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17.05. 2021  |  15:30  |  Brusel

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Plenární zasedání
17.05. 2021  |  17:00  |  Brusel

Plenární zasedání

Plenární zasedání
18.05. 2021  |  09:00  |  Brusel

Plenární zasedání

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Polish man pretends to be Czech politician, uses fake passport to hit on Japanese women

Polish man pretends to be Czech politician, uses fake passport to hit on Japanese women

Tomáš Zdechovský, a member of the European parliament, has become a victim of an unusual scam. An unknown individual used his photo as well as his altered name to get intimate with Japanese women online

European Parliament members rebuke Spain for letting in Polisario leader facing rape charges

European Parliament members rebuke Spain for letting in Polisario leader facing rape charges

Members of the European parliament have denounced the Spanish decision to let in Polisario leader Ibrahim Ghali who faces charges of for war crimes, human rights abuses and rape. “‘I am wondering how is it possible that the authorities of #Spain allow the illegal entry with a false identity of a person Brahim Ghali accused of having committed acts of rape, especially against women? This is against our value and principle,” Czech MEP Tomas Zdechovsky said in a twit.

Backlash as EU 'zombie committee' demands £174 for attending online meetings - 'Cronyism!'

Backlash as EU 'zombie committee' demands £174 for attending online meetings - 'Cronyism!'

The outputs of the EESC are not worth absurd allowances

The outputs of the EESC are not worth absurd allowances

The Council decision to block a €200 daily allowance proposed by the European Economic for its Members who attend virtual meetings was a move in the right direction. The work performed by the Committee should not be rewarded by absurd allowances according to Tomáš Zdechovský, the EPP Group coordinator on the Budgetary Control Committee of the European Parliament.

No need for Babiš to repay EU money over conflict of interest, Commission says

No need for Babiš to repay EU money over conflict of interest, Commission says

The European Commission said Monday it won't claim any money back from Andrej Babiš' business empire even though the Czech prime minister breached conflict of interest rules.

Stopping Fake Vaccines Offers via EU Cooperation

Stopping Fake Vaccines Offers via EU Cooperation

The Covid-19 crisis has caused Europe unimaginable losses on human lives, cut or even halted the income of millions and paralysed the economy. However, this worldwide crisis seems to be considered rather an opportunity by some. The bigger the despair of medical staff and governments to prevent people from dying and losing jobs, the more fraud, scams and counterfeit promising to ease this fight has appeared in the European Union. Luckily, the European Union has created two dedicated agencies whose task is to investigate and prevent fraud.

Trigger EU budget conditionality for Prime Minister Babiš

Trigger EU budget conditionality for Prime Minister Babiš

The EPP Group in the European Parliament has called to trigger the new EU budget protection conditionality for the first time for the Czech Government. Further disbursement of funds must be halted. The reason is the devastating verdict of the final audit of the conflicts of interest of Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš, which the European Commission published on Friday.

Mental health is everybody’s business

Mental health is everybody’s business

Increased mental ill health is an inevitable consequence of lockdown; however, dealing with this will require realistic resources. A European Day for mental health will help bring the required focus, write the co-chairs of the MEP Alliance for Mental Health.

Clubhouse Leads Politicians on to Straight Talking

Clubhouse Leads Politicians on to Straight Talking

Ever fantasise about cosying up with your pets on the sofa and telling your favourite (or most hated) politician exactly what you think of their work? Perhaps it is still too soon to imagine yourself grilling Orbán through an app on your phone just yet, but maybe Clubhouse can soon make that dream a reality by revolutionising the way politicians and citizens communicate with one another.

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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