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Students from Giovanni Curmi Higher Secondary and Accompanying Teachers on OMG Visit to the EP (Brussels)
"It was an amazing experience when I visited the European Parliament and the House of European History, where we got to know the beginnings of Europe till today. During the visit we had the chance to meet Malta's MEPs and ask them questions. It is a memorable experience that I will never forget." - Ms Eleanor COGZELL (student at Giovanni Curmi, Higher Secondary School, Malta)    
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The 3 finalist films 2019
The feminist satire by North Macedonian director Teona Strugar Mitevska "God Exists, Her Name is Petrunya" was voted by the Members of the European Parliament as the 2019 LUX Prize Winner.On December 6th and 7th, the European Parliament Liaison Office in Malta in collaboration with Spazju Kreattiv, organised the annual LUX Film Festival, screening the winner film together with the 2 other finalist films - "Cold Case" (Swedish) by Mads Brügger and "The Realm" (Spanish) by Rodrigo Sorogoyen. The 3 films were screened once at St James Cavalier Centre for Creativity at the heart of Valletta, with screenings attracting a nice number of patrons.
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L-Uffiċċju tal-Parlament Ewropew f’Malta qed jorganizza diskussjoni pubblika dwar l-abbozz ta’ direttiva tal-UE rigward il-bilanċ bejn ix-xogħol u l-ħajja privata. Preżenti għad-diskussjoni ser ikun il-MPE David Casa, li mexxa n-negozjati mal-Kunsill, f’isem il-Parlament.
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“Kullħadd irid jagħmel il-biċċa tiegħu fil-ġlieda kontra l-plastik,” saħqet il-MPE Metsola f’sessjoni t’informazzjoni pubblika dwar il-projbizzjoni tal-plastik li jintuża darba biss. “Hawn alternattivi għal oġġetti bħal platti u pożati li jintużaw darba biss, u tajjeb li nużawhom jew innaqqsu l-użu tal-plastik li m’għandniex bżonnu.”.
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Hekk kif l-Unjoni Ewropea qed tiċċelebra l-għoxrin anniversarju tal-Ewro, il-pubbliku ddiskuta l-aħħar żviluppi fiż-żona tal-Ewro mal-MPE Alfred Sant, Membru tal-Kumitat għall-Affarijiet Ekonomiċi u Monetarji tal-Parlament Ewropew.
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In a well-attended public discussion on EU legislation in the making that seeks to reduce Co2 emissions from new cars and vans, the lead MEP for the European Parliament Miriam Dalli and experts discussed environmental and health concerns and also car industry concerns and incentives needed for people to move to more environment-friendly modes of transport.
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