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Future EU 02-02-2017

Senior EU notary: European integration to continue ‘with or without Brexit’

President of the Council of the Notariats of the European Union (CNUE) José Manuel García Collantes told EURACTIV Spain that the European project is on track and that free movement and integration will continue “with or without Brexit”.

Digital 01-02-2017

La Stampa: Exchanging journalists could reignite faith in EU

The economic crisis brought about a general malaise and Europe was used as a scapegoat, says Italian newspaper La Stampa's Marco Zatterin. However, exchange programmes for media professionals could be the key to revitalising EU reporting.

German trade union chief: ‘Integration law works with restrictions and that is populism’

One-euro-jobs, mandatory language courses and strict residence requirements: Germany's new integration act is already polarising opinion. EURACTIV Germany spoke with trade union chief Reiner Hoffmann about whether the new law will solve the problems of the refugee crisis.
Global Europe 26-04-2016

Analyst: Most refugees want to work

The majority of refugees do not want to be beggars or dependent on the state, they want to be productive, but right now there are no integration systems in the EU that allow for this, Angeliki Dimitriadi told EURACTIV Slovakia in an exclusive interview.

Jean-Michel de Waele: ‘The European project needs to be re-established’

“The European model is dead,” Jean-Michel de Waele told EURACTIV in an exclusive interview. Our future model should be based on a core of six or seven countries that are capable of real political union.
Euro & Finance 25-10-2012

Kwa?niewski: Poland should join the eurozone within five years

The next EU step for Poland should be joining the eurozone within three to five years. It would be dangerous for the EU if Poland does not take that step, says Aleksander Kwa?niewski.
Languages & Culture 09-09-2010

Marielle de Sarnez: ‘Europe burying its head on Roma issue’

Europe has chosen to bury its head in the sand on the Roma issue, French MEP Marielle de Sarnez (ALDE) told EURACTIV in an interview, calling on EU countries and institutions, including the European Commission, to "clean their own doorsteps and assume their responsibilities".
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