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Jednání Celostátního výboru KDU-ČSL
25.06. 2021  |  12:00  |  Praha

Jednání Celostátního výboru KDU-ČSL

Jednání Celostátní konference KDU-ČSL
25.06. 2021  |  14:00  |  Praha

Jednání Celostátní konference KDU-ČSL

Společné jednání výbor BUDG, LIBE a FEMM
28.06. 2021  |  14:45  |  Brusel

Společné jednání výbor BUDG, LIBE a FEMM

Tomáš Zdechovský na akcích

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MEP Tomáš Zdechovský: ‘Morocco Is One of EU’s Most Stable and Powerful Partners’

MEP Tomáš Zdechovský: ‘Morocco Is One of EU’s Most Stable and Powerful Partners’

European Union Bulletin has spoken with the Member of the European Parliament Tomáš Zdechovský about how the European Union could help solve the ongoing crisis between Spain and Morocco. As one of the MEPs who last Thursday (10 June) refused to join a resolution against Morocco during an European Parliament session in Strasbourg, the Czech politician said in a statement that he “found it difficult to support this resolution and I voted against it. … This resolution is counterproductive for the relationship between Morocco and Spain.”

Several MEPs reject controversial resolution on Morocco

Several MEPs reject controversial resolution on Morocco

MEPs from different political groups on Thursday stood up in Strasbourg against the initiative of some of their colleagues to pass a resolution hostile to Morocco. This controversial resolution, which has divided the European Parliament since it did not gain the expected support, was boycotted by more than half of the members of the Parliament who considered inopportune and reckless to antagonize Morocco, an important partner for the European Union. “I found it difficult to support this resolution and I voted against it. I’m not sure it should be taken seriously because it is based on fakenews,” said Czech MEP Tomáš Zdechovský in a statement.

Returning MEPs settle for Strasbourg lite

Returning MEPs settle for Strasbourg lite

STRASBOURG — After 15 months away due to the pandemic, MEPs finally returned to Strasbourg this week — only to discover the Alsatian city lacking its usual bite. With many MEPs and their assistants staying away and opportunities for debating, negotiating and socializing much diminished, everything felt rather pale and bland — a little like a plate of the city’s famous choucroute deprived of sausage and seasoning.

'You are very impolite': MEP Alex Agius Saliba gets a telling off

'You are very impolite': MEP Alex Agius Saliba gets a telling off

MEPs call for action in Czech PM conflict-of-interest case

MEPs call for action in Czech PM conflict-of-interest case

MEPs on Wednesday (19 May) called for the EU Commission and member states to take action over the conflict-of-interest case involving Czech prime minister Andrej Babiš. Last month, the commission published an audit into subsidies granted to the Agrofert business empire, founded by Babiš and still controlled by him - despite Babiš having put his assets into trust funds when he became PM.

Spain Embarrasses EU by Protecting Polisario Head Accused of Rape

Spain Embarrasses EU by Protecting Polisario Head Accused of Rape

On 23 April, Brahim Ghali the head of the separatist movement Polisario, was welcomed by Spain to receive treatment in a hospital in Logroño, under a false Algerian identity and with forged papers. He hoped through this subterfuge to escape Spanish justice since he has pending an arrest warrant issued against him in Spain for rape, genocide, terrorism, war crimes and other charges.

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!'

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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