Tag Archives: Justice

Cecilia Mamlström’s speech about the progress in EU migration policy at Metropolis Conference in Tampere, Finland

Metropolis Conference/Tampere, Finland, 16-9-2013 — /EuropaWire/ — Thank you for giving me the opportunity to be part of this important event with such a wide and dynamic composition of researchers, policy makers and practitioners from all over the world. Tampere can truly be … Read the full press release

The European Parliament backs new law to guarantee citizens rights to be advised by a lawyer when facing criminal proceedings

11-9-2013 — /EuropaWire/ — A new law to guarantee the rights of all citizens to be advised by a lawyer when facing criminal proceedings today received the backing of the European Parliament plenary who adopted the proposal with an overwhelming majority (with … Read the full press release

EC recommends collective redress mechanisms to Member States

Strasbourg, 11-6-2013 — /europawire.eu/ — The European Commission has today set out a series of common, non-binding principles for collective redress mechanisms in the Member States so that citizens and companies can enforce the rights granted to them under EU law where … Read the full press release

Statement of the European Commission on Hungary in the Plenary Debate of the EP

Viviane Reding – Vice-President of the European Commission, EU Justice Commissioner Hungary and the Rule of Law EP Plenary/Strasbourg, 18-4-2013 — /europawire.eu/ — President, Minister, Honourable Members, I want to thank the President for holding this debate today on a subject which … Read the full press release

Štefan Füle on the 2012 comprehensive monitoring report on Croatia

Štefan Füle – European Commissioner for Enlargement and Neighbourhood Policy European Parliament, plenary debate / Strasbourg Strasbourg, 17-4-2013 — /europawire.eu/ — President, Honourable Members, It is a great honour for me to participate in today’s debate on Croatia. I also welcome your support … Read the full press release