European Institutions

  • EU Executive Increases Outreach with New Emergency Supply Chain Tool

    September 21, 2022

    In an effort to protect the supply chain, the European Commission has set out a new emergency tool called the Single Market Emergency Instrument that gives the EU executive new powers, including requiring the stockpiling of critical goods and telling companies to prioritize certain orders over others.

  • EU Commission President Proposes Mandatory Electricity Reduction in New Energy Crisis Plan

    September 09, 2022

    Ursula Von der Leyen has announced five proposals to curb the energy crisis in Europe including a mandatory reduction in electricity use during peak hours and a price cap on energy companies who produce electricity through low carbon methods.

  • Top Court Rules That France Can Deport Conservative Imam

    September 07, 2022

    France's highest administrative court, the Conseil d'Etat, has ruled that a French-Moroccan imam, who the french governmenet has accused of promoting hate, particularly against the jewish community and women, can be deported.

  • EU Judges Sue Council Over Polish Recovery Plan

    August 30, 2022

    Four organizations representing European judges filed a lawsuit against the Council of the European Union citing that the Council accepted Poland’s recovery plan while debate is still ongoing over rule-of-law concerns.

  • ESG Label Stripped from EU Sustainable Funds after Review

    August 24, 2022

    As Groups continue in their attempt to define Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG), the label ‘ESG’ has been stripped From 23% of EU sustainable funds after being reviewed by market researcher Morningstar Inc.

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