anti-crisis measures

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Extraordinary European Council meeting on Greece, 12 July 2015

Written by Stanislas de Finance, Josephine Vanden Broucke, Ralf Drachenberg Updated on 16 July: Originally planned for 12 July an extraordinary European Council meeting on the financial situation in Greece has been cancelled and The Euro Summit on Greece took place. On 12 July, Heads of State or Government will hold an extraordinary European Council … Continue reading

EU’s response to the Ebola outbreak

The first identified outbreak of the haemorrhagic fever Ebola took place in 1976. Almost 40 years later there is no approved drug or medical treatment to cure this dangerous disease. The new Ebola epidemic that begun in March this year is spreading through West African countries and local and international medical efforts are proving insufficient … Continue reading

In focus – the European Parliament has more power

The European Parliament (EP) is the only directly elected EU institution. The upcoming elections will highlight the increase in its powers subsequent to the Lisbon Treaty – for example, the EP will elect the European Commission President, on the basis of a proposal from the Heads of State, and taking into account the European elections. … Continue reading

Democratic Deficit in the Economic Governance of the EU

The financial crisis and the anti-crisis measures thereafter highlighted the issue of democratic scrutiny over decisions taken by the European Council and the Member States (MS) outside the framework of the European Union (EU). This has triggered debate about the EU’s democratic deficit in the area of the Economic Governance, because of the limited powers … Continue reading

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