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Last 50 tweets from @TheProgressives
Our MEPs @knufleckenstein and @AnaGomesMEP supporting @FedericaMog negotiations on situation in Libya, Syria, Iraq, Iran and Palestine.
Meetings in #Tehran tomorrow to further discuss the situation. Only by working together we will succeed!
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Children belong in the classroom, not on the battlefield. Yet more than 300,000 innocent kids are being robbed of their childhoods to be soldiers in wars they didn't start. It can't go on. #RedHandDay #ChildrenNOTSoldiers
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S&D MEPs @berndlange, @RodriguezPinero and @RJaureguiA take part in an EP delegation to #Columbia and #Peru 12-16 February to follow-up on the implementation of 2012 trade agreements and human rights roadmap. Read more: socialistsanddemocrats.eu/newsroom/sd-de…
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Replying to @TheProgressives :
@berndlange, @RodriguezPinero y @RJaureguiA participan en la delegación del PE que visitará #Columbia y #Perú entre el 12-16 de febrero para evaluar la implementación del acuerdo comercial de 2012 y de su hoja de ruta en materia de derechos humanos: socialistsanddemocrats.eu/es/newsroom/sd…
Una delegacin del Grupo S&D visitar Colombia y Per entre el 12 y el 16 de febrero Bernd Lange, eurodiputado del S&D y presidente de la comisin de Comercio Internacional; Inmaculada Rodrguez-Piero, eurodiputada del S&D y portavoz para Colombia, Per y Ecuador; y Ramon Juregui, eurodiputado del S&D y copresidente de la Asamblea Euro-Latinoamericana (EuroLat) formarn parte de la delegacin del Parlamento Europeo que visitar Colombia y Per entre el 12 y el 16 de febrero de 2018 para hacer un seguimiento de la implementacin de los acuerdos comerciales con Colombia y Per, concluidos en 2012, y, en especial, de la hoja de ruta en materia de derechos humanos que el Grupo de los Socialistas y Demcratas en el Parlamento Europeo impuls dentro del acuerdo comercial. La Delegacin se reunir, entre otros, con:El presidente de Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos:La ministra de Relaciones Exteriores, Mara ngela Holgun;La ministra de Comercio, Industria y Turismo, Mara Lorena Gutirrez;La Ministra de Trabajo, Griselda Restrepo; y el El ministro de Agricultura y Desarrollo Rural; Juan Guillermo Zuluaga; El presidente de Per, Pedro Pablo Kuczynski;La ministra de Relaciones Exteriores, Luca Cayetana Aljovn;La ministra de Economa y Finanzas, Claudia Cooper;El ministro de Comercio Exterior y Turismo, Comercio Exterior y Turismo, Eduardo Ferreyros;El ministro de Trabajo y Promocin de Empleo, Javier Barreda;El presidente del Consejo, Luis Galarreta; _ as como con representantes de organizaciones de derechos humanos y sindicatos, adems de representantes empresariales y de la comunidad agrcola de Per y Colombia. Contacto de prensa para cualquier consulta o peticin: Silvia Pelz; silvia.pelz@ep.europa.eu; +32 478 750712.
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S&D MEPs @berndlange, @RodriguezPinero and @RJaureguiA take part in an EP delegation to #Columbia and #Peru 12-16 February to follow-up on the implementation of 2012 trade agreements and human rights roadmap. Read more: socialistsanddemocrats.eu/newsroom/sd-de…
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S&D Group Retweeted ·  
Along the Bulgarian-Turkish land border 236 km technical obstacles, i.e. barbed wire. 82-84 drop of migratory pressure due to several measures for migratory influx counteracting. Visit to General Directorate “Border Police” in #Sofia #Bulgaria @EP_Justice
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S&D Group Retweeted ·  
This week me & my colleagues @EP_HumanRights committee are on a mission to #Burma & #Bangladesh. Since August 2017, more than 688,000 #Rohingya Muslims have fled Burma’s Rakhine State to escape the military’s large-scale campaign of ethnic cleansing. hrw.org/tag/rohingya-c…
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S&D Group Retweeted ·  
"Dear Osman, Ahmet and Selehattin, We have not forgotten you and we will continue to plea for your release..." | @KatiPiri speaks up loud and clear for Turkish society as they fight for their rights in these dark times
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The international response to this agreement shows how much interest there is in a new start of German policy towards Europe and the high hopes there are on the SPD
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Replying to @TheProgressives :
Martin’s decision to renounce the post of Foreign Minister, subordinating his own personal ambitions for our wider objectives, deserves highest respect
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Under the leadership of @MartinSchulz the @spdde has negotiated a coalition agreement, which will not only give new perspectives for Germany, but Europe as a whole
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Replying to @TheProgressives :
The international response to this agreement shows how much interest there is in a new start of German policy towards Europe and the high hopes there are on the SPD
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Reaction of S&D acting leader @UdoBullmann to #GroKo announcement (Thread ⬇️)
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Replying to @TheProgressives :
Under the leadership of @MartinSchulz the @spdde has negotiated a coalition agreement, which will not only give new perspectives for Germany, but Europe as a whole
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Reaction of S&D acting leader @UdoBullmann to #GroKo announcement (Thread ⬇️)
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S&D spokesperson on #Brexit @gualtierieurope met with UK gov ministers, including PM @theresa_may and Chancellor @PhilipHammondUK yesterday. He stressed importance of citizens rights and ensuring no race to the bottom on workers rights or EU standards →socsde.ms/ZSd
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Replying to @TheProgressives :
"Constructive meeting with PM @theresa_may. S&D wants as close an EU-UK relationship as possible. Priority now is protecting citizens, finalising transition agreement, and avoiding hard border in Ireland." @gualtierieurope on #Brexitsocsde.ms/ZSd
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S&D spokesperson on #Brexit @gualtierieurope met with UK gov ministers, including PM @theresa_may and Chancellor @PhilipHammondUK yesterday. He stressed importance of citizens rights and ensuring no race to the bottom on workers rights or EU standards →socsde.ms/ZSd
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✊ To #FightInequality
📲 To create a truly digital EU
🚗💨 To stop scandals like Dieselgate
🙅 To #EndFGM
👍 To support the Western Balkans

Have a look at our February #EPlenary with @UdoBullmann @VRoziere @IratxeGarper @kvanbrempt and @knufleckenstein 🔻
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In London, @gualtierieurope meets with UK Home Secretary @AmberRuddHR to discuss citizens rights. Protecting citizens most affected by UK leaving EU is our group’s priority. #Brexit
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S&D MEP @gualtierieurope arriving in London for a meeting with UK PM @theresa_may to discuss #Brexit
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✊ We successfully pushed for a new special committee to investigate tax crimes! The work to crack down on tax dodging must continue - #TaxJustice

Full reaction of @UdoBullmannsocsde.ms/ZSA
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"We welcome the decision of the European Union and of several Member States to fast-track their pledged funding to @UNRWA, and we urge other donors to follow this example!" @ElenaValenciano and @ArneLietz on #FundUNRWAsocsde.ms/ZSQ
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"We expect the EU to be loud and clear on human rights in #Turkey. We risk losing credibility and support by a majority of Turkish society if we don't stand up for their rights in these dark times."

@KatiPiri on #EUTurkey relations 🇪🇺🇹🇷 ↴socialistsanddemocrats.eu/newsroom/piri-…
Piri: Human rights situation in Turkey still critical. EU must speak loud and clear The S&D Group initiated a resolution on the human rights situation in Turkey, which was adopted today by a large majority. The EP emphasizes the structural problems that exist, like the state of emergency and the arbitrariness of the judiciary. But also individual human rights cases are mentioned. S&D MEP and EP Turkey rapporteur, Kati Piri said: "The numbers are mind-boggling. More than 100,000 people have been fired and over 50,000 imprisoned in Turkey. Remember that all these people have a face, have a family, have friends who are hoping that normalization is still possible. "The scale of the current crackdown onalldemocratic opposition voices in Turkey is unprecedented.While the Turkish authorities have the right to bring those responsible for the heinous coup attempt of 15 July 2016 to justice, the state of emergency is currently being used to silence dissent and goes way beyond any legitimate measures to combat threats to national security. "The dismantling of the rule of law became clearly visible when a local penal court refused to implement the Constitutional Court's decision to release two jailed journalists. Another travesty of justice was the re-arrest of the Chair of Amnesty International Turkey by the same judge who had ordered his release just hours earlier. "The S&D Groupexpects the EU to be loud and clear on human rights in Turkey. Not only because these are the values that our Union is based upon, and Turkey as a candidate should adhere to them. But also because we risk losing credibility and support by a majority of Turkish society if we dont stand up for their rights in these dark times."
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"The development of the countries on the EU's borders is in all our interests." @EGardiazabal on the #EPlenary vote for a new European External Investment plan ↴socialistsanddemocrats.eu/newsroom/parli…
Parliament backs plan to increase up to 32,3 billion EUR of investment in EUs external actions The European Parliament today voted on two essential parts of the new European External Investment plan, which aims to increase up to 32,3 billion Euros of investments outside EU mainly in Africa and the EUs neighbourhood. Todays vote established a guarantee fund for external action and a guarantee for European Investment Bank investments outside the EU. The European Parliament also voted on itsannual report on the financial activities of the European Investment Bank. S&D Group spokesperson for the Budget Committee and Parliaments rapporteur for the three reports,Eider Gardiazabal Rubialsaid: The development of the countries on the EUs borders is in all our interests. The external investment plan will help boost private sector investment in Africa and in the EUs neighbourhood. This will help economic development, contribute to poverty alleviation, and help address the root causes of migration. This is a progressive tool for promoting sustainable development, helping create jobs and help some of the least developed countries in the world. The S&D Group managed to ensure that investments under the external action plan can be used to tackle some of the biggest challenges we face. Investments will be used to fight climate change, work for gender equality and support small and medium sized enterprises in developing countries. Speaking on the European Investment Banks (EIB) annual reportMs Gardiazabal Rubialadded: "EIB's role in supporting EU policy is growing every day. We need to ensure that its duties and objectives are in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Furthermore, the bank must be used to promote major policy objectives such as social equality, tackling climate change and the root causes of migration. We must also ensure that money is invested in a transparent manner and that the EIB is not involved with any organisation that avoids paying its taxes.
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"We believe the European dream is that all people, regardless of their background, have a chance to a good life, good education, and good work!" @JeppeKofod in #EPlenary

#FightInequality with us to change #EuropeTogether 🇪🇺✊
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S&D Group Retweeted ·  
Growing inequality isn't just a problem of the poorest in our European society. It's a problem for all of us. It threatens our families, our economy and our democracy. Let's work together to #fightinequality in Europe! #EPlenary
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S&D Group Retweeted ·  
Big challenges require strong political answers. We Socialists and Democrats fight side by side with NGOs and social partners for strong policy responses that will work: we campaign for an equitable and sustainable society of shared prosperity, opportunity and dignity.
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Our Group called for this debate in the European Parliament on rising inequalities because we believe the EU's priority, above all else, must be to #FightInequality. After so many words, we need action!

Watch @UdoBullmann
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Replying to @TheProgressives :
S&Ds urge Commission to take decisive actions to fight growing inequalities in Europe At a debate on socio-economic inequalities, put on the European Parliaments agenda by the Socialists and Democrats, acting S&D Group leader Udo Bullmann called on the EU Commission to take rapid and decisive action to combat rising levels of inequality in the EU. Among the concrete measures the S&Ds are calling for are: the introduction of an inequality reduction strategy within the European Semester; a poverty eradication roadmap; a directive on decent working conditions; and a living wage index. This push comes as a wider campaign from the S&D Group to move the EU to a more ambitious level in fighting inequality and poverty in the wider framework of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Udo Bullmann, acting S&D Group leader, said: Inequality has reached new shocking levels and is threatening to tear our societies apart, not only globally but also in Europe. In the EU, 120 million people are poor. 28 million children live in households that cannot provide for their basic needs: food, healthcare, education or housing. It is shameful that the richest continent of the world does not take care of its own children rightfully. Even though the European economy is on the mend again and unemployment is going down, income and wealth inequality are on the rise. An alerting 40% of wealth is in the hands of only 1% of the richest Europeans. Clearly, the neoliberal myth of trickle-down economics is not going to sort out the situation, nor are todays insufficient policy efforts. The election of Trump and the Brexit, which have also stemmed from a growing disaffection with the status quo, must be the wake-up call for the last sleepwalkers. The growing gap between the rich and the poor is undermining the social and democratic fabric of our societies. It is high time to act now. Big challenges require strong political answers. We Socialists and Democrats fight side by side with NGOs and social partners for strong policy responses that will work: we campaign for an equitable and sustainable society of shared prosperity, opportunity and dignity. We call on the Commission to rapidly act and introduce an inequality reduction strategy within the European Semester to achieve income growth for the bottom 40%; a poverty eradication roadmap to halve the number of people living in poverty by 2030; a directive on decent working conditions; and create a living wage index to help define appropriate minimum wages in each member state. Agnes Jongerius, S&D MEP and spokesperson on employment, added: We Socialist and Democrats have found new, unexpected allies. Even the International Monetary Fund and the European Central Bank now warn of the damaging consequences of rising inequalities and call for a pay rise, which would benefit businesses, jobs, workers and the European economy. We invite our new allies to also join our fight against precarious work, the gender pay gap and child poverty. Its a scandal that working class families are falling behind while big corporations are dodging taxes and driving down wages. Our economy must again work for the benefit of all and ensure that no one is left behind. The Socialists and Democrats will lead this fight for a better and fairer society. Javi Lpez, S&D MEP and author of a parliamentary report on inequalities, added: "Current unacceptable inequalities are damaging our economy and jeopardising our democratic systems. The EU needs a clear and ambitious roadmap against inequalities to deal with precariousness in the labour market; welfare state inefficiencies; the challenge of digitalisation; the uneven distribution of benefits generated through international trade; gender inequality; and the co-ordination of tax policies. The S&D Group has a longstanding and strong track record in fighting inequalities; for instance, my recently approved report on combating inequalities as a lever to boost job creation and growth, and we will continue this fight. Note to the editors: State of inequality in Europe - some facts* Almost one person in four experiences poverty or social exclusion, and one youngperson in three. More than 118.7 million Europeans are at risk of poverty or social exclusion, including 26.9% of children and 17.4% elderly people. Income inequality remains at an all-time high, the Gini coefficient on income distribution increased on average from 0.28 in the 1980s to 0.38 in 2016. The average income of the poorest 10% is 9 times lower than that of the richest 10%. The 40% of least wealthy households own little over 3% of total wealth, while the 10% of the wealthiest households hold 50%. The extreme concentration of wealth is even more significant to consider, with nearly 40% of total wealth in the hands of the 1% richest Europeans. The post-crisis job gaps are closing on average in Europe, but there are still 1.4 million fewer jobs in the EU in 2015 compared with 2007. In addition, the data do not inform on the decency or quality of these jobs. Gender gaps in employment and earnings have declined in most countries in the EU, but at 9.8% and 12.8% respectively they persist and women are still disadvantaged in terms of the type of jobs and occupation they hold. There are close links between socio-economic backgrounds and education and health outcomes. Men with lower levels of education have 2.7 years less life expectancy than the better educated, and women, 1.2 years. There is a gap in education outcomes among individuals with different parental socio-economic backgrounds. A child from an advantaged socio-economic background will score on average 20% higher in mathematics than a child from a disadvantaged background. Low-skilled youth who are disconnected from both employment and learning represent 17% of 15-29 year-olds in the EU, and risk being permanently left behind in the labour market. Over the last 20 years, the gap in productivity level between the frontier regions of Europe and the bottom 10% ones increased by 56%. Major inequalities remain across countries in terms of overall employment, with unemployment rates reaching 20.7% in Greece versus 3.7% in Germany. *based on figures by the European Commission and the OECD.
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It's clear. We will only support an @EU_Commission president elected via #Spitzenkandidaten process and will continue to push for #TransnationalLists socialistsanddemocrats.eu/newsroom/sd-gr…
S&D Group will only support Commission president elected via Spitzenkandidaten process The S&D Group will only accept a new Commission president who is nominated as a candidate by one of the European political groupings at next years European election and who can command a majority in the European Parliament. An overwhelming majority of the Parliament today reaffirmed their support for this procedure, known as the Spitzenkandidaten process. The European Parliament also backed proposals on the make-up of the Parliament for the 2019 elections. The S&D Group was deeply disappointed that the EPP Group teamed up with far right forces in the Parliament to block the creation of transnational lists of MEPs. The S&D Group will hold an event in Bruges on the upcoming elections on 22 February under its #EuropeTogether campaign. Udo Bullmann MEP, acting S&D Group leader, said: The Spitzenkandidaten process helps make the EU more democratic. It means that every five years European voters have a direct say in what political direction the EU takes and what it should prioritise. The S&D Group was the first political family to support the process and we remained strongly committed to it. The European Parliament has to approve the next Commission president and we are clear that we will only support a candidate elected via the Spitzenkandidaten process, who can command a majority in the Parliament. S&D Group MEP and co-author of the report Pedro Silva Pereira said: This vote is an important step forward for European democracy. The new allocation of seats means that we will reduce the overall number of MEPS from 751 to 705 while ensuring no loss of seats for any member state. Currently underrepresented countries will get 27 of the 73 UK seats available after the UK leaves the EU. This will make the European parliament a fairer reflection of the citizens it represents. S&D Group spokesperson for constitutional affairs, Mercedes Bresso MEP, added: The S&D Group supports the idea of transnational lists, whereby a portion of MEPs would be chosen from pan-European lists rather than national ones. We are disappointed that the EPP and right wing groups have voted this down. This would have given Parliament elections a clear European dimension, and help create a European public space to boost European citizenship. Despite the vote today, we will continue pushing for transnational lists, to create a truly European democracy. Note to the editor The S&D Group will hold an event on Democratic participation in the upcoming 2019 European Parliament elections at the College of Europe, Bruges on 22 February. The full programme and details on how to register are available here The event is part of the #EuropeTogether campaign, which aims at bringing European politics closer to citizens. The campaign brings together politicians, academics, civil society and citizens to debate and come up with new proposals for the future of Europe. You can follow the debates on Twitter using #EuropeTogether or on the dedicated #EuropeTogether platform.
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Our Group called for this debate in the European Parliament on rising inequalities because we believe the EU's priority, above all else, must be to #FightInequality. After so many words, we need action!

Watch @UdoBullmann
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In the end, workers are the ones paying the lion's share! Unfair tax systems & competition in the EU contribute to inequality by letting big business get away with paying close to zero tax. Let’s #FightInequality, let’s work for #TaxJustice now.
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Replying to @TheProgressives :
#FightInequality | Our economy is growing, unemployment is falling, but not everyone is seeing their fair share of the pie. Working class families are falling behind and the numbers of working poor are growing, how is this possible? EU workers need a pay rise - @a_jongerius
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It's time to implement the Pillar of #SocialRights to #FightInequality, says @MJRodriguesEU. We need:

🧒 Child guarantee
👨‍🍳 To give young people access to skills and education
📜 Decent employment contracts
🏥 Proper social protection
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Replying to @TheProgressives :
In the end, workers are the ones paying the lion's share! Unfair tax systems & competition in the EU contribute to inequality by letting big business get away with paying close to zero tax. Let’s #FightInequality, let’s work for #TaxJustice now.
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It's time to implement the Pillar of #SocialRights to #FightInequality, says @MJRodriguesEU. We need:

🧒 Child guarantee
👨‍🍳 To give young people access to skills and education
📜 Decent employment contracts
🏥 Proper social protection
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S&D Group Retweeted ·  
The consequences #Inequalities Bad for the economy, bad for democracy. Lack of internal demand & competitiveness, social dumping...; extremism, populism, racism, nationalism(…)People are not ready to keep accepting the statu quo! #FightInequality #EPlenary
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S&D Group Retweeted ·  
Unacceptable! 1% of Europeans hold ⅓ of total wealth. 17% of working poor in Europe. Growing inequality is threatening to pull our societies apart! Europe must work for the many not for the few! We CAN. We MUST reverse this situation! #FightInequality #EPlenary
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We need a #ChildGuarantee in Europe to ensure that every child as access to good healthcare, schooling and a healthy diet - @UdoBullmann speaking on our call to #FightInequality! #EPlenary
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Replying to @TheProgressives :
We need to improve maternity & paternity leave 👪👩‍👩‍👧👨‍👨‍👧

Parenthood must not mean poverty! - @UdoBullmann #FightInequality
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"It's time to act. Big challenges require strong political answers. We call on @EU_Commission to come up with a strategy to #FightInequality and eradicate poverty!" - @UdoBullmann #EPlenary
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Replying to @TheProgressives :
We need a #ChildGuarantee in Europe to ensure that every child as access to good healthcare, schooling and a healthy diet - @UdoBullmann speaking on our call to #FightInequality! #EPlenary
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S&D Group Retweeted ·  
Inequality has reached new shocking levels and is threatening to tear our societies apart, not only globally but also in Europe. It is shameful that the richest continent of the world does not take care of its own children rightfully! #FightInequality
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Live now in #EPlenary our call to #FightInequality. Watch it: europarl.europa.eu/ep-live/en/ple…

This is the situation in Europe today 👇
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Replying to @TheProgressives :
"It's time to act. Big challenges require strong political answers. We call on @EU_Commission to come up with a strategy to #FightInequality and eradicate poverty!" - @UdoBullmann #EPlenary
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Live now in #EPlenary our call to #FightInequality. Watch it: europarl.europa.eu/ep-live/en/ple…

This is the situation in Europe today 👇
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S&D Group Retweeted ·  
This week we @TheProgressives added a fundamental debate to the #EPlenary agenda: #FightInequality. Starting at 15h⏰ Follow live 🎥📺👉europarl.europa.eu/ep-live/en/ple…

Socio-economic inequalities undermine our economic potential and put democracy at risk!🔴
Video of the plenary sitting:07-02-2018 | EPTV | European Parliament Video of the plenary sitting: [07-02-2018] (watch, edit, download, )
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S&D Group Retweeted ·  
Yesterday evening and this morning we discussed the chances of the WBStrategy. We will not stop. @TheProgressives will stay committed for the integration of WB into the EU. Enough words. Time for action!
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A world free of nuclear weapons: That's the mission we share with the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize laureates, @nuclearban.

Today, we welcome their executive director @BeaFihn to #EPlenary to honour their work 📺 Watch her address: socsde.ms/ZSM
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S&D Group Retweeted ·  
We are joining the @TheProgressives to speak about the 2019 European elections next week in #Bruges! Registration open> bit.ly/2scQssR
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S&D Group Retweeted ·  
.@TheProgressives welcoming representatives from the region following yesterday’s presentation of the #EU-#WesternBalkans #EnlargementStrategy. Discussing actions forward & preparing for the #WB-EU summit in Sofia @EU2018BG
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@moutajup This is after #Brexit Stan. When the UK leaves the EU they will have no seats in the European Parliament.
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@TheProgressives How is this fairer? When already big players like #France gets more seats and also ensuring more big country representation like #Spain! While smaller countries that already have a minor rep in #EU get nothing - #Slovenia, #Latvia, #Estonia, Cyprus, etc?
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Replying to @miks_eu :
@miks_eu Hey Miks, thanks for your comment. The main criteria for seat allocation is the size of population. It's important is to look at national population per MEP. France has currently 1 MEP per 900,833 citizens whereas Malta, for example has 1 MEP per 72,401 Maltese citizens.
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Meeting our partners and friends from #WesternBalkans to discuss EU Strategy for their accession to EU. Nice words must be backed by concrete actions, initiatives and serious reforms in Western Balkans and preparations in the EU to make the EU dream a reality for Western Balkans
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S&D Group Retweeted ·  
40 years after the introduction of direkt Elections to the #EuropeanParliament it is nessessary to make these Elections really “European”. #transnationallists would give the citizens a better choice what #EU they want !
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"The moment has come for transnational lists" says @mercedesbresso in #EPlenary

"This will be an instrument to give us a genuine European space of debate, rather than purely focusing on national issues"
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"A fairer representation, ensuring no country loses out, leaving space for future enlargement and transnational lists" - S&D MEP Pedro Silva Pereira outlines what the composition of the EP will look like post #Brexit.

Here's what it will look like for #EP2019
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🌍 Transnational lists
🙋‍♀️ Spitzenkandidat
🇬🇧 What to do with the UK seats?

This morning in #EPlenary we are discussing the composition of the EP for 2019 and beyond. Watch the debate here: socsde.ms/ZSM
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