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MEP Stevens (ECR) & MEP Kyenge (S&D)
The diversity of views on how best to manage migration at European level could not be more evident. Two MEPs, Italian Cécile Kyenge and Belgian Helga Stevens, argued their respective positions during a public discussion organised by the European Parliament Office in Malta. The two MEPs were in Malta as part of a delegation of MEPs from the Parliament's Committee for Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs who were visiting the European Asylum Support Office (EASO).
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The discussion on the relationship between the UK and the EU concerns every European as much as it concerns UK citizens. It should be an opportunity for the Union and its member states to critically assess the state of the European project in today's context without putting in doubt the foundations and core values on which the EU has evolved. This was the main thrust of a public discussion organised on Friday by the European Parliament Information Office and the Strickland Foundation, which featured prominent businessmen, politicians, and UK MEPs.
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EYE2016 in Strasbourg
"Together we can make a change" was the motto of the 2nd edition of the European Youth Event which took place in Strasbourg on Friday 20th and Saturday 21st May. The event saw 7,500 young Europeans including 30 from Malta, making their voices heard in over 150 debates and workshops with Members of the European Parliament amongst whom 4 vice-presidents, other political decision-makers and opinion-builders.
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UK EU Referendum
The peoples of the United Kingdom are called to the polls on 23 June to decide between continuing Union membership with modifications as presented at the European Council of 19 February and the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the Union after the statutory negotiations.
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