Bulgarians go to the polls on January 27, to answer the question, "Should Bulgaria develop nuclear energy through the construction of a new nuclear power plant?”. You can now send your message of support to the Bulgarians, to show that Europe stands besides them.
Today, the Bulgarian people will be asked to answer the question in a referendum: “Should Bulgaria develop nuclear energy through the construction of a new nuclear power plant?”.
Is a that what you call a change in timetables, involving an early arrival?
After a wonderful day in Sofia with our friends from Zelenite, we had to take the decision on how to deal with the general strike that was announced for Greece on 6th and 7th.
They were effusive, passionate, committed. They spoke with a determination and willing to stand up and be seen. During the demonstration, they were cajoled and accused by some of the spectators. It was all quiet enough, but it was clear the Greens were being provoked. And they simply stood their ground and pressed on.
Follow us on our route through Europe: from Brussels to Athens. Our last stop is Sofia, Bulgaria. Keep an eye on this page for all the updates, photos, and videos.
The EGP are heading to Athens by train. The journey is an opportunity to meet with Green members, campaigners, activists and offices staff en route as we head to the 17th EGP Council in Athens. It all starts on October 31 and arrives in Athens on November 7. You can also follow us on Facebook.
The EGP Congress in Paris condemns the substandard election practices and asks the Greens in the European Parliament to initiate a discussion in the European Parliament on this subject.