Ska Keller at the speaker's desk of the European Parliament in Strasbourg. She is gesturing with her hands.
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EU Governments miss chance to take concrete action against attacks on Rule of Law and postpone response to rising energy prices

Commenting on the ongoing EU summit and debate on the rule of law situation in Poland and the primacy of EU law, as well as rising energy prices, Ska Keller, President of the Greens/EFA Group in the European Parliament, said:

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Time has run out - Commission & Council must act on Rule of Law in Poland

Members of the European Parliament have been debating the situation regarding the rule of law and the primacy of EU law in Poland, with Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and Commission President Ursula von der Leyen. The Greens/EFA Group are calling on the Commission and Council to take…

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State of the European Union: Greens/EFA call for faster action on climate protection

Today the European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen delivered the annual State of the European Union address to the European Parliament. Ska Keller MEP, President of the Greens/EFA Group in the European Parliament, comments:

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Greens/EFA call for increased action and ambition on climate

Today, the Fit for 55 climate package was debated in the European Parliament against the background of the IPCC climate report and this summer's flood and heat disasters. The measures presented in July’s climate package must be implemented sooner than targeted by the Commission.

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Climate Package Offers Lift-off for Climate Protection

The European Commission has presented its climate package on Delivering the European Green Deal. This first of its kind package of climate legislation is the roadmap for the EU to reach its climate target of at least 52.8% emissions reduction and 2.2% removed by carbon sinks by 2030, climate…

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Slovenian Presidency must be constructive partner on climate, recovery & rule of law

Today, the European Parliament is debating the start of the Slovenian Presidency of the European Council, which began on July 1st. Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Janša has launched a 'war on the media' targeting national and international journalists, launched personal attacks against judges, and…

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