A couple months ago, when he was still the rising star of a new generation of EU enthusiasts, France’s “centrist” president Emmanuel Macron was expected to turn European politics around. Back then, the only people pointing out the potential negative consequences of his administration were libertarians, of which there aren’t many in France, and conservatives, […]
The European elections are coming up, and so are some predictable headlines. More stories have probably been written about “the rise of populism” than there are fish in the sea. It is easy to find who these populists are. A simple Google search does the trick: Marine Le Pen, Viktor Orbán, Matteo Salvini, Jarosław Kaczyński. […]
In figures released by Eurostat this month, it was reported that only 6.4% of energy consumed in the Grand Duchy in 2017 came from renewable sources, making Luxembourg stand more than ten percentage points below the EU average of 17.5%as well as the member state producing the least amount from renewable energy. Granted, this number […]
In the name of supporting farmers, the French government is further increasing consumer taxes. The yellow vests hardly have a reason to stop protesting.
There is only one way of looking at the Leinen amendment in the European Parliament: it structurally tries to silence Eurosceptics.
In a desperate attempt to push back against the “yellow vest” demonstrations in France, President Emmanuel Macron and his party are restricting the right to protest.
France and Belgium are seeing thousands in the streets for both the Yellow Vest and environmentalist causes. The reality is that these two groups don’t go together, because while the Yellow Vests express the concerns of real-life working people, the climate protesters are fuelled by the questionable orchestration of youth activists.
Click down below to see my latest video on EU Updates. The big political groups in the European Parliament want to silence the smaller ones.
Dëse Reportage gouf fir RTL Radio Lëtzebuerg produzéiert, an ass de 25. Januar ausgestraalt ginn. D’Europäesch Kommissioun wëll dass bei Steierfroen an d’Zukunft d’eestëmmegt Averständnis am Europäesche Conseil net méi gebraucht gëtt. Lëtzebuerg géif esou säi Vetorecht zu Bréissel verléieren. De Finanzminister Pierre Gramegna huet sech dogéint ausgeschwat.
Dëse Reportage gouf fir RTL Radio Lëtzebuerg produzéiert, an ass de 24. Januar ausgestraalt ginn. D’Europäesch Kommissioun zu Bréissel ass géint d’Vetorecht vun den EU-Membersstaaten a Steierfroen. De Finanzminister Pierre Gramegna huet sech géint Concessiounen op dësem Sujet ausgeschwat.