Written Statements

Minimum income for a fair Europe: a right for citizens

Private consumption has grown. Exports and investment have increased. Unemployment continues to fall and it has gotten closer to pre-crisis levels. Profits of corporations have increased. Public deficit and debt levels have been largely brought under control. Not so the share of the economic cake being enjoyed by the working and middle classes; there the

Written Statements

Protezzjoni tal-ġurnalisti u d-difiża tal-libertà tal-midja f’Malta: il-każ ta’ Daphne Caruana Galizia

Il-qtil ta’ Daphne Caruana Galizia huwa delitt orribbli, li qatt ma jista’ jkun gustifikat. Mhuwiex attakk biss kontra persuna individwali , imma kontra Malta, l-Ewropa u l-valuri tal-Maltin kollha. M’għandniex inħallu dan l-att faħxi jimmina d-demokrazija f’pajjizna. Lanqas għandna nhallu l-konsegwenzi tiegħu jaqsmu lil pajjizna u lill-poplu Malti. Magħquda flimkien, irridu niżguraw li ssir ġustizzja.

Written Statements

Fiscal compact and its incorporation into the EU legal framework

Proposals for EU reform and deepening have proliferated. In the European Union formally or informally, they must be acknowledged and taken into account. Especially with regard to the eurozone, most proposals envisage further deepening of central management structures on a federalist basis. They then put a bracket around meaningful consolidation strategies. Yet, these should be