NEWSSix candidates have met selection criteria, half of them MEPs.
Martin Schulz, the president of the European Parliament, has
announced the names of six candidates for the post of European ombudsman.
They are Alex Brenninkmeijer and Emily O'Reilly, currently ombudspersons of the Netherlands and Ireland; Markus Jaeger, an official of the Council of Europe; and three serving MEPs: Ria [...] Read more
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NEWSMinisters agree to €7.3bn top-up request for 2013.
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