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Federalism is Finland’s benefit

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The COVID-19 pandemic and restrictions put in order to prevent the spreading of the virus have caused a global recession. For that reason, The European Council agreed on a very criticized recovery fund in June. One concern the critiques have had is increasing federalism that they see as a negative phenomenon. Quite often the critiques […]

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EU-jäsenyyden hinta

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Tiistaina maaliin saateltu EU:n elpymisrahaston ja monivuotisen rahoituskehyksen lopputulema on aiheuttanut poliittisessakentässä vilkasta keskustelua ja vahvoja tunteita erityisesti Suomen roolin muuttumisesta yhä vahvemmin nettomaksajaksi. Monissa muissa maissa juhlitaan omia saavutuksia ja tavoitteiden läpimenoa. Suomessa paketti sai kuitenkin melko kylmän vastaanoton. Neuvottelujen tuloksesta voidaankin olla montaa mieltä, ja neuvotteluiden lopputulos olisi pienillä muutoksilla voinut olla hyvinkin […]

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JEF Helsinki calls for the decision-makers to-be-elected to adopt a holistic approach in the advancement of the movement of vocational expertise

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A functioning common market requires true movement by vocational professionals. As with the free movement of goods, the movement of professionals is affected by several causes, of which the direct regulation of minimum vocational requirements is but one. JEF Helsinki asserts that the Finnish members of the European Parliament and the Finnish commissioner are to […]

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Europe Day must become a national holiday

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Europe Day must become a national holiday 9.5.2020 May 9th is not only a day among many others: it is Europe Day. During that day people are supposed to celebrate united Europe. Sadly, an enormous number of people cannot celebrate it properly, because they are, for instance, at work or school. Europe and the European […]