Saturday, June 22, 2013

PES in Sofia youth employment and the next Commission president, Martin Schulz.

PES in Sofia youth employment and the next Commission president, Martin Schulz.



At a meeting in Sofia PES adopted a comprehensive program before the EP elections next spring.
European Socialists started the process of nominating a candidate for the next president of the EC, Martin Schulz.
 It was clear from the words of Hannes Swoboda of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats and the Socialist leader Sergey Stanishev, who gave a press conference.
"PES is the first European party that starts clear prozrazna procedure for our common candidate for President of the EC," said Stanishev. According to him, Schultz was "convinced European who defend our principles expressing relanite needs of the people, by far the strongest candidate who can point to achieve real results," said Stanishev.
Socialists in the European Union have agreed to push for more stimulus in combating youth unemployment and revive the industry on the continent during his party meeting in Sofia.
"Our task is to create new jobs for people, especially for the younger generation ... This is our big battle and this battle will be over the coming months on the European budget," said the leader of the parliamentary group of Socialists and Social Democrats in the European Parliament Hannes Swoboda.
"We can not accept a budget that is not focused on the most important problem - youth unemployment," he added.
On the eve of the upcoming summit of the EU next week PES agreed to demand more of the planned 6 billion for so-called. Youth Guarantee - offering jobs and internships for recent graduates - in seven-year budgetary period.
"The real crisis in Europe is unemployment among young people," warned Socialist, citing Eurostat data. They show that in the EU there are 26 million people out of work, including 5.6 million people under 25 years of age.
In a separate resolution, which was also adopted today, called PES European institutions and Member States to "support the revitalization of industry in Europe, in order to create new and decent jobs, support sustainable growth and improve working conditions for all Europeans. "
They emphasized the need for an active European industrial policy aimed at increasing competitiveness through education and training, increased investment in research and innovation, facilitate the access of companies to finance, improved infrastructure and long-term planning.

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