Europe After The Lisbon Treaty. Strategies for the Future
is an extremely important tool in this process. During the debate: First of All: Ecient Communica- tion or How to Reach the Most Important Persons of the EU? Ma- roš Šefčovič, Vice−President and European Commissioner for Inter- Institutional Relations and Admini- stration, reminded attendees that the Treaty of Lisbon assumes gre- ater freedom to involve domestic parliaments of particular member states. If we want to discuss EU regulations, we should not go to Brussels directly, but we should make contact with the domestic Minister who can address the issue to the EU Co- uncil in Brussels or with the parliamentarians who can also inuence the contents of European regulations. Mirek Topolanek, Prime Minister (2006–2009), ODS, Civic Democratic Part , Czech Republic
oint interests also means joint responsibility.Wherever many inuences contact, there are many requirements that can be interpreted as limitations of freedom. The current global threats become a challenge to multi-cultural, multi-national and multi-religious communities, such being the Union. Therefore, a question of how to guarantee the basic freedom of citizens and their safety occurs. Jerzy Miller, the Minister of Interior and Administration, participating in the debate: Safety and Freedom said that it was not true that more freedom means less safety. The truth J
Debate: Liberty versus Security Aleksander Kwaśniewski, President of Poland (1995–2005); Jerzy Miller, Minister of the Interior and Administration, Poland; Marc Ellenbogen, President, Global Panel Foundation, USA; Jurgen Fitschen, Member of the Group Executive Committee, Deutsche Bank AG, Germany; Istvan Gyarmati, President & CEO, International Centre for Democratic ransition (ICDT), Hungary
is, however, that more anarchy means less safety. So the problems of global threats should be responded to with global actions. There is no safe island in the global world. There is no safety if freedom is limited. This is a global issue that can be reso- lved by promotion of our output, as globally as possible – concluded Mr Miller.
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