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More effective EU trade policy for sustainable development goals
More effective EU trade policy for sustainable development goals
17.01.2018 | European Parliament

The European Union (EU) needs to strive for an efficient implementation of provisions found in the Trade and Sustainable Development (TSD) Chapters within EU Free Trade Agreements (FTAs), stated Member of European Parliament (MEP) Iuliu Winkler, in the Tuesday evening Strasbourg Plenary sitting. The RMDSZ MEP, Vice-Chair of the Committee on International Trade (INTA), has presented the EPP Group´s position, in the debate on the INTA question for oral answer for the European Commission regarding the implementation of TSD Chapters in EU FTAs.


Csaba Sógor: Signatures demonstrate our communities’ problems are important
Csaba Sógor: Signatures demonstrate our communities’ problems are important
13.01.2018 | Ciuc

Supporting the Minority Safepack initiative can prove that the 50 million EU citizens that belong to an ethnic or linguistic minority group are facing specific issues - said Csaba Sógor on his presentation in Csíkszereda, Romania. The RMDSZ MEP thinks that signatures demonstrate our communities’ problems are important and need to be analysed more thoroughly by the EU. The minority protection problem cannot be treated solely as a member state issue.


Romanian citizens submitted the most petitions to the European Parliament
Romanian citizens submitted the most petitions to the European Parliament

In a year’s time almost one hundred petitions were submitted to the European Parliament from Romania. Most complaints per inhabitant were submitted from this country. According to Csaba Sógor the number of petitions demonstrates that there are systemic problems in Romania, which call for the European Commission’s particular attention.


Csaba Sógor: expanding Schengen area cannot be delayed anymore
Csaba Sógor: expanding Schengen area cannot be delayed anymore
14.12.2017 | European Parliament

Romania and Bulgaria are ready to join the Schengen area. The citizens of the two countries have been waiting for years now to get a positive decision from the member state ministers responsible for internal affairs, pointed out Csaba Sógor in the European Parliament on Wednesday, during the debate about expanding Schengen to Bulgaria, Romania and Croatia.


EU citizenship report deals with autochthonous minorities
EU citizenship report deals with autochthonous minorities
12.12.2017 | European Parliament

The European Parliament accepted the 2017 annual report on EU citizenship, which, as a result of MEP Csaba Sógor’s contribution deals extensively with the protection of autochthonous minorities, too.


Csaba Sógor: Romania denies each day the fundamental rights of persons with disabilities
Csaba Sógor: Romania denies each day the fundamental rights of persons with disabilities
30.11.2017 | Brussels

Instead of improvements, there seem to be more obstacles in Romania in facilitating the access into labor market of persons with disabilities. Recently the Romanian government adopted an emergency decree which removed an option that cost the jobs and livelihood of most of the around 2000 persons with disabilities - pointed out Csaba Sógor in Brussels, in the Thursday parliament debate about implementing the European disability strategy.


Csaba Sógor in Aiud: we encourage everyone to be a godparent
Csaba Sógor in Aiud: we encourage everyone to be a godparent
24.11.2017 | Holiday

Today we draw attention to the need for devoted people. We are encouraging everyone to join this programme because families, talented young people and the Hungarian community in Transylvania as a whole have a lot to gain from it”, said Csaba Sógor on 24 November, Friday in the Bethlen Gábor College of Aiud, at the celebration of the “Godparent-programme” of the college.


The church of Cetatea de Baltă/Küküllővár was renovated
The church of Cetatea de Baltă/Küküllővár was renovated
23.11.2017 | Culture

“In Transylvania we build churches and we fill them with life. We can show a good example to the whole of Europe by keeping our communities strong. We can prove that it is worth believing and rejoicing in the Lord”, said MEP Csaba Sógor in his celebratory speech in Cetatea de Baltă/Küküllővár at the consecrating service of the newly renovated church.