8

Riżultat(i)

Kelma (kelmiet)
Tip ta' pubblikazzjoni
Qasam tematiku
Kelma għat-tiftix
Data

Argentina: Political parties and the EU

03-09-2015

Argentina's presidential elections are scheduled for October 2015 and, according to the country's Constitution, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner is not entitled to run for a third consecutive term. As regards alternative candidates, the political landscape remains polarised after the primary elections. Argentina has a multi-party political system; however, election results demonstrate that it is, in practical terms, bipartisan. The Peronists, represented by the Justicialist Party (PJ), and the radicals ...

Argentina's presidential elections are scheduled for October 2015 and, according to the country's Constitution, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner is not entitled to run for a third consecutive term. As regards alternative candidates, the political landscape remains polarised after the primary elections. Argentina has a multi-party political system; however, election results demonstrate that it is, in practical terms, bipartisan. The Peronists, represented by the Justicialist Party (PJ), and the radicals, represented by the Civic Radical Union (UCR), effectively alternate in power. Argentinian political decision-making is opaque, complex and volatile. Parties play for power in changing coalitions, splits and mergers, which lead to a constantly changing political landscape of alliances.

Paraguay: Political parties

03-09-2015

Paraguay has a multi-party system with two main parties – the Colorados and the Liberals – and other small parties and alliances. After 61 years in power, the Colorados, the world's longest-ruling party, lost the 2008 elections to the Liberals. Nonetheless, in April 2013, they returned to power.

Paraguay has a multi-party system with two main parties – the Colorados and the Liberals – and other small parties and alliances. After 61 years in power, the Colorados, the world's longest-ruling party, lost the 2008 elections to the Liberals. Nonetheless, in April 2013, they returned to power.

Guatemala: Political parties

03-07-2015

Guatemala's next presidential and legislative elections are scheduled for September 2015. The current President, Otto Pérez Molina, cannot run for a second term, according to Guatemala's Constitution. At this juncture, the political situation remains quite unstable. Two big issues are likely to dominate: young people and how to keep up the fight against corruption and organised crime.

Guatemala's next presidential and legislative elections are scheduled for September 2015. The current President, Otto Pérez Molina, cannot run for a second term, according to Guatemala's Constitution. At this juncture, the political situation remains quite unstable. Two big issues are likely to dominate: young people and how to keep up the fight against corruption and organised crime.

The Added Value of EU policy in Education: European Added Value in Action

18-03-2015

In recent years, the EU has developed a European dimension to education, notably in the area of higher education, where it has stimulated mobility of students and teachers. In the last two decades, major progress has also been made in harmonizing university degree structures and increasing the compatibility of higher education systems. The benefits of the support given to education at a Union level derive from the cross-border character of the activities in the field, which are additional to those ...

In recent years, the EU has developed a European dimension to education, notably in the area of higher education, where it has stimulated mobility of students and teachers. In the last two decades, major progress has also been made in harmonizing university degree structures and increasing the compatibility of higher education systems. The benefits of the support given to education at a Union level derive from the cross-border character of the activities in the field, which are additional to those developed at national or regional levels. It is worth noting that only EU programmes guarantee that all Member States benefit from mobility and exchange of good practices in the area while ensuring optimal dissemination of results. Hence, EU action in the ground is a way of filling in the missing links, avoiding fragmentation and realising the potential of a border-free Europe. In practical terms, the implementation of programmes by the EU offers better value for money and economies of scale - than a series of wholly bilateral relations between Member States in this field would allow- because externalities can be addressed, resources or expertise pooled, and action better coordinated. This ‘At a Glance’ publication is part of a series of summaries of the added value of existing EU policies in practice. Previous publications in this series include summaries of the benefits of the European single market and the added value of EU action in the field of mobile telephone roaming charges.

European Added Value in Action: The Added Value of EU Policy on Mobile Telephone Roaming Charges

15-07-2014

This ‘At a Glance’ publication is part of a series of summaries of the added value of existing EU policies in practice. Previous publications in this series include summaries of the benefits of the European single market and the added value of EU action in the fields of airline services and air passenger rights.

This ‘At a Glance’ publication is part of a series of summaries of the added value of existing EU policies in practice. Previous publications in this series include summaries of the benefits of the European single market and the added value of EU action in the fields of airline services and air passenger rights.

European Added Value in Action: The Added Value of EU Policy for Airline Services and Air Passenger Rights

15-11-2013

Part of a series of fact sheets on "European Added Value in Action", this note succinctly presents the added value brought by the single market for air passenger services in Europe. Specific policies have been pursued at European level to open up the previously fragmented and largely protected national aviation markets which existed in the EU member states. In the process, they have helped to widen consumer choice, reduce some air fares and enhance the efficiency of the European economy as a whole ...

Part of a series of fact sheets on "European Added Value in Action", this note succinctly presents the added value brought by the single market for air passenger services in Europe. Specific policies have been pursued at European level to open up the previously fragmented and largely protected national aviation markets which existed in the EU member states. In the process, they have helped to widen consumer choice, reduce some air fares and enhance the efficiency of the European economy as a whole.

European Added Value in Action: The Added Value of the European Single Market

14-06-2013

Part of a series of fact sheets on "European Added Value in Action", this note succinctly presents the added value brought by the European single market as the largest, barrier-free, common economic space in the industrialised world. It gives some historic background on its introduction and development, describes its macro-economic impact, details its benefits in specific sectors -such as airline services or the energy sector-, and describes the opportunities it has brought to citizens. Finally, ...

Part of a series of fact sheets on "European Added Value in Action", this note succinctly presents the added value brought by the European single market as the largest, barrier-free, common economic space in the industrialised world. It gives some historic background on its introduction and development, describes its macro-economic impact, details its benefits in specific sectors -such as airline services or the energy sector-, and describes the opportunities it has brought to citizens. Finally, the fact sheet refers to the short-comings of the single market and the need for further work in order to bring it to its full potential.

Energy and Structural and Cohesion Policies

15-06-2006

The energy scenario surrounding structural and cohesion policies is complex and requires the taking advantage of synergies between different policies in order to make European energy policy more efficient and competitive overall, whilst ensuring that supply is secure. Given the repercussions of the increase in fuel costs, many policies including agricultural, transport, fisheries and regional policy are directly affected. This document seeks to examine the implications, challenges and proposals that ...

The energy scenario surrounding structural and cohesion policies is complex and requires the taking advantage of synergies between different policies in order to make European energy policy more efficient and competitive overall, whilst ensuring that supply is secure. Given the repercussions of the increase in fuel costs, many policies including agricultural, transport, fisheries and regional policy are directly affected. This document seeks to examine the implications, challenges and proposals that affect structural and cohesion policies in the context of current energy policy.

Avvenimenti fil-ġejjieni

07-12-2020
Health and environmental impacts of 5G
Sessjoni ta' ħidma -
STOA
07-12-2020
What role can trade policy play to advance the objectives of the Green Deal?
Smigħ -
INTA
07-12-2020
Public Hearing on Women's Rights Defenders
Smigħ -
FEMM

Sħab