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The Alliance for Europe of the Nations (AEN) was a pan-European political party. Dissolved in 2009.
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The EU’s unsresolved issue of the Russian embargo against Lithuania’s oil refinery
Many have correctly perceived the 8 year-old oil embargo against the Lithuanian oil refinery Orlen Lietuva as Moscow’s political vendetta against Vilnius. Nonetheless, the complete picture is more complex, writes Agnia Grigas.











EPP warns Bulgaria’s Borissov not to include nationalists in coalition
EPP chief Joseph Daul has warned the leader of the Bulgarian sister party Boyko Borissov, who emerged as victor of the 5 October election, not to include the nationalist “Patriotic Front” in the future governing coalition. On a visit to Bulgaria, Daul held meetings with the main political forces and said the country needs to form a centre-right government with Boyko Borissov as Prime Minister. He added that the future cabinet should be based on EPP values and that it should not be a promoter of populism or extremism.











Reasons to be optimistic, despite modest EU climate targets
The EU's targets for emissions cuts, energy efficiency and renewables, agreed by EU leaders last week, were a disappointment, says Joris den Blanken. But there are reasons for hope that truly ambitious EU position can be set out ahead of the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris.











Hungary will shelve Internet tax plan for now, Orbán says
Hungary will shelve plans to introduce a tax on internet data traffic that has generated big protests over the past week, and will revisit regulating and taxing money made online next year, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said today (31 October). A provision that extended a telecommunications tax to online data traffic will be withdrawn, Orbán said.














 
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