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.
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.
Belarussian antinuclear activist and reporter Tatjana Novikova enjoyed widespread public support in Lithuania for her anti-nuclear campaigning, but as soon as she started giving public statements against the upcoming Lithuanian nuclear power plant she was declared persona non grata. Being persona non grata in one EU country will affect Novikova's ability to travel in the entire Schengen area, and effectively block any freedom of movement.
Wednesday, October 31, 2012 - 19:30 to Wednesday, November 7, 2012 - 05:15
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 has been working with the Greens in the EP and our member parties to organise common actions across Europe to commemorate the year since the Fukushima accident on 11th March. Below are some of the events that European Greens are getting involved in to show our solidarity with those affected in Japan. Many parties are placing editorials in their national media.
Local and presidential elections will be organized in Bulgaria on Sunday October 23 rd and it is the first time that Zelenite – the Bulgarian Greens – will participate in the local elections, which are of great importance for Zelenite.