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For an open Europe with strong fundamental rights

Resolution accepted at the EGP Council meeting, Malmö, Sweden, October 16-18, 2009

The Council’s 2009 framework decision on data protection in police cooperation is so weak and full of exceptions that the European Data Protection Supervisor calls for a complete re-start in this area.

October 18, 2009
Political rights violated in Romania

Resolution accepted at the EGP Council meeting, Malmö, Sweden, October 16-18, 2009

Democracy cannot be imagined without free and fair elections.

October 18, 2009
Stop the pressure on Green activist from Krasnodar

Resolution accepted at the EGP Council meeting, Malmö, Sweden, October 16-18, 2009

Pressure on Anastasia Denisova, human rights and Green activist, coordinator of GROZA (Green Alternative) group in Krasnodarskiy region.

October 18, 2009
Stop EBRD support of Moscow-St. Petersburg motorway project (sect. 15-58km)

Resolution accepted at the EGP Council meeting, Malmö, Sweden, October 16-18, 2009

This project faced public outrage and mass protests. Public movement For the Conservation of Khimki Forest was formed. The activists were terrorized, since local authorities tried to prevent the information from spreading among the population. 

October 18, 2009
Stop Baltic NPP!

Resolution accepted at the EGP Council meeting, Malmö, Sweden, October 16-18, 2009

In the Environmental Impact Assessment done by Russian nuclear industry, it is not clear what technology will be used to dispose nuclear waste. 

October 18, 2009
The institutional crisis in Madagascar

Resolution accepted at the EGP Council meeting, Malmö, Sweden, October 16-18, 2009

Even if we, Greens, always denounced the political orientations of President Ravalomana (for instance the land appropriation by foreign companies), the current political situation has dramatic consequences for Democracy and Human Rights as well as the economic, social and environmental sustainability of Madagascar.

October 18, 2009
Tunisia 2009 elections: No democracy or transparency

Resolution accepted at the EGP Council meeting, Malmö, Sweden, October 16-18, 2009

The European Green Party wants to bring to the attention of national and international public opinion the danger Tunisia is facing as a consequence of this kind of politics characterized by a refusal to talk to the democratic opposition and the lack of respect of full rule of law.

October 18, 2009
Resolution Mochovce 3 + 4

Resolution accepted at the EGP Council meeting, Malmö, Sweden, October 16-18, 2009

The reactors 3 and 4 are two pressurised water reactors based on soviet technologies of the 1970s with a building permission of the year 1986. Thus, this nuclear power plant counts among the most dangerous in Europe even before its completion.

October 18, 2009
The European Union needs a common migration and asylum policy!

Resolution accepted at the EGP Council meeting, Malmö, Sweden, October 16-18, 2009

European Greens have a threefold approach: Fundamental rights for all migrants also in practice, and an approximation of rights of EU citizens and third country nationals within the EU: A set of common rights for all: To have an as open and as welcoming EU as possible.

October 18, 2009
On the situation in Bosnia-Herzegovina

Resolution accepted at the EGP Council meeting, Malmö, Sweden, October 16-18, 2009

The EGP supports all efforts of civil society and of multi-ethnical political forces for promoting inter-ethnic dialogue and peace initiatives to prevent an acceleration of tensions and further isolation of Bosnia-Herzegovina.

October 18, 2009
Croatian Ministry of Environment attempts to shut down NGO Green Action/Friends of the Earth Croatia

Resolution accepted at the EGP Council meeting, Malmö, Sweden, October 16-18, 2009

It is hard to see this court case as anything other than an attempt by the Ministry to silence the biggest and most successful environmental NGO in Croatia.

October 18, 2009
An international climate agreement in Copenhagen

Resolution accepted at the EGP Council meeting, Malmö, Sweden, October 16-18, 2009

Financing from industrialised countries for mitigation in developing countries must be supplemental to domestic reduction targets and not offsetting them. 

October 18, 2009
Pandemic of a H1N1 virus - a responsible approach

Resolution accepted at the EGP Council meeting, Malmö, Sweden, October 16-18, 2009

In general, previous experience of pandemic A H1H1 and other epidemic or pandemic situations clearly shows that research must focus on finding out about all man-made causes

October 18, 2009
Dangerous waste traffic: Who is behind the “mafia”?

Resolution accepted at the EGP Council meeting, Malmö, Sweden, October 16-18, 2009

This scandal once more reveals the total lack of transparency and lack of guarantees on how nuclear and chemical wastes are treated.

October 18, 2009
Visa liberalisation for western Balkan countries

Resolution accepted at the EGP Council meeting, Malmö, Sweden, October 16-18, 2009

All the countries of the region have made and are making substantial progress in meeting the conditions set by the Commission in order to grant a visa-waiver status. Also Kosovo is on the way to adopt substantial measures in order to be ready to start a visa-liberalisation dialogue with the EU - even if some EU-member countries have not recognized Kosovo's independence yet.

October 18, 2009
On the milk crisis

Resolution accepted at the EGP Council meeting, Malmö, Sweden, October 16-18, 2009

Milk producers have been actively campaigning for months, trying to influence European policy. The movement is spreading throughout the EU, and even the US. Small producers are demanding that quotas be maintained, or at least that regulation mechanisms be set up to decrease milk production and thus increase prices. They also call for a specific sanction for exceeding quotas, to be applied to an individual farmer rather than a State.

October 18, 2009
European Greens challenge the decision to build a new NPP in Belarus

Resolution accepted at the EGP Council meeting, Malmö, Sweden, October 16-18, 2009

Under a non-democratic regime, such as that of Belarus, citizens’ scrutiny and control of the operation of the future NPP will be non-existent. Lack of transparency poses further questions as to the actual safety standards to be applied throughout the NPP lifetime. The officials responsible for the security of NPP can hide the true situation and emergencies from the higher authorities, as was the case at the Chernobyl NPP.

October 18, 2009
European Greens and eastern partnership

Resolution accepted at the EGP Council meeting, Malmö, Sweden, October 16-18, 2009

Within the framework of this initiative, new approaches should be developed towards shared use of intellectual, industrial and scientific resources which would lead to solutions for the common problems and raise the development of individual countries and Europe as a whole to a new level.

October 18, 2009
The killings of human rights defenders in Russia

Resolution accepted at the EGP Council meeting, Malmö, Sweden, October 16-18, 2009

On July 15,  Natalya Estemirova, one of the most well-known human rights activists in Chechnya, was abducted and lately found murdered in Ingushetia.

October 18, 2009
The future of the EGP

Resolution accepted at the EGP Council meeting, Malmö, Sweden, October 16-18, 2009

The results of the debate on this paper in Malmö and considers the contributions tabled by EGP stakeholders as a starting point for its work

October 18, 2009
Second round of negotiations in Cyprus and protection of the island's natural environment

Resolution accepted at the EGP Council meeting, Malmö, Sweden, October 16-18, 2009

Engage the European Union as a facilitator for the achievement of the solution.

October 18, 2009
Fisheries policy

Resolution accepted at the EGP Council meeting, Malmö, Sweden, October 16-18, 2009

The EU is a rich and well-off region. The EU must aim to set a good example to the rest of the world in management of the marine environment (including fishing) – and not, as it is today, be an example of bad marine management.

October 18, 2009
A European community for renewable energy (ERENE)

Resolution accepted at the EGP Council meeting, Malmö, Sweden, October 16-18, 2009

Renewable sources are the only viable sources of sustainable energy,

October 18, 2009

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