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For more than a year euinside tirelessly has been reporting on European Union's efforts not just to exit the crisis but to mobilise new sources of growth and to change qualitatively the way in which 27 national economies function within the Union, but separately too.

This is why we are glad that we have received European Parliament's financial support so that we could continue to direct public attention to this issue with a focus on European Parliament's role as the only union institution, the representatives of which are being directly elected by European citizens.

In the framework of the project European Parliament on your webside we will continue to follow the efforts being put on European level for economic recovery and growth, we will report closely on European Parliament's work on the issue and will organise public discussions on hot topics from the European agenda.

19 December 2012 10:14 Banking Supervision Is Only the First Step Toward a Banking Union

2012 will remain in history as the year when the EU made its first significant step during the crisis toward deepening of integration with the decision to move toward a single supervision for banks. The decision has been reached literally in the last minute and was welcomed by the EU leaders at ...

10 December 2012 14:37 Will There Be a Decision on the Single Banking Union by the Year-end? Possibly, but not Certainly

"I think that we are very close to an agreement. The problems are not insurmountable". With these words by the Cypriot EU Presidency started the discussion of the contentious issues surrounding the establishment of the single banking supervision in the Council of the ministers of finance (Ecofin ...

8 November 2012 16:56 Merkel vs. the European Parliament or Vice Versa?

One of the most expected events this autumn was German Chancellor Angela Merkel's visit in the European Parliament and her discussions with MEPs on hot issues from the European agenda. This is the first "independent" participation of Ms Merkel in debates in the European Parliament after the Germ ...

3 October 2012 07:50 Serbia To Pay Special Attention on Media, the European Parliament Recommends

Transparency of ownership and funding of media in South East Europe is more and more drawing the attention of institutions and member states in the European Union. This problem was brought up as a number one point in the special dialogue the European Commission launched with Macedonia, while wai ...

13 September 2012 09:23 Barroso Proposes a Decisive Deal for the EU

For a third time in a row, European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso is borrowing lexis from the American political language. This year's, third in a row, state of the union address reveals full consistency with the visions of the former prime minister of Portugal about the future of Eur ...

13 December 2012 12:58 Europe Got Its Christmas Present - a Single Supervisory Mechanism for Banks

After more than 14 hours of negotiations and a 50/50 chance an agreement to be reached in the very last moment before an important and final for this year EU summit on December 13-14, the ministers of finance of the Union have succeeded, although with difficulty but impressively fast, in agreein ...

22 November 2012 13:29 Negotiations on Budget 2014-2020 - A Catharsis for the EU

In the very beginning of the negotiations on the multiannual financial framework (MFF) of the EU for the period 2014-2020, the most controversial moment among the member states was where the negotiations should start from - top-down (meaning from the total amount of the budget first and then the ...

8 October 2012 09:11 Parliament Might Step Back for Budget 2014-2020

It is not acceptable to ask a horizontal reduction of all European policies because some of them cannot work with less money. This is what Ivailo Kalfin said, a Bulgarian MEP from the group of Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament in an interview with euinside. Mr Kalin is one of ...

19 September 2012 07:55 A Banking Union Deal Will Hardly be Reached by the End of the Year

The European Commission has set an ambitious goal the single banking supervision in the euro area to start working as of 1 January 2013. Such an intention stated the European leaders at their summit in June as well. To that end, the Commission draft must be approved by the 27 member states. At p ...

12 September 2012 15:21 The Banking Union - One, but Not for All

"We want to break the vicious link between sovereigns and their banks. In the future, bankers' losses should no longer become the people's debt, putting into doubt the financial stability of whole countries," Jose Manuel Barroso, president of the European Commission said on the occasion of the p ...

 
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In #Croatia people vote today in what is described as the most crucial local elections. The outcome will determine whether the government will fall and the country will again go to the polls for a 3rd time in 2 years. The outcome will also suggest whether the country will remain in the mainstream or will again turn to strong conservatism
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Adelina Marini #Croatia The battle in Zagreb is expected to reveal several things. The first is whether the current mayor, who was accused many times of corruption but never indicted, will win a sixth term in a row. To replace him are competing three women - the candidate of the Liberals Anka Mrak Taritas, supported also by the SDP, the independent Sandra Svaljek (ex-deputy of Bandic) and the far right candidate Bruna Esih. The outcome of the latter holds the key to the question whether a new far right party will be formed in Croatia and whether this will lead to the a split in the HDZ
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