Geraint Thomas (Sky) est le grand gagnant de la 11e étape du Tour de France entre Albertville et La Rosière.
C’est via la mise à jour de sa pétition sur le site Change.org que le député polynésien a annoncé la nouvelle.
Julian Alaphilippe a remporté la dixième étape du Tour de France 2018, la première de montagne, au Grand-Bornand, où il a signé le premier succès français depuis le départ. Le Belge Greg Van Avermaet (BMC) a sauvé son maillot jaune de leader.
Au tribunal, un jeune homme de 19 ans a été condamné, lundi après-midi, à un an de prison ferme pour avoir jeté une lourde pierre sur une automobiliste. Un geste qu’il n’a pas expliqué à l’audience.
La première conférence de presse du nouveau Président directeur général d’EDT-Engie, François-Xavier de Froment, a eu lieu ce lundi 16 juillet à Puurai, au siège de la société.
Au total, la planète a désormais 79 satellites connus, un record dans notre système solaire.
Un groupe de jardiniers, agents d'entretient ou cuisiniers, tous vacataires dans l'enseignement, fait entendre son mécontentement dans les jardins de Paofai. La plupart sont dans une situation précaires depuis une vingtaine d'années.
Visite marathon pour Olivier Serva, le député de la République en marche de Guadeloupe et Président de la Délégation aux Outre-mer de l'Assemblée nationale.
Kashmir, located between China, India and Pakistan, has been at the heart of a complex, 70-year dispute between Delhi and Islamabad, which has strained bilateral relations and impeded the development of stronger ties in the whole of South Asia. In the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, an uprising against Delhi's rule has been ongoing since 1989. In June 2018, a UN human rights report on Kashmir called for establishing a commission of inquiry into multiple violations from both sides. Kashmir is a mountainous area the size of Germany, in the north-west of the Indian subcontinent, home to K2, the world's second-tallest mountain, and also narrow valleys and barren plateaus. It is also prone to seismic activity: as recently as 2005, a strong earthquake is estimated to have claimed 75 000 lives. Source : © European Union, 2018 - EP
Mode 5 refers to services which are incorporated into goods which are then traded across international borders. Unlike traditional services, Mode 5 services are not subject to the existing international trade regime under the WTO General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS). Rather, they are subject to trade rules under the framework that governs trade in goods. As a consequence, trade in Mode 5 services is not fully liberalised, even though liberalisation would be in the best interest of international trade and the European Union. This report explores different avenues for including Mode 5 service commitments in multilateral trade agreements and free trade agreements, analyzing benefits and associated challenges. The broad conclusion is that while it may be possible to pursue Mode 5 options at the multilateral level, the most viable immediate strategy would consist in including such commitments in free trade agreements between the EU and its trading partners. Source : © European Union, 2018 - EP
In 2016, the amount of expenditure dedicated to defence represented 1.3% of GDP for the EU-28 and 1.2% of GDP for the Euro area. This is much less than the amount spent on social protection (which is equivalent to 19.1% of GDP), Health (7.1%) or Education (4.7%) but not quite as much as the amount spent on Public Safety and Order (1.7% of GDP) and significantly higher that the amount spent on environmental protection (0.7% of GDP). In 2016, the highest levels of expenditure in defence in the EU were observed in Estonia (2.4% of GDP), followed by Greece (2.1% of GDP), the United-Kingdom (2.0% of GDP) and France (1.8% of GDP). As a share of total government expenditure, defence expenditure amounted to 2.9% in the EU and to 2.6% in the Euro area. Source : © European Union, 2018 - EP
Attempts to move towards a common defence have been part of the European Project since its inception. However, more has been achieved in the past two years than in the last 60 years. Source : © European Union, 2018 - EP
The European Parliament regularly hosts the Euronest parliamentary assembly of the Eastern Partnership (EaP). Launched in 2011, the EaP is composed of the EU and its Member States, together with six of their eastern European neighbours: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine. During their Riga summit in 2015, the partners in the EaP decided to focus on four areas: economic development and market opportunities; institutional capacity and good governance; connectivity, energy efficiency, environment and climate change; mobility and people-to-people contacts. Before the EaP's 2017 Brussels summit, the European Commission and the European External Action Service published '20 deliverables for 2020', a series of specific objectives that are being piloted by various partners and have to be achieved by the EaP countries by 2020. To facilitate this task, the two institutions also proposed to streamline the structure of the EaP, which the Brussels summit endorsed. In June 2018, the Euronest meeting in Brussels adopted a number of resolutions on the EU’s mediation in frozen conflicts, on foreign direct investment and on undeclared labour. It also called for the release of Ukrainian political prisoners in Russia. Source : © European Union, 2018 - EP
EDT intempéries Le groupe EDT Engie se met au goût du jour avec un nouveau système numérique permettant de faciliter des démarches autrefois jugées trop longues et compliquées. Polynésie la 1ère
Heiva : la soirée de remise des prix en direct Mercredi 18 juillet, rendez-vous à partir de 19h20 sur Polynésie la 1ère pour vivre la soirée de remise des prix du Heiva en direct radio, télé, internet et Facebook Live. Polynésie la 1ère
Te farereiraa : lorsque le ori Tahiti rassemble les cultures La cérémonie du Farereiraa a débuté ce lundi 16 juillet à la maison de la culture. L'occasion pour les passionnés de 'Ori Tahiti originaires des Etats Unis et du Mexique de se rendre compte de leur niveau auprès de Tahitiens. Polynésie la 1ère
Olivier Serva (LREM) élu président de la délégation à l'Outre-mer Tout juste de retour de la Réunion, Olivier Serva, le député de la République en marche de Guadeloupe et président de la Délégation aux Outre-mer de l'Assemblée nationale, est en mission jusqu’à jeudi en Polynésie française. Polynésie la 1ère
[VIDEO] Revivez le retour triomphal des Bleus à Paris Le retour au bercail des bleus s'est fait dans l'euphorie générale. Les joueurs ont été reçus par les représentants du gouvernement. David Chang
Ravaged by genocide and armed conflict in the 1970s and 1980s, since 1985 Cambodia has been under the stable but repressive rule of Prime Minister Hun Sen. Nominally a multi-party democracy, the country has long been in effect a one-party state. Repression has intensified since the results of the 2013 election showed growing support for the opposition. With the next parliamentary election scheduled for July 2018, the government decided to ban the country's main opposition party, a move which drew international condemnation. Source : © European Union, 2018 - EP
Blockchain is a fairly new technology that is still evolving. Initially used for digital currencies, most research into this technology has been carried out for the finance industry. In recent years, however, research and development on supply chains and trade-related business processes have also gained ground. Start-ups and large companies have already exploited a wide range of blockchain-based applications in these areas, but the opportunities generated by this technology in international trade have yet to be fully exploited. Source : © European Union, 2018 - EP
Demain matin, coupure d'eau à Paea entre les PK 19 et 20 Des coupures d'eau sont à prévoir aujourd'hui dans la commune de Faa'a. Polynésie la 1ère
The European Union Code on Visas is one of the core elements of the EU's visa policy. It lays down the procedures and conditions for issuing short-stay visas for third-country nationals. On 14 March 2018, the Commission adopted a proposal to revise the Community Code on Visas (visa code). The main objective of the proposal is to strengthen the common visa policy while taking into account migration and security concerns, by increasing the role of visa policy in the EU's cooperation with third-countries, as well as economic considerations, by facilitating processing of visas for legitimate travellers who contribute to the EU's economy and its cultural and social development. Currently, the proposal is still at the early stage of discussions in committee. Source : © European Union, 2018 - EP
The European Social Fund (ESF) was set up under the Treaty of Rome with a view to improving workers’ mobility and employment opportunities in the common market. Its tasks and operational rules were subsequently revised to reflect developments in the economic and employment situation in the Member States, as well as the evolution of the political priorities defined at EU level. Source : © European Union, 2018 - EP
Improving health and safety at work has been an important issue for the EU since the 1980s. The introduction of legislation at European level set minimum standards for the protection of workers, while allowing Member States to maintain or introduce more stringent measures. When the Lisbon Treaty entered into force, the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union became legally binding, making health and safety policy an even more important area of EU legislation. Source : © European Union, 2018 - EP
The EU, the US and Canada share the values of democracy, human rights, and economic and political freedom, and overlapping foreign policy and security concerns. The EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement and Strategic Partnership Agreement were signed on 30 October 2016, receiving the European Parliament’s consent on 15 February 2017. Negotiations on an EU-US Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, launched on 8 July 2013, have been halted since President Trump was elected. Source : © European Union, 2018 - EP
The EU’s Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP) was established in 1993 and has since been strengthened by subsequent Treaties. Today, Parliament scrutinises the CFSP and contributes to its development, in particular by supporting the European External Action Service (EEAS), the EU Special Representatives (EUSRs) and the EU’s delegations. Parliament’s budgetary powers shape the scale and scope of the CFSP, as well as the EU financial instruments that sustain the EU’s foreign activities. Source : © European Union, 2018 - EP
Les Polynésiens lors de la Coupe du Monde 2018 Dimanche 15 juillet 2018, l'équipe de France a décroché sa deuxième étoile lors de la Coupe du Monde de football. 20 ans après, les Polynésiens se sont rendus par milliers dans les rues de Tahiti pour célébrer cette victoire, qui restera longtemps gravée dans les mémoires. Polynésie La 1ère
Coupe du monde 2018 : Pussy Riot et Mbappe Quatre membres des Pussy Riot, le groupe russe féministe, ont interrompu la deuxième mi-temps de finale de la Coupe du monde France-Croatie. Loin de s'énerver le joueur français Kylian Mbappé, la salue et l'image fait le tour du monde Polynésie La 1ère
As part of the mission to provide the Members and Committees of the European Parliament with new research tools in the area of comparative law, this document presents salient features of copyright law across the EU Member States and, more in particular, the prima facie corresponding provisions in national law relating to the exceptions and limitations contained in Directives 2001/29/EC and 2012/28/EU. The document will be updated regularly, especially in its electronic version, to take account of new or modified provisions of national law in relation to – mandatory or optional – exceptions and limitations deriving from existing or future EU legislation. Source : © European Union, 2018 - EP
Adopted on 17 July 1998, the Statute of Rome is the founding treaty of the International Criminal Court, which was set up to deal with the most serious crimes of international concern, namely genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. Its establishment has inspired much hope that the most horrendous crimes will no longer go unpunished and that its deterrent effect will significantly reduce their occurrence. The EU has been a strong supporter of the ICC system from the outset. Since it began operating in 2003, the Court has conducted investigations and trials in connection with some of the world's most brutal conflicts and has not shied away from investigating individuals at the highest level of power, such as presidents in office. It has developed extensive tools to protect its most important asset – the witnesses, who in many cases have faced intimidation, violence and even death. However the Court has also encountered difficulties and inherent limitations. The atrocities committed by groups such as ISIL/Da'esh have been out of reach for the Court's jurisdiction, which is limited to states parties' territories and their nationals, unless the Security Council specifically asks it to investigate. The refusal by some major powers such as the US, China and Russia to join, the lack of cooperation by some states parties such as South Africa, as well as recent defections or the threat thereof have also put strains on its global authority. The Court's effectiveness cannot be judged solely on the convictions it passes. The ICC is a court of last resort, and its impact on national judicial systems has also been significant. The Rome Statute itself has evolved. At the end of last year, the jurisdiction of the Court was extended to cover the crime of international aggression and new war crimes taking into account the latest technological developments. This briefing updates a previous briefing on the International Criminal Court, from May 2017. Source : © European Union, 2018 - EP
Currently, there are at least 86 different versions of ID cards, and 181 types of residence documents in circulation in the EU. The format and minimum standards for ID cards and residence documents is not regulated on EU level. In order to strengthen the security features of ID cards and residence documents of EU citizens and their non-EU family members, the European Commission published a legislative proposal. The impact assessment accompanying this proposal clearly explains the problems currently encountered, and proposes adequate solutions. The Commission used different sources to substantiate the impact assessment and also undertook several stakeholder consultation activities. However, it is not systematically indicated which stakeholder group prefers which specific option. At times the impact assessment displays a lack of quantification, about which the Commission is open. More detailed information on the safeguards regarding the fundamental rights impact would have been desirable. Source : © European Union, 2018 - EP
The IA provides a comprehensive description of the problem and the options are clearly linked to the objectives and the problem definition. It would have benefited the analysis if coherence and complementarity between this initiative and other proposed EU legislation would have been further explained. Moreover, stakeholders’ views are mentioned in a rather general way throughout the IA report and also, the problem drivers are not evenly discussed. It is to be noted that the proposed Regulation does not entirely follow the IA as it does not include legislative measures on direct access and access to databases, and on the other hand, it includes additional conditions for issuing a European Production Order. Source : © European Union, 2018 - EP
In order to improve the EU road safety and substantially reduce road deaths, several measures were taken at the EU level. A general policy document was adopted in 2010, when the European Commission published the Road Safety Programme 2011-2020. The current revision of the road safety management procedures was triggered by the fact that the progress in the reduction of road fatalities stalled and that the existing road security measures needed to be adapted to changes in mobility resulting from societal trends and technological developments. The impact assessment accompanying this proposal clearly explains the problems currently encountered, and proposes adequate solutions. The Commission used different sources to substantiate the impact assessment and also undertook several stakeholder consultation activities. However, some parts of the IA do not entirely follow the requirements of the Better Regulation Guidelines in that it does not set sufficiently specific and time-bound objectives. More detailed information on proportionality and publication of the support study would have also been desirable. Source : © European Union, 2018 - EP
Coupe du monde 2018 : dispositif exceptionnel sur Polynésie la 1ère Pour vous faire vivre la Finale de la Coupe du Monde de la Fifa 2018™, Polynésie la 1ère met en place un dispositif exceptionnel dès 3h du matin. Découvrez la programmation de folie sur nos 3 médias ! Polynésie la 1ère
Rahiri 2018 C’est la 6e soirée du Heiva i Tahiti 2018, ce jeudi 12 juillet, avec à l’affiche la troupe Parata, qui participe pour la première fois au concours de danse. Sur scène : plus d’une centaine de danseuses et de danseurs pour un spectacle qui promet d’être haut en couleurs ! Polynésie la 1ère, Belinda Tumatariri