2012 Liberal Eyes n°41 - 10/10/12 | ALDE Party

If this message is not displaying properly, please click here

ALDE Party Liberal Eyes Newsletter

2012 Liberal Eyes n°41 - 10/10/12

[title]
05/10/2012
Sir Graham visits Taiwan
ELDR President Sir Graham Watson MEP and LI Vice President Bi-khim Hsiao MP as well as Yi-jin Yeh MP from Taiwan's Democratic Progressive Party (DPP, member party of Liberal International) have visited Taiwan's former Presid
[title]
10/10/2012
ELDR joins cross-party bid for greater youth involvement
This week on behalf of the ELDR Party and its youth organisation LYMEC, Secretary  General Jacob Moroza-Rasmussen added his name to a letter of support to an initiative of the European Youth Forum to greater involve young people in European politics ahead of the 2014 European election
[title]
09/10/2012
Open Days 2012: EU's regions and cities, making a difference
This week not only marked the opening of the Committee of the Regions’ 97th plenary session, but the start of its Open Days 2012.
[title]
08/10/2012
Cancelled Pride Festival damages Serbia’s EU membership bid
With accession to the European Union a widely debated topic in Serbia at the moment, Swedish Minister for European Affairs Birgitta Ohlsson (Folkpartiet) has warned that Serbia may have a harder time achieving membership within the original time frame in light of the recent cancellation of
[title]
08/10/2012
Greece - towards a Liberal era
On 5-7 October 2012, German liberal foundation Friedrich Naumann Stiftung (FNF) teamed up with Greek think-tank Evropaiki Ekfrasi (European Expression) to bring together a wide array of liberals in Greece under the overarching topic “Greece – Towards a Liberal Era”.
[title]
08/10/2012
Two new publications increase calls for federal Europe
In two recent publications released this month, prominent liberal MEPs Guy Verhofstadt  and Andrew Duff make the case for a more federal Europe.
[title]
08/10/2012
Spain's CDL to elect new President
Centro Democrático Liberal will elect a new President at its forthcoming IV congress following the decision by Sean O'Curneen Cañas not to seek re-election for a second mandate: "In 2009, I took on the challenge of leading the party despite being based in Brussels in order to save
ALDE Party Liberal Eyes Newsletter Instagram Flickr Facebook Twitter ALDE party Website