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SPD leader and ex EP president Martin Schulz wants United Stated of Europe by 2025

Germany’s second largest party SPD leader Martin Schulz called for the transformation of the European Union into a United States of Europe by 2025 with a common constitution. “Europe is our life insurance,” Schulz told an SPD party convention in Berlin on Thursday. I want a new constitutional treaty to …

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EP President M Schulz blocks Turkey’s visa-free bid

The President of the European Parliament, Martin Schulz, announced on Wednesday that he has stopped procedures involving the liberalisation of visas for Turkish nationals. Schulz informed reporters that he had not sent the necessary document concerning the visa liberalisation to the appropriate committee. He said that Turkey had failed to …

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MEP Glezos tells ex-bookseller EP Schulz: “I fear the man of one book” in Ancient Greek & Latin (video)

Oldest Member of the European Parliament and veteran left politician Manolis Glezos had a very original idea on Tuesday morning. He sharply criticized the “I-talk-non -stop-and-scare-Greeks” European Parliament President Martin Schulz teaching him a lesson on how democracy works. Glezos addressed Schulz in Ancient Greek and added also a sentence …

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EP President Martin Schulz: “Greeks get on my nerves”

It is not a joke, neither a fake news to troll the esteemed President of the European Parliament, Martin Schulz. The politician from the German Social-Democrats SPD said indeed that Greeks get on his nerves! Thursday evening, Martin Schulz was on a panel discussion at Maybrit Illner Political Show of …

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EP Schulz openly says, he would prefer a SYRIZA-To Potami coalition

President of European Parliament said it clearly: that he would prefer if PM Tsipras had a coalition with To Potami. After a meeting with Potami leader Stavros Theodorakis, Schulz told media: “For me it would be better, Mr. Tsipras had to work with To Potami and not with ANEL (Greek …

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Did EP Schulz complain to Tsipras about rain, Russia and lack of EU solidarity?

President of the European Parliament Martin Schulz arrived at the office of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras but the timing was bad. It was raining. An obviously disappointed Schulz immediately pointed with the finger towards the sky in front of PM Tsipras’ nose. Martin Schulz complained right away about the shortage …

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EP Pres. Martin Schulz Teaches Greeks The Horror!

“Euro exit could be the beginning of a horror,” the president of the European Parliament Martin Schulz warned the stunned Greeks during an event in Athens and continued in a real morbid mood:”I ask those who think now that a horror end is better than an endless horror to think that exit …

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EP President Martin Schulz Postpones Athens Visit

President of European Parliament Martin Schulz postponed his visit to Athens scheduled for Sunday, May 13th 2012. Schulz was to meet Greek president Karolos Papoulias and allegedly political party leaders bringing a ‘kind of message’. Unconfirmed inofrmation claim that Schulz plans to visit Greece a week later. What could possible be …

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To Potami to suspend its operation, donate state funding to Athens University

The political council of the party that almost disappeared in voters’ preference proposed that To Potami suspends its operation. Reason of the proposal is the river dried out. Behind the decision is the decimation of the local groups of the party, a statement said. After a major defeat in the …

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Anti-Greek or just German arrogance? Candidate for Commission presidency Weber in Athens

“Next time I’ll come to Greece, Kyriakos Mitsotakis will be Prime Minister.” The bold support came by Manfred Weber, the center-right European People’s Party candidate to replace Jean-Claude Juncker as the President of the European Commission. The Bavarian arch-conservative politician from the Christian Social Union choose the Greek capital Athens …

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