Il-KESE jikkundanna bil-qawwa l-ksur kostanti tad-drittijiet tal-bniedem u l-istat tad-dritt fil-Belarussja mill-elezzjonijiet presidenzjali ’l hawn, li la kienu ħielsa u lanqas ġusti. Il-forza tal-brutalità u t-torturi kontra l-protestanti paċifiċi, b’mod partikolari n-nisa u ż-żgħażagħ, u l-arrest u d-detenzjoni arbitrarji bla waqfien u mingħajr spjegazzjoni ma jisgħux ma jiġux ikkastigati.
The EESC adopted its contribution to the 2021 European Commission work programme on 16 July 2020, with a very broad consensus. The document links the priorities already identified in the EESC resolution on post-Covid 19 recovery and reconstruction with the six Headline ambitions defined by the EC President von der Leyen.
“The EU must be guided by the principle of being considered a community of common destiny.”
Resolution based on the work of the Subcommittee on post-COVID-19 recovery and reconstruction, adopted by the European Economic and Social Committee on 11 June 2020
The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) is deeply disappointed about EU leaders’ decision to further postpone opening accession negotiations with North Macedonia and Albania at the European Council of 17-18 October, due to the lack of unanimity between the Members States.
The EESC adopted its contribution to the 2020 European Commission work programme and beyond on 30 October 2019. Sustainable development must be at the heart of the future of Europe. The EESC calls for an overarching EU 2050 strategy to implement the 2030 Agenda.
EESC resolution urges civil society to turn out in force at European elections and vote for a united Europe
The EESC's plenary session on 15 May adopted a resolution calling on all EU citizens to turn out at the forthcoming European elections and vote in favour of a united Europe. The Committee also invited civil society organisations to join efforts to mobilise voters. Read the full text here.
Ms Kinga Joó (European Economic and Social Committee, Diversity Europe, Hungary)
Ms Kathrine Fauske (EFTA Consultative Committee, Employees, Norway)
The Workers' Group of the European Economic and Social Committee believes this is an urgent need to deliver a clear message to EU institutions and Member States' leaders: the Group is firmly against Merkel-Sarkozy's proposals related only to a strengthening of the Stability and Growth Pact in the Lisbon Treaty. The resolution mentions the orientations that should be adopted and the measures that should be taken.