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"We need European policies with less ideology"

9 Sep 2013 Henri Malosse - Cercle des Européens

(English version to follow) Comment envisagez-vous votre mandat dans un contexte difficile pour l'Europe? Il faut changer de cap, changer l''orientation générale de la construction européenne. Le CESE a un rôle à jouer. Nous devons être plus actifs dans notre rôle de proposition mais aussi d'analyse d'impact des propositions européennes. Nous devons développer une approche par projet. Ma priorité, c'est l'emploi de jeunes. C'est le point qui résume toute la crise de la société européenne aujourd'hui et l'incapacité de l'Europe à répondre à cette crise. L'Europe est le seul endroit au monde où ce problème est aussi marqué.

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  • 9 Sep 2013 Henri Malosse - Cercle des Européens "We need European policies with less ideology"
    (English version to follow) Comment envisagez-vous votre mandat dans un contexte difficile pour l'Europe? Il faut changer de cap, changer l''orientation générale de la construction européenne. Le CESE a un rôle à jouer. Nous devons être plus actifs dans notre rôle de proposition mais aussi d'analyse d'impact des propositions européennes. Nous devons développer une approche par projet. Ma priorité, c'est l'emploi de jeunes. C'est le point qui résume toute la crise de la société européenne aujourd'hui et l'incapacité de l'Europe à répondre à cette crise. L'Europe est le seul endroit au monde où ce problème est aussi marqué.
  • 15 Jul 2013 Henri Malosse - www.europolitics.info “There has to be a change of mentality”
    The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) reacted in the strongest terms to the conclusions of the June summit of the European Council. The member states are simply carrying out a public relations exercise and are not considering a comprehensive reform of EU rules required by today’s situation, says the EESC President, Henri Malosse, in an interview with Europolitics on 12 July.
  • 20 Jun 2013 Henri Malosse - Interview with Henri Malosse, President of the EESC - Nice Matin - Interview by Christian Huault "We have one more year to save Europe"
    During his visit to Nice, the President of the Economic and Social Committee is clear about the shortcomings of the EU, and wants to make his institution the originator of proposals. The only French President of a European institution, Henri Malosse heads the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) since last April. He expressed his desire to reconnect citizens with Europe.
  • 12 Jun 2013 Interview with Henri Malosse, President of the EESC - Rzeczpospolita - Interview by Danuta Walewska - "The laziness of Eurocrats" – interview with Henri Malosse in Rzeczpospolita
    In Brussels, you need to be very careful to whom – and about what – you are speaking. And who might be hiding behind the person talking with you – says Henri Malosse, President of the European Economic and Social Committee, during an interview with Rzeczpospolita on 5 June 2013
  • 26 May 2012 Henri Malosse - Mediapart - France "Sustain Growth and Employment, Improve Education and Training, Develop Entrepreneurship"
    Interview with Henri Malosse by Antoine Spohr, Prof.hon., Permanent Press Correspondent for Mediapart to the European Institutions, Le Monde.fr; Various media
  • 6 Apr 2012 Interview with Henri Malosse, President of the Employers' Group, EESC - Smediscounts.com blog - Interview by Nafees Mahmud Entrepreneurship in Europe
    "Q1. How long have you been fighting the corner for SMEs? I have actually been working to improve conditions for SMEs for 30 years at European level. 20 years ago I initiated the SME policy of the European Union and created- as Adviser to the new European Commissioner, nominated for SME Abel MATUTES in 1987- the European Information Centre- providing information for SMEs in the European single market." ....
  • 16 Jan 2012 Henri Malosse, President of the Employers' Group of the EESC - Interview by Fabien Piliu, La Tribune 12/01/2012 - France Henri Malosse: "I want the EESC to speak up and refocus on the priorities of citizens"
    "The size of the pickle is an interesting topic, but too far from our citizens!" Henri Malosse, Candidate for President of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC)
  • 2 Jan 2012 Henri Malosse, President of the Employers' Group of the EESC - Interviewed by Jean-Louis Chambon for Canal Académie - France Henri Malosse: Europe must become more human and closer to the realities and needs of people
    Interview with Henri Malosse by Jean-Louis Chambon – Canal Académie, France Henri Malosse, President of the Employers' Group of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC), addresses current issues, the future of Europe and the foreseeable development of the EESC, especially how to save the Euro. "Should we return to Europe of six? What is the biggest challenge facing Europe? Analyses by a real connoisseur of Europe, its culture and its institutions."
  • 12 Dec 2011 Staffan Nilsson - Regeringskansliet - Sweden "EESK är en brygga mellan EU och civilsamhället"
    [In Swedish] I Bjuråker är Staffan Nilsson bonden som har 30 mjölkkor. I Bryssel är han makthavaren som möter regeringschefer, EU-kommissionärer och inflytelserika samhällsorganisationer på daglig basis. - Vårt arbete handlar om att stå upp för det som vi tror på - att EU är ett värdefullt samarbete, säger ordföranden för Europeiska ekonomiska och sociala kommittén.
  • 2 Dec 2011 Henri Malosse, President Employers Group - Europolitics The EU's problem is its legitimacy in the eyes of citizens
    French national Henri Malosse announces in Europolitics his candidacy for the rotating presidency of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC), a consultative body of the European Union. The committee is made up of representatives of European socio-economic interests. Its 344 members, appointed for a term of five years, sit in three groups: I. Employers, II. Workers, and III. Various Interests. In 2013, the EESC presidency, which runs for two and a half years, will fall on Group I, headed by Malosse since 2006. The election in Group I is scheduled during the first half of 2012. Malosse shares with Europolitics his convictions and plans. By Pierre Lemoine

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