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COREPER face tough issue of immigration and citizenship policy

By Julian Bohm & Theresa Ziegler

The COREPER had some tough decisions to make with regard to handling immigration and citizenship policy. The topic was a very sensitive issue for it’s a fundamental question. 162 more words

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Fancy an extra citizenship? Voila, for a generous fee, there is plenty to choose from…

It is a great pleasure for us to introduce Jakub Pawlowicz, our first guest blogger. He studied Law in the UK and specialized in European and International Public Law at Erasmus University, Rotterdam. 984 more words

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Implementation of the European Citizens' Initiative: The experience of the first three years

Written by Irmgard Anglmayer
Revised in April 2015

The European Citizens’ Initiative (ECI) has been in operation since April 2012. Observers have identified a number of shortcomings in its implementation, which impact negatively on the effectiveness and acceptance of this relatively new instrument of transnational participatory democracy. 119 more words

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Well, I’m pretty excited because I’m currently waiting for my passport to get here. I don’t have any trips yet that need a passport but I plan on going on some someday in the future, even if I have to wait until I’m old. 1,058 more words

How much does it cost to become citizen of another country?

In most European countries, to be provided with citizenship rights will cost you to prove numerous years of legal residence within the country.

Exception made of a few islands in the Caribbeans, … 631 more words

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Disenfranchisement of EU citizens resident abroad - Situation in national and European elections in EU Member States

Written by Eva-Maria Poptcheva
Updated on 30 June 2015

The right to vote is a fundamental one and of utmost importance for the democratic legitimacy of any public power. 205 more words

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