Germany’s adoption of a minimum wage in 2015 and the EU’s repeated talks over posted workers have paved the way for the adoption of a European minimum wage. But political resistance in some quarters is still strong. EURACTIV France reports.
The Party of European Socialists (PES) will convene a congress in early 2015 and will seek a new leader to replace Sergei Stanishev, Philip Cordery, a French Socialist MP who has long served in Brussels as Secretary General of PES, told EURACTIV.
François Hollande has brought 'growth' into the political discourse, but now he needs to deliver on his promise and convince EU leaders to get out of the current immobility, writes Party of European Socialists general secretary, Philip Cordery.