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  • Document Item 1 Jul 2013 Statement on the conclusions of the European Council meeting of 27-28 June 2013 The Workers' Group, which met in Vilnius on 1 July 2013, notes that the European Council appears to have decided henceforth to engage with the public in a debate that demonstrates awareness of the situation's severity in Europe.
  • News Item 1 Jul 2013 Statement on the conclusions of the European Council meeting of 27-28 June 2013 The Workers' Group, which met in Vilnius on 1 July 2013, notes that the European Council appears to have decided henceforth to engage with the public in a debate that demonstrates awareness of the situation's severity in Europe.
  • Blog Item
    In the wake of the EU Summit, press releases show a glowing report overall. The 27 apparently - finally - agreed on a budget for 2014-2020 for the EU and announced with fanfare the 8 billion Euros earmarked to counter the youth unemployment (2 billion more than initially), hence 0.7% the EU budget!! Read More...
  • Press Release Item 13 Feb 2013
    Ref: 11/2013
    Debate with President Barroso on the new budget deal at the EESC plenary The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) will hold its next plenary session on 13 and 14 February. The session will include a debate with President Barroso on the recent 2014-2020 budget agreement on 13 February as well as a presentation of the Irish Presidency with the Minister for European Affairs, Lucinda Creighton, and a debate with ECB Vice-President Vítor Constâncio on EU governance and banking situation on 14 February.
  • Press Release Item 8 Feb 2013
    Ref: 10/2013
    EESC President's Statement on the EU Budget Deal - "A deal is struck but the outcome is disappointing!" It is good that a deal is struck, but the results are disappointing. There is a mismatch between what the leaders of the EU Member States have agreed on the EU's long-term strategy for job-creation and policies for sustainable growth, innovation, education and research, and what they have agreed on how these policies are to be implemented. The EESC has consistently called for more Europe and has also been clear that we cannot have more Europe yet still pay less for it. This runs counter to the goal of inclusive growth and requires serious efforts to find long-term solutions, including (i) support from public funds for inclusive jobs, (ii) innovation, with the aim of maintaining an active labour market, and (iii) retraining activities, with the aim of adapting education to the future needs of the job market.
  • News Item 8 Feb 2013 The cost of non-Europe, by Georges Dassis, President of the Workers' Group of the EESC Declaration on the adoption of the EU budget for the period 2014-2020
  • Speech Item 8 Feb 2013 Organisation: EESC, Speaker: Staffan Nilsson
    "A deal is struck but the outcome is disappointing!" - EESC President's Statement on the EU Budget Deal EESC president Staffan Nilsson appreciates the efforts made by European Council president Herman Van Rompuy to achieve compromise and agreement among all Member States and thus pave the way for the adoption of the future budget. It is good that a deal is struck, but the results are disappointing.
  • Press Release Item 22 Nov 2012
    Ref: 072 2012
    The EU budget is an investment budget – the EESC president reminds decision- makers meeting today at the EU Council As the EU decision-makers meet today and tomorrow to discuss the way EU money will be spent over the next financial period, the EESC president renews his call to the Member States to decide on a robust EU budget, underpinned by an own-resource mechanism. The EU budget must support a strong and sustainable common agricultural policy (CAP) and a single cohesion policy, and must foster innovation and research which are drivers for bringing the EU back to sustainable growth and job creation. Economic and social stakeholders from the EESC say yes to trimming EU expenses, and no to trimming EU’s money for investment!
  • Blog Item
    Over the next few days, the future of the European project will again be subjected to stress tests. This time the tests will be the EU budget and the multi-annual financial framework which determines the EU's expenditure ceiling for the 2014-2020 period. The Member States will have to strike a compromise both on the budget and on how the money will be spent! We need a reasonable budget and reasonable savings; however the budget negotiations should not become a pretext for weaker cooperation among the EU Member States! Read More...
  • Press Release Item 16 Nov 2012
    Ref: 071 2012
    Budget pac: La Société civile n'en veut pas moins L'avis du CESE s'oppose aux réductions qui viennent d'être proposées au Conseil Dans son avis 58/2012, le Comité économique et social européen réitère son appel au Parlement, au Conseil et à la Commission en faveur du maintien d'un budget solide pour la PAC, c'est-à-dire un budget d'ampleur au moins égale à celui de la période budgétaire en cours. Le CESE approuve l'effort fourni afin de réduire l'écart entre le niveau des aides reçues par les agriculteurs dans les différents États membres. Les principales caractéristiques de la future PAC en matière de redistribution des ressources financières entre les États membres devraient être l'équilibre, l'équité et le pragmatisme, ainsi que la prise en compte de la diversité agricole de l'UE.

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