The European Parliament will hold an extraordinary plenary session on 16 and 17 April to continue with work on the special measures to fight the coronavirus pandemic. Details ➡️ #EuropeansAgainstCovid19
Hungarian PM Viktor Orban's new state of emergency suspends elections indefinitely--until parliament, which his party controls, agrees to allow them. Will the European Union keep subsidizing this emerging permanent dictatorship?
A year ago, the European Parliament's center-right coalition, the European Peoples Party@EPP , suspended Hungarian PM Orban's Fidesz party because of its anti-democratic moves. Now that Orban has destroyed democracy, it's time for the EPP to expel Fidesz.
The European Parliament, together with the other EU institutions, is committed to delivering reliable information on #Covid19 to Europeans. Make sure you verify your sources: fake news and myths spread very easily! Read more here ➡️
It's a moment of truth for the European Parliament's center-right alliance the European Peoples Party@EPP . Is its quest for power so strong that it is willing to embrace a dictator (Hungarian PM Viktor Orban) over the EU's democratic principles?
Rising #regulatory #competition in EU has sparked the European Parliament@EP_Economics to set up a fintech working group, headed by Stasys Jakeliunas, the MP who caused a stir in #Lithuania over its #Revolut #licence |
The Hungarian Parliament has agreed to give PM Viktor Orban the right to rule by decree, with no time limit placed on the new law. The European Commissioner for Justice Didier Reynders said the EU will "monitor" the situation, before commenting and taking "measures" #Newsnight
Singing of Auld Lang Syne starts in the European Parliament as the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement is approved by MEPs
In less than a month, the European Parliament will not only decide on a new #copyright law, but also on the future of the free and open #internet : If you are from the European Union, get active now, go to and ask your representative to #SaveYourInternet
Update: The European Parliament has now voted on the EU Copyright Directive. Thanks to all the creators who spoke up about how #Article13 will impact them and their communities. Here's our statement on today's vote ⬇️
Overheard in the European Parliament: Women "must earn less than men because..."
An argument erupted in European Parliament when a lawmaker made sexist remarks during a debate about equal pay