Marek Siwiec MEP on Poland & Europe

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The last presidential elections in the United States showed that Republicans have no chance of winning without the support of young people, women, and ethnic minorities. This simple observation has encouraged a new generation in this political party to take matters into their own hands. Two days ago, the elder daughter of former Vice President… » read more

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Barack Obama visited Berlin before the election. But, unlike the previous visit 5 years ago, this time he was not fighting for his election, but for the Chancellor. Under the Brandenburg Gate resonated everything that American Presidents love most – freedom, tolerance, and victory, because even though the wall was overthrown by unarmed people, it’s… » read more

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If it did not work out by screaming maybe it will work out by silence. By ‘it’ I mean eliminating Europa Plus. For the last three months I have heard that there is no programme, that Aleksander Kwasniewski will soon withdraw, that it is another lift to cushy jobs, that there are no women, that… » read more

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I write a lot about the high possibility of the European Union signing an Association Agreement with Ukraine. I write about it frequently, so today here are a few words about what is happening on the other side of the fence, meaning, what is Russia doing to attract Ukraine into the EEC (Eurasian Economic Community),… » read more

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Tomorrow, the European Parliament we will be hosting the representatives of the Ukrainian opposition. A few days ago in Kiev there was a symbolic alliance of the opposing parties – they appeared together in a brotherly embrace: Yatsenyuk (Batkivshchyna), Klitschko (Udar) i Tiahnybok (nationalistic Svoboda). You do not have to be a great political expert… » read more

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If a non-governmental organization releases a book on an educational topic, it means that it contains information that is not included in the school curriculum. This is happening frequently and all over the world. The appropriate ministers can then decide if they want to allow the issued book into the schools program, or not. When… » read more

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David Cameron is a professional. When announcing (in the Polish media too) the crackdown on immigrants, he was setting the stage for concrete decisions. The government’s plans were declared in the House of Commons by the Queen in her speech prepared by the Prime Minister, as it had been usually held in Britain. It will… » read more

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Our European flyers went into the world. Preliminary statistics – of the 10 awards we were giving, two people declined. There were many people who asked for a contact and want to collaborate with Europa Plus. On this occasion, we have done a short review of the bullets shot at us and Aleksander Kwaśniewski from… » read more

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Tomorrow we will publish a Europa Plus program. Tomorrow, on Europe Day, we want to publicly pledge the direction of our work on the program which is being formed before your eyes. I do not want to spoil the premiere, but to spice up your appetite today, here are a few thoughts that you can… » read more

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Apparently bookies in London get bets on whether or not Aleksander Kwasniewski will stand for the elections to the European Parliament. This is of course a joke, but the subject is present in the public debate. He himself has commented on this twice, first said he is not excluding the idea of being a candidate… » read more

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