Within the context of important political developments across the EU and beyond, including the election of a new President of the European Parliament in January, the Maltese Presidency of the EU will be key in determining to what extent compromise can be achieved. Malta's success depends on its capacity to bridge divergent views between member states and political positions.
Sakharov Prize Laureate 2011 Ali Ferzat visited Malta between 16 and 20 November, to participate in a programme of events hosted by the European Information office in Malta in collaboration with the European Parliament’s Human Rights Actions Unit.
Illum tnieda l-Programm tal-Parlament Ewropew għal Skejjel Ambaxxaturi. Il-programm jikkonsisti f'modi ta' tagħlim innovattivi u jipprovdi lill-istudenti ta' skejjel sekondarji l-opportunita li jitgħallmu dwar id-demokrazija fil-livell Ewropew.
Dan jidher li huwa l-eżitu mhux unanimu ta’ diskussjoni pubblika mal-MEP Alfred Sant u l-MEP Roberta Metsola li seħħ il-Ġimgħa 21 ta' Ottubru 2016 f’Dar l-Ewropa dwar L-istati żgħar u l-Unjoni Ewropea.
The Trans European Policy Studies Association (TEPSA) will be organizing its Pre-Presidency Conference in Malta at the University Campus in Valletta on Thursday 10 and Friday 11 November 2016. It is being hosted by the Institute for European Studies of the University of Malta.
The peoples of the United Kingdom are called to the polls on 23 June to decide between continuing Union membership with modifications as presented at the European Council of 19 February and the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the Union after the statutory negotiations.
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