Marek Siwiec MEP on Poland & Europe

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Many people think that the European Parliament has a decorative role and only approves decisions taken elsewhere. Or does not approve. Yesterday it gave a consent to a seemingly trivial thing that concerns trade in medicines. The European Union considers trade agreements as an important tool of foreign policy. Mediterranean countries are covered by the… » read more

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The work on the report on the European Union’s policy in the field of digital freedom is now in progress. I will certainly come back to this subject more than once, but today let me focus on another document, prepared by the U.S. NGO Freedom House, which for several years has conducted a systematic study… » read more

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If you want to understand what a debate means in American political culture you have to watch it on the spot. This year, the first debate was held in Denver. The same town which, four years ago, brought happiness to Obama. The Democratic Convention finale was held in a huge stadium and led senator Obama… » read more

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Georgia has long been in the centre of the European public opinion’s interest. Mikhail Saakashvili often comes to Brussels and is always communicative and very attractive as a speaker. He is the face of Georgian change. What should be particularly emphasized is that Saakashvili managed to politically survive after the war with Russia, which was… » read more

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The upcoming parliamentary elections in Ukraine are of particular importance and nature, therefore they require particular preparations. The European Parliament has started arrangements for the observation mission. We have chosen the members and the head of the mission – Mr Pawel Kowal who also leads the Delegation to the EU-Ukraine Parliamentary Cooperation Committee. In the… » read more

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