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2016: It seems that the European Union is « at crossroads »… Who will the EU decide for? Refugees and migrants or the Member States?

2016: It seems that the European Union is « at crossroads »… Who will the EU decide for? Refugees and migrants or the Member States?

28 January 2016 – The Commissioner Avramopoulos gave a speech full of optimism at the meeting of the LIBE Committee of the European Parliament on 14 January, as well as at the weekly meeting of the College of Commissioners. He seems to be convinced that in the year 2016, in contrast to 2015, the EU will “take action” and “turn towards the future”.

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2016: It seems that the European Union is « at crossroads »… Who will the EU decide for? Refugees and migrants or the Member States?

2016: It seems that the European Union is « at crossroads »… Who will the EU decide for? Refugees and migrants or the Member States?

28 January 2016 – The Commissioner Avramopoulos gave a speech full of optimism at the meeting of the LIBE Committee of the European Parliament on 14 January, as well as at the weekly meeting of the College of Commissioners. He seems to be convinced that in the year 2016, in contrast to 2015, the EU will “take action” and “turn towards the future”.

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Recast of the Visa Code: Above all, economic interests

28 January 2016 – For several months, European institutions have been working on the reform of the community code on Visas. This text entered into force on 5th April 2010 establishing the conditions and procedures for the delivering of visas by Member States’ consulates.

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Recast of the Visa Code: Above all, economic interests

28 January 2016 – For several months, European institutions have been working on the reform of the community code on Visas. This text entered into force on 5th April 2010 establishing the conditions and procedures for the delivering of visas by Member States’ consulates.

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The programme on migration for 2016

28 January 2016 – Commissioner Avramopoulos reminded the list of issues which will be tackled this year, in order to support his optimistic intervention on the challenges for the year 2016 before the European Parliament (see above).

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The programme on migration for 2016

28 January 2016 – Commissioner Avramopoulos reminded the list of issues which will be tackled this year, in order to support his optimistic intervention on the challenges for the year 2016 before the European Parliament (see above).

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Ambiguous judgment of the European Court of human rights on surveillance issues

28 January 2016 – On 12 January, the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) issued a major ruling regarding surveillance issues. The case concerned a 2011 Hungarian legislation on anti-terrorist covert surveillance. Unanimously, the Court considered that this law was in breach of the right to privacy as defined in the Article 8 of the European Convention on Human rights.

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Ambiguous judgment of the European Court of human rights on surveillance issues

28 January 2016 – On 12 January, the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) issued a major ruling regarding surveillance issues. The case concerned a 2011 Hungarian legislation on anti-terrorist covert surveillance. Unanimously, the Court considered that this law was in breach of the right to privacy as defined in the Article 8 of the European Convention on Human rights.

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European Union : Stop or more ?

28 January 2016 – “Europe is over, we’ve missed the boat, it’s too late” declared Michel Rocard during the event “les journées de Bruxelles” on November 19th, 2015. Is this highly pessimistic opinion the reflection of the future of the European integration?

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