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The European Parliament in Strasbourg May 25th, will take place the European elections. One of elections stakes is obviously the renewal of the European political class, but also the kind of Europe that wish to voters. For my part, I am more interested in the European Parliament itself and its issues. For some time, considerable… » read more

I was invited to have a contribution – sounds like make a donation, but it isn’t the case –  and comment some topics on the agenda of this European investment forum. Well, I’m not very sure about attending the event, but took the opportunity to express some thoughts, partially reproduced below. Somehow, it seemed quite… » read more

I was invited to have a contribution – sounds like make a donation, but it isn’t the case –  and comment some topics on the agenda of this European investment forum. Well, I’m not very sure about attending the event, but took the opportunity to express some thoughts, partially reproduced below. Somehow, it seemed quite… » read more

  A Study on the Complainant Satisfaction of the Institution of the European Ombudsman in the period 2006 – 2008, with a Case Study on the Ombudsman’s Irrational Reasoning     Edited by Holger J. Scheidel-Apostolov, MBA     The world is a dangerous place, not because of those who do evil, but because of… » read more

Sir,   Regarding ‘Barroso warns opponents not to weaken Europe’:   I would like to share with you my personal view on why José Manuel Barroso should not be re-elected as president of the Commission of the European Communities (alias the European Commission).   I would not support Mr. Barroso for a second term because:… » read more

The Subsistence Expenses Deceit   In an age of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act. George Orwell   Part 2: The EPSO’s Personal Data Protection Policy Deceit Part 1: The Treaty of Lisbon Deceit     Note to the reader: Some attachments have been omitted or replaced by blank forms in the… » read more

The European Commission proposed lifting visa restrictions on three Western Balkans states – Montenegro, Macedonia and Serbia. Under this proposal, liberalization of visas for nationals of the Western Balkans will come into force on January 1st, 2010. EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana visited Montenegro on July 15th and stated that Montenegro has impressive progress… » read more

The energy intensity of a country shows how much energy is needed to produce a single euro of gross domestic product (GDP). Central-Europe, which is more industry-oriented and has been addicted to cheap Soviet natural gas needs a lot more energy to produce its lower national income than Western Europe. This partly explains the worries… » read more

Questions… (1)

If you can’t answer to the next few questions, in your european vision, can be all right?… 1. You are european citizen because it needn’t cost you very much, or you pay global political and economic interests because your every need? 2. The nation… Not a highly desirable term to be conceptualised and to lives… » read more

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