoing hybrid war against Ukraine, the elections are a test case for the country's democracy, its unprecedented reform process and its European path.

EU-Ukraine people-to-people contacts

15-02-2019

The 2014 Revolution of Dignity in Ukraine began as a grassroots movement, channelling public calls for a functioning democracy, a European outlook and an end to corruption. Since then, the European Union (EU) has been unrelenting in its support for Kyiv's ambitious reform process as well as for Ukraine's vibrant civil society.

The 2014 Revolution of Dignity in Ukraine began as a grassroots movement, channelling public calls for a functioning democracy, a European outlook and an end to corruption. Since then, the European Union (EU) has been unrelenting in its support for Kyiv's ambitious reform process as well as for Ukraine's vibrant civil society.

Stowarzyszenie krajów i terytoriów zamorskich z Unią Europejską, 2021–2027

28-01-2019

W związku ze zbliżającymi się wieloletnimi ramami finansowymi na lata 2021-2027 Komisja Europejska zaproponowała finansowanie z budżetu UE nie tylko Grenlandii, ale również wszystkich innych krajów i terytoriów zamorskich (KTZ). W związku z tym Komisja przyjęła wniosek dotyczący decyzji Rady w celu zastąpienia zarówno decyzji w sprawie stowarzyszenia KTZ z UE, jak i decyzji w sprawie stosunków z Grenlandią. Oczekuje się, że Parlament Europejski, który jest jedynie konsultowany, omówi przyjęte przez ...

W związku ze zbliżającymi się wieloletnimi ramami finansowymi na lata 2021-2027 Komisja Europejska zaproponowała finansowanie z budżetu UE nie tylko Grenlandii, ale również wszystkich innych krajów i terytoriów zamorskich (KTZ). W związku z tym Komisja przyjęła wniosek dotyczący decyzji Rady w celu zastąpienia zarówno decyzji w sprawie stowarzyszenia KTZ z UE, jak i decyzji w sprawie stosunków z Grenlandią. Oczekuje się, że Parlament Europejski, który jest jedynie konsultowany, omówi przyjęte przez Komisję Rozwoju sprawozdanie podczas drugiej sesji plenarnej w styczniu. W sprawozdaniu z zadowoleniem przyjmuje się wniosek, ale wzywa się do tego, aby przyszła decyzja lepiej odzwierciedlała głosy i specyfikę KTZ w strategiach i programowaniu UE.

Wdrożenie układu o stowarzyszeniu UE–Ukraina

05-12-2018

Cztery lata po podpisaniu układu o stowarzyszeniu oraz pogłębionej i kompleksowej umowy o wolnym handlu (DCFTA) między UE a Ukrainą oraz dwa lata po ich pełnym wejściu w życie Parlament dokonuje obecnie oceny ich wdrożenia. W sprawozdaniu Komisji Spraw Zagranicznych z zadowoleniem przyjęto szereg pozytywnych zmian na Ukrainie, ale zwrócono też uwagę na braki. Parlament przeprowadzi debatę na ten temat na posiedzeniu plenarnym w grudniu.

Cztery lata po podpisaniu układu o stowarzyszeniu oraz pogłębionej i kompleksowej umowy o wolnym handlu (DCFTA) między UE a Ukrainą oraz dwa lata po ich pełnym wejściu w życie Parlament dokonuje obecnie oceny ich wdrożenia. W sprawozdaniu Komisji Spraw Zagranicznych z zadowoleniem przyjęto szereg pozytywnych zmian na Ukrainie, ale zwrócono też uwagę na braki. Parlament przeprowadzi debatę na ten temat na posiedzeniu plenarnym w grudniu.

Plenary round-up – Strasbourg, November I 2018

16-11-2018

The highlights of the November I plenary session were the debate on the future of Europe with Angela Merkel, Chancellor of Germany, as well as the debate and vote on the interim report on the Multiannual Financial Framework 2021-2027. Parliament also held debates on floods in Europe; regulating virtual currencies and initial coin offerings; and EU resilience in the face of foreign actors' potential attempts to influence the upcoming EP election campaign. Cyril Ramaphosa, President of South Africa ...

The highlights of the November I plenary session were the debate on the future of Europe with Angela Merkel, Chancellor of Germany, as well as the debate and vote on the interim report on the Multiannual Financial Framework 2021-2027. Parliament also held debates on floods in Europe; regulating virtual currencies and initial coin offerings; and EU resilience in the face of foreign actors' potential attempts to influence the upcoming EP election campaign. Cyril Ramaphosa, President of South Africa addressed the Parliament in a formal sitting. Members debated HR/VP Federica Mogherini's statements on the future of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, Central American migrants at the Mexican border, and the effects of US sanctions on Iran for European companies. Parliament voted on legislative proposals, inter alia, on energy efficiency; promotion of the use of energy from renewable sources; on the European Electronic Communications Code and BEREC; and on rail passengers' rights and obligations. Members adopted reports on the implementation of the EU Agreements with Georgia and Moldova, and voted on reports on humanitarian visas and on the implementation of the EU Common Position on arms exports. The 2018 Lux Prize, which promotes European cinema, makes promising films accessible to a wider audience and encourages debate on values and social issues across Europe, was awarded to 'Woman at war' (Kona fer í stríð), by Icelandic director Benedikt Erlingsson.

International Agreements in Progress: Modernisation of the trade pillar of the EU-Chile Association Agreement

15-11-2018

In November 2017, the EU and Chile launched negotiations on a modernised trade pillar of the 2002 EU-Chile Association Agreement, based on a Council negotiating mandate which is the first-ever to have been published prior to the start of negotiations with a view to enhancing transparency and inclusiveness. After having operated smoothly for 15 years and led to a significant expansion of bilateral trade in goods and services and investment, the trade pillar needs to be broadened and deepened in order ...

In November 2017, the EU and Chile launched negotiations on a modernised trade pillar of the 2002 EU-Chile Association Agreement, based on a Council negotiating mandate which is the first-ever to have been published prior to the start of negotiations with a view to enhancing transparency and inclusiveness. After having operated smoothly for 15 years and led to a significant expansion of bilateral trade in goods and services and investment, the trade pillar needs to be broadened and deepened in order to unlock untapped potential, break new ground and keep pace with new trade and investment patterns in a global competitive environment that has fundamentally changed with the growing global footprint of countries like China. Against the backdrop of rising protectionist trends, the EU and Chile – two like-minded partners – seek to reassert their commitment to keeping their economies open to trade and investment. Both intend to shape, pioneer and promote state-of-the-art trade(-related) and investment rules of the 21st century, including on trade and sustainable development (TSD), trade and gender equality, and the fight against corruption. Given the large convergence of the EU's and Chile's interests and level of ambition, the negotiations are expected to make rapid progress.

Wdrażanie układu o stowarzyszeniu między UE a Mołdawią

07-11-2018

Cztery lata po podpisaniu układu o stowarzyszeniu (AA) oraz pogłębionej i kompleksowej umowy o wolnym handlu (DCFTA) między UE a Mołdawią Parlament dokonuje obecnie oceny wdrożenia tego układu. Komisja Spraw Zagranicznych podkreśla w swoim sprawozdaniu różne niepokojące kwestie. Parlament będzie debatował na ten temat na pierwszej sesji plenarnej w listopadzie.

Cztery lata po podpisaniu układu o stowarzyszeniu (AA) oraz pogłębionej i kompleksowej umowy o wolnym handlu (DCFTA) między UE a Mołdawią Parlament dokonuje obecnie oceny wdrożenia tego układu. Komisja Spraw Zagranicznych podkreśla w swoim sprawozdaniu różne niepokojące kwestie. Parlament będzie debatował na ten temat na pierwszej sesji plenarnej w listopadzie.

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