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Monday, 5 January 2009
The Czech EU-Council Presidency (5): European Green Party (EGP) expectations
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from the Greens in the Czech government - i.e. the Czech EU-Council Presidency - to promote green (?) issues:
support the ratification of the Lisbon Treaty
speed up implementation of the EU climate and energy package
find practical solutions for "the crisis"
foster investment in education
So that's what the Greens expect from the Greens. Hopefully, they also expect these issues from the rest of the Czech government - and from all the member states that has to agree, too...
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