Posts Tagged "young MEP"

Young Candidate: Miroslav Poche

Age: 36 Education: European and Agricultural diplomacy Nationality: Czech Why are you running for a seat in the EP? I am running for a seat in the EP due to the need of a new status for the Czech Republic. This small country needs to undergo a change in the opinion of our European partners, ...

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Young Candidate: Javi López

Age: 29 Education: Masters in Leadership management and social policy Nationality: Spanish Why are you running for a seat in the EP? I am running because Europe is deeply in need of a dramatic change. Things must be handled and done in a completely different way. So far, conservative and liberal majority in the EU ...

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Young Candidate: Iya Petkova

Age: 34 Nationality: Bulgarian Education: PhD in Management and Administration, Master of Business Administration. Profession: Assistant professor at the Sofia University   ‘We, the candidates for members of the European Parliament will be the guarantee that the EU will be closer to the people, will be the guarantee that the EU policy will be led ...

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We openly say YES to an ambitious industrial policy.

In Belgium, like elsewhere in Europe, we have experienced some difficult years since the beginning of the financial and economic crisis, which has left its mark on our generation. Indeed, we continue to count the factory closures, leaving dominoes of bankruptcies and a social desert in their wake. ArcelorMittal, Caterpillar, ...

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Young Candidate: Roberta Capone

Age: 30 Education: Modern Literature, PhD Candidate in the University of  Grenoble. Nationality: Italian Why are you running for a seat in the EP? I decided to run because I believe that we need more Europe. We know that Europe went deep in its integration process when it faced big economic and social crisis. So ...

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We want more young MEP’s!

Young European Socialists want more young MEP’s to be elected to the European Parliament in May 2014. The Parliament should be an image of the society and represent the diversity of our communities. To do this, we need MEP’s from variety of social groups, backgrounds and experiences. In the middle of ...

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