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Empower Citizens for the future of Europe – Conclusions, European networking meeting (Sesto San Giovanni (MI), May 11-12, 2018)

 at the initiative of the European Movement-Italy Premise The building-site of the EU will be re-opened ten years after the entry into force of the Treaty of Lisbon to take the steps forward that are necessary to complete the EMU including the fiscal union, give a binding content to the Social Pillar, secure the range of Freedom, Security and Justice,

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[Listen to Maarten de Groot] Transeuropean dimension in politics: The challenge of reaching to a European citizen that hardly exists

On Tuesday 17/04/2018, #CitizensRoute2019 organised its 4th e-tribune “Addressing the challenges of the transeuropean dimension in politics”, inviting transeuropean political movements to discuss the challenges posed by the 2019 European electoral campaign and exchanging views about their ways/choices to cope with them. Erik Edman (Diem25 Belgium), David Carayol (Newropeans), Yves Gernigon (PFE), Adrian Taylor (iCAN, New paradigm for Europe), Maarten de

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Transeuropean Petition: Real representation as Europeans

In view of the vote in the European Parliament on Wednesday, WeMove.eu has brought out the petition on transnational lists. Please sign here on WeMove.eu: Real representation as Europeans and share it widely! We are putting a lot of our muscle behind this! Why this petition? Candidates running for the European Parliament in upcoming elections should be accountable to all

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#CitizensRoute e-Tribune n°2: “Constitution and/or Democratisation?” Proceedings

On December 6th, the #CitizensRoute held its second e-tribune based on the following question: “Constitution and/or democratization?”. The question was asked to all participants and answered in particular by the representatives of 5 trans-European political visions : Diem25 (Erik Edman), Newropeans (David Carayol), Federalists (Yves Gernigon), Change in Paradigm (Adrian Taylor) and We are Europe (Jens Baganz). The problematic raised

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