The Congress of the Young Democrats for Europe (YDE) was held, online, on Saturday, November 7. The 13 members of the youth organisation of the European Democratic Party approved the activity and financial report of the 2018-2020 board and prepare the ground for the next one.
Canarian EDP member party Coalición Canaria held its 7th Congress remotely and virtually on Sunday 29 November.
The report on European Industrial Strategy was adopted this week at the plenary session of the European Parliament. As shadow rapporteur, MoDem MEP Christophe Grudler represents the Renew Europe group on this text.
Particularly vigilant to the economic and social consequences of the Covid-19 crisis on fragile populations, French MEP Sylvie Brunet, Vice-President of the Renew Europe Group in the European Parliament, explains her daily action within this institution.
This autumn, our Hungarian member Új Kezdet (New Start) developed a detailed political agreement for democratic Hungarian political forces with an aim to get rid of Orban's quasi-authoritarian regime.
European Democrats are pleased to have actively contributed to the emergence of a new generation of fisheries agreements with Senegal and the Seychelles, endorsed today by the European Parliament meeting virtually in plenary session.
Adoption of the 100-100 agreement between the European Union and China on protected geographical indications: the European Parliament takes another step towards protecting our producers and defending fair international trade.
The European Commission proposed on 4 November 2020 an EU directive to ensure that workers in the Union are protected by adequate minimum wages that allow them to live in dignity wherever they work. Interview with MoDem MEP Sylvie Brunet, Vice-President of the Renew Group, former President of the French EESC's Labour and Employment Committee.