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Libertas is a political party founded by Declan Ganley in 2008.
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ENG: Libertas is a political party founded by Declan Ganley that took part in the European Parliament election, 2009 in several member states of the European Union. President: Declan Ganley Founded: 30 October 2008 Ideology: Anti-Lisbon Treaty, Conservatism European Parliament group: Europe of Freedom and Democracy source October 29, 2009 updated: 2013-11-26
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Wałęsa supports Libertas


The surprise appearance of former Polish President Lech Wałęsa at the Rome campaign launch of anti-Lisbon treaty movement Libertas has provoked a flurry of heated debate in Poland. Wałęsa, who rose to prominence as the legendary leader of the Solidarity trade union movement, told a packed convention of over 1,000 Libertas campaigners on May Day that "Declan Ganley and Libertas have the potential to change Europe for the better".The former Polish president urged voters to "heed the Libertas message" and put citizens back at the heart of the European project. Wałęsa's speech provoked a ...


How Libertas funded its anti-Lisbon treaty referendum


The commission’s report says that the law should be changed to make it an offence to hinder their work or refuse to co-operate.Their 37-page report lists their various attempts to find out where Libertas got its funding after it was estimated the group spent over e1 million on its campaign.But despite letters and phone calls the commission, chaired by former High Court Judge Mr Justice Matthew Smith, was unable to establish the details of a e20,000 loan given to Libertas by its founder, businessman Declan Ganley, and whether 35,000 copies of a version of the treaty was a donation from a ...


Not so fast for Libertas, its campaign in limbo


Shortly after its opponents in the European Parliament said they were resigned to the fact that the Eurosceptic party Libertas – which is trying to unseat some MEPs – would get 200,000 Euro as an approved party, the newcomers were thrown into disarray when one of its key backers said he had never joined the party, a move that could threaten to derail it. Founded by Irish millionaire Declan Ganley, Libertas played a key role in successfully rallying opposition to the European Union’s reforming Lisbon Treaty at a referendum held in Ireland last year. In a statement, it said it ...


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CETA, TTIP: Global trade threatened by vested national interests
EU member countries have become more vocal in trying to protect their own backyards from competition in the ongoing free trade negotiations with Canada and the United States, writes Bruno Maçães. By Bruno Maçães, Secretary of State for European Affairs, Portugal. Supporters of free trade in Europe have good reason to be worried. The last two weeks have brought a number of ominous signs to public attention, even if nothing of what is happening seems particularly new.
June 4th - Message from Declan Ganley
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Environmental misgivings: why Parliament should reject the Juncker Commission
The proposed new structure of the European Commission sidelines sustainability issues and risks undoing years of environmental legislation, writes Tony Long. By Tony Long, Director of the WWF EU office, on behalf of the Green10 Coalition
Proposal on pollution controls for non-road machinery is out
Stakeholders stick to their guns upon reviewing the Commission’s proposal to curb pollution from agricultural and road construction machinery. The European Commission proposed a new regulation aimed at cutting emissions of pollutants from non-road mobile machinery (NRMM) on 26 September. NRMM includes land machinery used in the agricultural sector (for example combine-harvesters), in road construction (cranes, cement mixers) and for leisure (snowmobiles), on railroads and inland waterways.



 
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