Ministerial meetings held during Slovenian European Presidency
ALDE Party in collaboration with our group in the European Parliament held two ministerial meetings during the Slovenian Presidency of...
The European liberal family increased its representation in national governments and and the European Parliament over the last 12 months.
Liberals are represented in 16 national governments across Europe, both in and outside the European Union: Andorra, Belgium, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Northern Ireland, North Macedonia, and Switzerland.
With a total of 73 ministers and 27 junior ministers, liberals are working on key policy issues to shape a more liberal Europe. ALDE Ministers hold a range of key portfolios including finance, digital, environment and energy, justice, defence, telecommunications, transport, and competitiveness.
Ministers and junior ministers from: 15 countries across Europe (EU and non-EU): Andorra (4), Belgium (5), Estonia (13), Finland (7), France (1), Germany (12), Gibraltar (3), Ireland (14), Italy (1), Latvia (4), Lithuania (5), Luxembourg (6), Netherlands (19), Northern Ireland (1), North Macedonia (1), and Switzerland (2)
As January marked the second half of the current mandate of the European Parliament the election of a new European Parliament President, Vice Presidents, Committee Chairs and Vice Chairs were carried out.
It was expected that Maltese politician Roberta Metsola (EPP) would succeed David Sassoli (S&D, Italy) as President of the European Parliament, even before his tragic death earlier this month.
European Parliament VPs
Three ALDE Party MEPs were elected European Parliament Vice-Presidents, out of 18 candidates. For Šimečka, this is an important milestone as he is the first European Parliament Vice-President from Slovakia. For European liberals, this also means an additional seat at the VPs table compared to the 2019-2021 period.
Europe Parliament Committee
The following Renew Europe MEP's were elected as European Parliament Committee Chairs and Vice Chairs.
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