Future of Europe proposals: minimum level of education on environment and digital media
Future of Europe: MEPs to assess outcome of Conference’s Working Groups
Emissions trading: MEPs want to extend the market stability reserve to 2030
Market stability reserve in the EU Emissions Trading System must be extended to 2030 to render it adaptable to major shocks such as the COVID-19 pandemic, MEPs say
No cash for Frontex over rule of law violations
MEPs vote to withhold discharge of EU border control agency accounts over rule of law violations
MEPs lead EU push for strict crypto rules to stop illicit cash flows
MEPs turn their attention to crypto-currencies to stop criminals utilising the platforms to anonymously transfer dirty money
MEPs set out vision of ‘right to repair’ ahead of the Commission’s draft
Yes to a right of repair, but consumer goods must also become more durable, MEPS says
Metsola addresses MPs at Verkhovna Rada: ‘Ukraine is Europe’
“The EU and the world has seen: you are the defenders of your country. But you are not fighting only to protect your homes and your territory. You are fighting for what we...
EWROPEJ DEBATES
[WATCH] MEPs talk defence, environment and interpreters shortage in KSU debate
MaltaToday and Lovin Malta team up with KSU for the first in a series of five #Ewropej2024 debates for this year’s European elections
[WATCH] Ewropej at MCAST: MEP candidates on Abela speech, climate, youths, and foreign workers
Labour candidate Thomas Bajada echoes Abela claims on Vitals inquiry
[WATCH] Ewropej in Mosta: Defence, Gaza, climate change
 Steve Ellul (PL), Lee Bugeja Bartolo (PN), Ralph Cassar (ADPD), Matthias Portelli (Volt) and Simon Mercieca (independent)
NEWS
Putin’s criminal invasion of Ukraine will not go unchallenged, Metsola tells Ukrainians

European Parliament President Roberta Metsola visits Kyiv in a show of solidarity, promises full support for Ukraine’s ambition to become a candidate...

European Parliament President Roberta Metsola visits Kyiv...

Could Roberta Metsola be the PN’s messiah for a 2027 bid?

Roberta Metsola’s incredible CV has inevitably boosted her stature as the...

Roberta Metsola’s incredible CV has inevitably...

Voters in European elections could get two votes with transnational lists

EU-wide list would be submitted by coalitions of national political parties or European political parties

EU-wide list would be submitted by coalitions of national...

Brussels tells Malta to withdraw Russian golden passports over any links to Ukraine war

European Commission issues recommendation for withdrawal of naturalisations to Russians with links to Putin regime or war in Ukraine

European Commission issues recommendation for withdrawal of...

EU, MEPs reach agreement on new rules to control Big Tech companies

Digital Markets Act puts an end to the ever-increasing dominance of Big Tech...

Digital Markets Act puts an end to the ever-increasing...

MEPs highlight need of transatlantic unity during Trudeau address in Brussels

MEPs hark back to end of Cold War as Russian invasion ushers in new struggle between democracies and autocratic systems

MEPs hark back to end of Cold War as Russian invasion...

Metsola: Putin miscalculated resistance and strength of democratic order

European Parliament president says EU must respond to refugee influx with legislation that addresses largest humanitarian crisis since WWII

European Parliament president says EU must respond to...

More transparency requested from Brussels over EU cash flowing to oligarchic groups

MEPs say the EU’s capacity to stop oligarchs from receiving EU funds is limited, due to highly fragmented reporting systems and lack of cooperation by...

MEPs say the EU’s capacity to stop oligarchs from...

Cutajar to sit on new EP committee on COVID-19 pandemic

European Parliament establishes new special committee on foreign interference...

European Parliament establishes new special committee on...

MEP proposes ‘revolving door’ rules for European elites who facilitate Russian interests

Russia uses ‘elite capture’ to pay off European politicians to soften their image abroad

Russia uses ‘elite capture’ to pay off European...

Artifical Intelligence: EU rules must ward of threat to fundamental rights

MEPs say public debate on the use of artificial intelligence (AI) should focus on technology’s enormous potential to complement humans

MEPs say public debate on the use of artificial...

MEPs cautious on proposal to raise multinationals minimum EU tax to 21%

Economic affairs committee MEPs express caution on amended proposal of EC minimum tax for multinationals to be raised to 21%

Economic affairs committee MEPs express caution on amended...

Metsola casts early vote in Malta election with appeal to voters

European Parliament President Roberta Metsola says war in Ukraine proves the...

European Parliament President Roberta Metsola says war in...

COVID resilience fund key to gain energy independence from Russia – MEP

MEPs discuss Recovery and Resilience Fund with Portuguese prime minister Antonio Costa

MEPs discuss Recovery and Resilience Fund with...

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Maltese voters have 39 candidates for Europe, 13 of which are independents
Maltese voters will select their next MEPs from the longest-ever list of candidates for the European Parliament
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