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The Co-Chairs of the Transatlantic Legislators’ Dialogue, Radek Sikorski and Jim Costa, issued this statement upon the conclusion of the first meeting of the TLD in the 117th Congress. “We took the opportunity to stress that we are not just resetting this essential relationship, but...

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Written by IDU Vice Chairman David McAllister MEP, Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs in the European Parliament The Indo-Pacific region is vital for the European Union’s interests as the world’s largest and most populous region with increasing political, economic, and geostrategic importance. It...

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Statement by David McAllister and Bernd Lange on the UK government’s new ‘command paper’ titled “Northern Ireland Protocol: the way forward”. “This afternoon, the European Parliament’s UK Contact Group met to assess the consequences of the UK government’s new ‘command paper’ seeking to renegotiate substantial...

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EU should extend the scope of its Global Human Rights sanctions regime and give the European Parliament a stronger supervisory role, say David McAllister and Maria Arena. In December 2020, the European Union adopted its own ‘Global Human Rights Sanctions Regime’ (GHRSR). This instrument allows...

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The Chair of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, David McAllister, condemns the latest escalation in the repression of protests in Cuba. Mr McAllister (EPP, DE), stated on Wednesday 14 July: “I condemn in the strongest possible terms the crackdown on the peaceful protests taking place...

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STATEMENT OF PRELIMINARY FINDINGS AND CONCLUSIONS PRELIMINARY CONCLUSIONS The 11 July early parliamentary elections were well administered, competitive and fundamental freedoms were largely respected. While lower-level commissions enjoyed trust, key decisions of the Central Election Commission brought into question its impartiality. Candidates had ample opportunities...

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