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Plenární zasedání Evropského parlamentu
12.09. 2022  |  09:00  |  Štrasburk

Plenární zasedání Evropského parlamentu

Plenární zasedání Evropského parlamentu
13.09. 2022  |  09:00  |  Štrasburk

Plenární zasedání Evropského parlamentu

Plenární zasedání Evropského parlamentu
14.09. 2022  |  09:00  |  Štrasburk

Plenární zasedání Evropského parlamentu

Tomáš Zdechovský na akcích

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Why is Europe ignoring the threats of Muslim Brotherhood?

Why is Europe ignoring the threats of Muslim Brotherhood?

Belgium (Brussels Morning Newspaper) The threats of non-violent Islamism posed by the Muslim Brotherhood (hereinafter: MB) and associated organizations are, in an almost punishable manner, overlooked and underestimated in Europe.

Why does Belgium pursue the humiliating deal with Iran?

Why does Belgium pursue the humiliating deal with Iran?

Brussels – Brussels Morning:- Belgium is preparing to extradite convicted criminals to Iran, and de facto setting them free. The Belgium parliament is now debating the ratification of a prisoner-exchange treaty with Iran, which could also enable the liberation of Iranian diplomat Asadollah Asadi, sentenced to 20 years of prison for his role in planning of terrorist attack targeted at the assembly of protestors of Iranian regime in France. Iran is now demanding his liberation.

The threat of Islamic terrorism is still real, and Europe must act accordingly

The threat of Islamic terrorism is still real, and Europe must act accordingly

Belgium, (Brussels Morning Newspaper) In the past few years, we have been just sporadically hearing about the terrorist attacks by radical Islamic groups in Europe. It is not surprising since the attention has been rightfully directed towards many serious topics. In the media, the pandemic has been a headliner for a long time, later replaced by the war in Ukraine and its socio-economic consequences on the citizens.

Illicit trade funding terrorism and wars

Illicit trade funding terrorism and wars

We report on how criminal and organised crime groups are using illicit trade to fund their activities and how the EU is trying to stop them. In 2019, the United Nations Security Council expressed concern that terrorists and organised crime organisations are benefitting from illicit trade as a source of financing through the trafficking of arms, persons, drugs, artefacts, and cultural property. Although terrorists have been financed by illicit trade for decades, the scale and extent of this dynamic is reaching levels never seen before.

Czech EPP vice-president hopeful calls for leadership renewal

Czech EPP vice-president hopeful calls for leadership renewal

The European People’s Party (EPP) group in the European Parliament has lost its visibility and its leadership needs to be renewed, Czech EU lawmaker Tomáš Zdechovský – who wants to run for vice-president of the Parliament’s largest group – told EURACTIV.cz ahead of next week’s EPP congress in Rotterdam.

MEPs from the Employment and Social Affairs Committee conclude visit to Prague

MEPs from the Employment and Social Affairs Committee conclude visit to Prague

A delegation of MEPs concluded a three-day (23-25/05) visit to Prague, where they met ministers, politicians, social partners, researchers and bodies assisting refugees from Ukraine.

The European Parliament, the European Commission and the Council of Europe Development Bank launch pilot project to support affordable housing for Roma in the Slovak Republic

The European Parliament, the European Commission and the Council of Europe Development Bank launch pilot project to support affordable housing for Roma in the Slovak Republic

Spišská Nová Ves and Rudňany, Slovak Republic– European Parliament, European Commission, and Council of Europe Development Bank representatives met with local authorities, Roma communities, and private sector organisations to launch an innovative pilot project aimed at supporting affordable housing solutions for Roma.

Czech MEP slams Scholz, says Kyiv needs more weapons

Czech MEP slams Scholz, says Kyiv needs more weapons

Germany became a target of criticism due to its reluctance to act and provide Ukraine with more military support, as has been requested by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.

The not-so-fantastic 4: Central Europe’s divided Visegrad alliance

The not-so-fantastic 4: Central Europe’s divided Visegrad alliance

The Visegrad Group of Poland, Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic is known as the V4, but it’s turning into more of a V 2+2. That’s because of the growing divergence between Poland and Hungary — dropping fast in most measures of what makes a liberal democracy — and Slovakia and the Czech Republic, both of which have seen recent government changes sending them back into the EU mainstream. The split was highlighted by Czech EU Affairs Minister Mikuláš Bek this week.

My story

I have always been interested in politics. That is why I decided in 2006 to join KDU-ČSL, Christian and Democratic Union – Czechoslovak People\'s Party. Although I ran successful business dealing with crisis management, I realized that if I really wanted to change something, I had to be a firm part of it. Therefore, in 2014, I ran for the European Parliament as number three on the list and I succeeded. I became a Member of the European Parliament. In 2019, thanks to your support, I made it again. This is why I can still be MEP to protect your interests.

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