About: Emmanuel Macron Archives

  • New Polish government has old make-up

    News | Central Europe 12-12-2017

    Polish President Andrzej Duda yesterday (December 11) swore in the new government of Mateusz Morawiecki. The composition of the new cabinet differs from Beata Szydło's only in the point, that the former prime minister switched seats with her deputy, remaining without a concrete portfolio. EURACTIV Poland reports.

  • Room for hope at Macron’s One Planet Summit

    Opinion | Climate change 12-12-2017

    French President Emmanuel Macron will this week welcome over 50 leaders from around the world, two years after the adoption of the Paris Agreement. Leaders and international financial institutions must seize this opportunity to ramp up their ambition and end support for fossil fuels, writes Maeve McLynn.

  • 70 MEPs join pro-Macron movement

    News 11-12-2017

    Emmanuel Macron is causing a stir in the European Parliament, where more than 70 MEPs have come out in support of his “Refounding Europe” movement, including French Socialist Gilles Pargneaux, Spanish liberal Enrique Calvet-Chambon and Luxembourgish Green Claude Turmes. EURACTIV France reports.

  • Romania to hold first ‘democratic convention’ on future EU

    News | Future EU 11-12-2017

    Romania could become the first country to organise a debate in the spirit of the EU-wide ‘democratic conventions’ proposed by the French President Emmanuel Macron in his Sorbonne speech, according to statements by a Romanian Minister.

  • Nationalist gains in Corsica set to pose dilemma for Macron

    News | Elections 11-12-2017

    Nationalists on the French Mediterranean island of Corsica cemented gains in regional elections on Sunday (10 December), underpinned by their demands for greater autonomy from Paris.

  • Commission wants single eurozone seat at IMF plan adopted by end of mandate

    News | Economy & Jobs 07-12-2017

    The European Commission is pushing for the adoption, by mid-2019, of the proposal to create a unified seat at the International Monetary Fund, as part of its package to strengthen the economic and monetary union presented on Wednesday (6 December).