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PES conference calls for hands on approach to EU industrial policy
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“The laissez faire approach to industry has failed, it is time for a hands on approach”. So said Party of European Socialists (PES) Vice-President, Katarína Neved'alová. The Slovakian Member of the European Parliament (MEP) was speaking at a high level conference on EU industrial policy, organised by the PES in Brussels today. She called on; “European institutions and Member States to formulate a European Industrial policy and to give support to industry, in order to promote long term growth. The EU and Member States must provide the right framework conditions for industry, namely ensuring access to capital, improving infrastructure and strengthening education and training systems.”

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PES Finance Ministers: Time for a fair tax agenda
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For hundreds of millions of European citizens, tax is a relatively simple affair. You see the gross figure on your pay check and the net figure in your bank account. Once a year you look at the limited ways you can claim some tax relief, and that is pretty much it. However the same rules do not seem to apply to two very significant categories, the super rich and the super companies.

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PES Leaders’ meeting: “A progressive industrial policy can change the course of the crisis”, says PES President
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PES Social Ministers call on European leaders to take citizens' concerns seriously
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Bulgarian elections: BSP doubles seats in Parliament, calls for the re-establishment of the integrity of the institutions
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The Workers Youth Festival: United we make history!
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PES Leaders meeting, Leipzig, 22 May 2013
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Poul PES From May 1863 Leipzig to May 2013 Sofia, the value of progressive democracy PES
History shows us that election day always has consequences. This is a fundamental principle of progressive democracy, even if the outcome is neither progressive nor democratic. In case of my own country, Bulgaria, the chaotic, massively manipulated general election on May 12 has proven to be part of the legacy of the conservative GERB party. This is and always will be a legacy of democratic abuse, of isolation and political neglect. This is also the reason why, despite evidences of illegally printed ballots and widespread corruption, the official numbers still show that two-thirds of the electorate voted against GERB. Now, the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) will focus to engage in dialogue with all members of society with the ultimate goal of bringing this destructive legacy to an end.
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The 9th of May saw European Socialists and Social democrats take a stand for the future of Europe for the second edition of our Europe Day celebrations. Under the common theme “United in solidarity” groups from Portugal to Romania organized individual actions to spread the ideas of peace, equality, solidarity and unity in their cites and regions.
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