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Teaniva Dinard sacré Mister Tahiti 2022

Après trois années d'absence, l'élection de Mister Tahiti fait son grand retour. Et c'est Teaniva Dinard qui remporte l'écharpe 2022. Il représentera la Polynésie à Mister France 2023.
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Teaniva Dinard sacré Mister Tahiti 2022

Après trois années d'absence, l'élection de Mister Tahiti fait son grand retour. Et c'est Teaniva Dinard qui remporte l'écharpe 2022. Il représentera la Polynésie à Mister France 2023.

Te Hono Rahu'a : rencontre avec Tenania Oldham, leader du groupe Anapa Sound

Le 1er octobre dans «Te Hono Rahu'a», la rubrique du journal télévisé de Polynésie la première consacrée aux artistes, Maruki Dury recevait Tenania Oldham, le leader du groupe Anapa Sound...
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Te Hono Rahu'a : rencontre avec Tenania Oldham, leader du groupe Anapa Sound

Le 1er octobre dans «Te Hono Rahu'a», la rubrique du journal télévisé de Polynésie la première consacrée aux artistes, Maruki Dury recevait Tenania Oldham, le leader du groupe Anapa Sound...

Le sommet entre les Etats-Unis et le Pacifique insulaire s’achève, Washington a promis une aide de presque cent milliards CFP

810 millions de dollars, soit presque 100 milliards CFP, c'est le montant du nouveau fonds promis par les Etats-Unis pour aider les territoires insulaires du Pacifique. L'annonce a eu lieu lors du sommet inédit organisé mercredi et jeudi à Washington, ave
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Le sommet entre les Etats-Unis et le Pacifique insulaire s’achève, Washington a promis une aide de presque cent milliards CFP

810 millions de dollars, soit presque 100 milliards CFP, c'est le montant du nouveau fonds promis par les Etats-Unis pour aider les territoires insulaires du Pacifique. L'annonce a eu lieu lors du sommet inédit organisé mercredi et jeudi à Washington, avec la participation d'une délégation calédonienne. Il a vu la Maison Blanche dévoiler sa stratégie pour la région. Egalement à la clé, une déclaration commune déclinant une dizaine d'intentions.

Président's Cup avant les Océania : les meilleurs du Pacifique s'affrontent à Tahiti

A Mahina, la Président's Cup a débuté ce vendredi. 150 athlètes de niveau ceinture noire y participent. De Polynésie, de la Papouasie Nouvelle-Guinée, de Tonga et de Fidji...La compétition est qualificative pour les Océania de taekwondo, dans la foul
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Président's Cup avant les Océania : les meilleurs du Pacifique s'affrontent à Tahiti

A Mahina, la Président's Cup a débuté ce vendredi. 150 athlètes de niveau ceinture noire y participent. De Polynésie, de la Papouasie Nouvelle-Guinée, de Tonga et de Fidji...La compétition est qualificative pour les Océania de taekwondo, dans la foulée. Focus sur les athlètes venus des îles Sous-le-Vent.

Loi sur les emplois protégés : la préférence locale est une chose, la formation une autre

La loi de pays sur les emplois protégés entre en vigueur demain, 1er octobre. A compétence et qualification égales, l'employeur doit faire jouer la préférence locale. Une évidence pour nombre d'entre eux, dont Olivier Kressmann, vice-président du Mede
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Loi sur les emplois protégés : la préférence locale est une chose, la formation une autre

La loi de pays sur les emplois protégés entre en vigueur demain, 1er octobre. A compétence et qualification égales, l'employeur doit faire jouer la préférence locale. Une évidence pour nombre d'entre eux, dont Olivier Kressmann, vice-président du Medef Polynésie, mais pour qui cette loi va mettre en évidence «la problématique de formation adéquate sur les besoins du Pays».

Grève des pompiers d'aérodrome : vols perturbés, passagers inquiets et énervés

Dans les services des affaires économiques, au contrôle des dépenses, à la direction du budget, aux moyens généraux ou encore au parcs et jardins... la grève est donc levée. Seuls les pompiers de l'Aviation civile n'ont pas signé. Près de 70 pompier
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Grève des pompiers d'aérodrome : vols perturbés, passagers inquiets et énervés

Dans les services des affaires économiques, au contrôle des dépenses, à la direction du budget, aux moyens généraux ou encore au parcs et jardins... la grève est donc levée. Seuls les pompiers de l'Aviation civile n'ont pas signé. Près de 70 pompiers d'aérodrome sont en grève depuis ce matin et des destinations sont perturbées.

Protocoles d'accord signés : grève levée dans plusieurs services du Pays, sauf chez les pompiers

Ce vendredi matin plusieurs protocoles d’accord ont été signés dans le cadre du préavis de grève déposé dans plusieurs services du Pays par la FRAAP (fédération de rassemblement des agents des administrations de Polynésie). Les pompiers poursuiven
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Protocoles d'accord signés : grève levée dans plusieurs services du Pays, sauf chez les pompiers

Ce vendredi matin plusieurs protocoles d’accord ont été signés dans le cadre du préavis de grève déposé dans plusieurs services du Pays par la FRAAP (fédération de rassemblement des agents des administrations de Polynésie). Les pompiers poursuivent leur arrêt de travail, avec des conséquences dans le transport aérien.

At a Glance - United States: Economic indicators and trade with EU - 30-09-2022

The infographic illustrates the economic development in the United States in comparison with the EU economy in the past decade. Besides showing strong economic recovery capacity in both regions, it gives an insight into economic phenomena, such as rising infl
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At a Glance - United States: Economic indicators and trade with EU - 30-09-2022

The infographic illustrates the economic development in the United States in comparison with the EU economy in the past decade. Besides showing strong economic recovery capacity in both regions, it gives an insight into economic phenomena, such as rising inflation and growing public debt - unfavourable trends that started before 2022, a year marked by war in Europe. It also portrays trade relations between the two blocs, which, despite having suffered during the COVID-19 pandemic, grew to record levels in EU exports of goods and services in 2021. This is a further updated edition of an infographic, the last edition of which was published in June 2021. Source : © European Union, 2022 - EP

Briefing - Review of the Regulation on fluorinated greenhouse gases: Fit for 55 package - 30-09-2022

On 5 April 2022, the Commission presented a proposal for a regulation on fluorinated greenhouse gases that would repeal Regulation (EU) No 517/2014. The proposal is amongst the last in the 'fit for 55' package, aiming to align EU climate and energy laws with
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Briefing - Review of the Regulation on fluorinated greenhouse gases: Fit for 55 package - 30-09-2022

On 5 April 2022, the Commission presented a proposal for a regulation on fluorinated greenhouse gases that would repeal Regulation (EU) No 517/2014. The proposal is amongst the last in the 'fit for 55' package, aiming to align EU climate and energy laws with the EU Climate Law's 2030 target. The proposal aims to further reduce emissions of fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-gases). It would change the existing quota system, gradually reducing the supply of hydrofluorocarbons (HFC) to the EU market to 2.4 % of 2015 levels by 2048. It would also ban F-gases in specific applications and update the rules in respect to implementing best practices, leak checking, record keeping, training, waste treatment and penalties. The current licensing system and labelling obligations would be strengthened in order to improve enforcement of trade restrictions. Finally, the proposal would align EU legislation with the requirements of the Montreal Protocol to reduce production of HFCs. In Parliament, the proposal is being discussed in the Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety (ENVI). First edition. The 'EU Legislation in Progress' briefings are updated at key stages throughout the legislative procedure. Source : © European Union, 2022 - EP

Briefing - The floods in Pakistan and the global and EU humanitarian responses - 30-09-2022

With a population of almost 236 million, Pakistan is the fifth most populous country in the world. The country has been hit by extreme weather events this year. In March and April 2022, an extreme heat wave hit Pakistan and India. This was followed in June b
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Briefing - The floods in Pakistan and the global and EU humanitarian responses - 30-09-2022

With a population of almost 236 million, Pakistan is the fifth most populous country in the world. The country has been hit by extreme weather events this year. In March and April 2022, an extreme heat wave hit Pakistan and India. This was followed in June by the heaviest monsoon rains in over a century. The rains left a third of the country under water – an area almost three times the size of Portugal. The damage is significant – over 1 600 people have been killed by the rains, floods and landslides, while over 12 850 people have been injured. It is reported that 7.9 million people have been displaced, including some 598 000 currently living in relief camps. In total, it is estimated that more than 33 million people have been affected. On top of the human tragedy, there has also been considerable material damage: over 805 000 houses have been completely destroyed; over 1.2 million houses have been damaged; the communications infrastructure (including 12 700 km of roads) has been severely damaged; 2 million acres of crops have been adversely affected; and 1.1 million livestock have perished. Pakistan was one of the countries worst affected by climate change in the 2000-2019 period, and this climate-induced crisis has come on top of an ongoing political and economic crisis. The latter has been caused by loose fiscal policies and international developments (inflation, and food and fuel price increases in the context of the Russian invasion of Ukraine). Much of the blame has fallen on the former prime minister for his government's handling of the economy; the former finance minister recently resigned as well. Given the above, the domestic, international and EU responses to this climate-induced humanitarian crisis are key to limiting the impact of the catastrophe in a vulnerable and populous region. Relations between the EU and Pakistan are framed by the EU-Pakistan Strategic Engagement Plan of June 2019, the 2021-2027 Multiannual Indicative Programme (MIP) for Pakistan and the GSP+ trade preference scheme. Source : © European Union, 2022 - EP

At a Glance - Question time: Tackling depopulation through cohesion policy instruments - 30-09-2022

Several Member States and regions are facing population decline, caused by factors such as low fertility rates and net emigration. The emigration of skilled workers, referred to as 'brain drain', undermines the growth potential of the areas concerned. An agei
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At a Glance - Question time: Tackling depopulation through cohesion policy instruments - 30-09-2022

Several Member States and regions are facing population decline, caused by factors such as low fertility rates and net emigration. The emigration of skilled workers, referred to as 'brain drain', undermines the growth potential of the areas concerned. An ageing society also plays a part in depopulation. Depopulated regions are often low-income rural or post-industrial areas, with fewer job opportunities. In the context of its oversight over other EU institutions, the European Parliament has recently reived the practice of holding 'question time' with the Commission. During the October I session, the Commission is due to answer question on the issue of tackling depopulation through cohesion policy instruments. Source : © European Union, 2022 - EP

At a Glance - Protests in Iran over the death of Mahsa Amini - 30-09-2022

For the past two weeks, Iran has seen massive protests over the death in police custody of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini, a Kurdish woman arrested for allegedly violating Iran's compulsory veiling laws. Protests have spread to more than 150 cities across Iran, incl
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At a Glance - Protests in Iran over the death of Mahsa Amini - 30-09-2022

For the past two weeks, Iran has seen massive protests over the death in police custody of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini, a Kurdish woman arrested for allegedly violating Iran's compulsory veiling laws. Protests have spread to more than 150 cities across Iran, including universities. The government has reacted violently to the protests, leading to at least 75 deaths and over a thousand arrests. Iranians are protesting not just against Amini's death, but also against an increasingly repressive regime that targets women, journalists and minorities. During its current mandate, the European Parliament has adopted eight resolutions condemning human rights violations in Iran. Source : © European Union, 2022 - EP

J.-F. Carenco a rencontré les députés polynésiens : décolonisation et vie chère au coeur de la réunion

Ce jeudi à Paris, la délégation Outre-mer présidée par le député Moetai Brotherson a été reçue par ministre délégué chargé des Outre-mer. Lors de cette réunion, les parlementaires polynésiens ont porté les préoccupations des ultramarins : co
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J.-F. Carenco a rencontré les députés polynésiens : décolonisation et vie chère au coeur de la réunion

Ce jeudi à Paris, la délégation Outre-mer présidée par le député Moetai Brotherson a été reçue par ministre délégué chargé des Outre-mer. Lors de cette réunion, les parlementaires polynésiens ont porté les préoccupations des ultramarins : comme la vie chère, ou l'autonomie alimentaire. Mais aussi la décolonisation de la Polynésie.

Echec des négociations entre la FRAAP et le Pays : la grève effective dès ce soir à minuit

La grève sera belle et bien effective dans les administrations du Pays. Les pompiers de l'aéroport vont ainsi débrayer dès ce soir, minuit. La 3ème rencontre entre la FRAAP et le vice-président s'est soldée par un échec. Pour les syndicalistes, le vic
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Echec des négociations entre la FRAAP et le Pays : la grève effective dès ce soir à minuit

La grève sera belle et bien effective dans les administrations du Pays. Les pompiers de l'aéroport vont ainsi débrayer dès ce soir, minuit. La 3ème rencontre entre la FRAAP et le vice-président s'est soldée par un échec. Pour les syndicalistes, le vice-président n'aurait pas promis d'avancée sur le respect du protocole d'accord de 2017. Pour le vice-président, la revalorisation salariale n'est pas envisageable.

Fret : après les négociations, les armateurs espèrent toujours une augmentation du prix

Le 15 septembre, à l'ouverture de la session budgétaire à l'assemblée, le président du Pays avait indiqué qu'il ferait «tout pour éviter une augmentation des taux de fret pour les archipels. Je convaincrai les armateurs que ce n’est pas le bon
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Fret : après les négociations, les armateurs espèrent toujours une augmentation du prix

Le 15 septembre, à l'ouverture de la session budgétaire à l'assemblée, le président du Pays avait indiqué qu'il ferait «tout pour éviter une augmentation des taux de fret pour les archipels. Je convaincrai les armateurs que ce n’est pas le bon geste à faire». Lesquels aujourd’hui sont dans la tourmente. L’augmentation qui devait intervenir le 1er octobre, pour faire face à la hausse du prix du carburant, ne le sera pas. En négociation ce matin avec le vice-président, ils demandent à la fois à pouvoir augmenter les tarifs du fret et à bénéficier d'un carburant subventionné.

Sommet des îles du Pacifique : les Etats-Unis vont davantage s'engager en Océanie

Deuxième et dernière journée du sommet des îles du Pacifique à Washington. Multiples rencontres avec les dirigeants américains dont le Président Joe Biden lors d'une réunion au Département d'Etat. Lequel a annoncé l'ouverture de représentations dip
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Sommet des îles du Pacifique : les Etats-Unis vont davantage s'engager en Océanie

Deuxième et dernière journée du sommet des îles du Pacifique à Washington. Multiples rencontres avec les dirigeants américains dont le Président Joe Biden lors d'une réunion au Département d'Etat. Lequel a annoncé l'ouverture de représentations diplomatiques à Tonga et aux Salomon, et le soutien réaffirmé des Etats-Unis en Océanie dans plusieurs domaines

At a Glance - International development: EU-US Explainer - 29-09-2022

International development has become an important tool in both promoting equity and fostering greater global responsibility in an interconnected world. As the COVID 19 pandemic swept across the world, developed nations acted in solidarity with developing nati
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At a Glance - International development: EU-US Explainer - 29-09-2022

International development has become an important tool in both promoting equity and fostering greater global responsibility in an interconnected world. As the COVID 19 pandemic swept across the world, developed nations acted in solidarity with developing nations by providing medical supplies and financial support to countries hardest hit by the pandemic. In 2021, foreign aid hit an all-time high of US$179 billion in response to the pandemic. With a new humanitarian crisis following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, developing nations most impacted by supply shortages and higher prices for key commodities will require support, and developed nations must have comprehensive instruments to react to global challenges. Source : © European Union, 2022 - EP

At a Glance - Countering food loss and waste: From awareness to tangible change - 29-09-2022

The United Nations General Assembly designated 29 September as the International Day of Awareness of Food Loss and Waste in order to promote global efforts towards meeting the UN sustainable development goals' target 12.3, where the aim is to halve per capit
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At a Glance - Countering food loss and waste: From awareness to tangible change - 29-09-2022

The United Nations General Assembly designated 29 September as the International Day of Awareness of Food Loss and Waste in order to promote global efforts towards meeting the UN sustainable development goals' target 12.3, where the aim is to halve per capita food waste at the retail and consumer level by 2030, and reduce food loss along the food production and supply chains. Source : © European Union, 2022 - EP

Briefing - Updating the European digital identity framework - 29-09-2022

The 2014 Regulation on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market (eIDAS Regulation or eIDAS) was the first digital identity legislation to provide the basis for cross-border electronic identification, auth
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Briefing - Updating the European digital identity framework - 29-09-2022

The 2014 Regulation on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market (eIDAS Regulation or eIDAS) was the first digital identity legislation to provide the basis for cross-border electronic identification, authentication and website certification throughout the EU. Application of eIDAS has been mixed. However, the pandemic increased the need for such solutions to be put in place to access public and private services. On 3 June 2021, the Commission put forward a proposal building on the eIDAS framework, with the aim of giving at least 80 % of citizens the possibility to use a digital identity to access key public services by 2030 and to do so across EU borders. The updated European digital identity framework would also allow citizens to identify and authenticate themselves online (via their European digital identity wallet) without having to resort to commercial providers, a practice that raises trust, security and privacy concerns. In parallel, the Commission adopted a recommendation to design a toolbox supporting the framework so as to avoid fragmentation and barriers due to diverging standards. Within the European Parliament, the file has been assigned to the Committee on Industry, Research and Energy (ITRE). In the draft report, published on 31 May 2022, the rapporteur Romana Jerković (S&D, Croatia) proposed significant changes to the regulation, particularly regarding the European digital identity wallet. The Council has not yet reached a general approach on the file. Second edition. The 'EU Legislation in Progress' briefings are updated at key stages throughout the legislative procedure. Source : © European Union, 2022 - EP

Briefing - Energy saving and demand reduction - 29-09-2022

Since Russia invaded Ukraine, Europe has found itself in an energy crisis. Skyrocketing gas and electricity prices, coupled with energy supply concerns, have obliged the European Union (EU) to take action to mitigate the situation. Reducing energy consumptio
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Briefing - Energy saving and demand reduction - 29-09-2022

Since Russia invaded Ukraine, Europe has found itself in an energy crisis. Skyrocketing gas and electricity prices, coupled with energy supply concerns, have obliged the European Union (EU) to take action to mitigate the situation. Reducing energy consumption is seen as one of the key measures the EU Member States can take to reduce energy bills and tackle supply issues. It can help them reduce their energy import dependency and prepare for a winter of possible gas supply disruptions. It can also help the EU reach its climate goals in line with the European Green Deal. The EU has taken a number of steps both to align its policies with more ambitious climate goals and to boost energy independence. In terms of long-term measures, the Energy Efficiency Directive is currently being revised to increase the EU-wide targets for the reduction of energy consumption by 2030. Similarly, the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive is also under revision to further improve the energy efficiency of buildings. One of the ways to achieve this would be through an enhanced energy performance certification system, boosting renovation rates and popularising solar panels. Further EU measures aimed at saving energy and reducing demand in the short term include: a plan to reduce gas demand so as to ensure sufficient supplies in the winter; a proposed reduction of electricity demand as part of efforts to combat high energy prices; and an EU energy saving plan under REPowerEU, to cut the EU's reliance on Russian fossil fuels. Key actions leading to reduced energy consumption include stepping up building renovation, implementing energy efficiency solutions, accelerating the rollout of renewables and promoting behavioural change by means of information campaigns. Reducing energy demand is part of broader ongoing efforts to address the energy crisis, complementing action aimed at diversifying imports, boosting EU energy production and redesigning the EU energy market. The European Parliament has supported measures to reduce energy demand reduction, improve energy efficiency and increase energy savings in a number of resolutions. Source : © European Union, 2022 - EP

At a Glance - A common charger for electronic devices: Revision of the Radio Equipment Directive - 28-09-2022

During its first plenary session in October, Parliament is expected to vote on the provisional agreement resulting from interinstitutional negotiations on the legislative proposal to amend the 2014 Radio Equipment Directive. The proposal is to introduce commo
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At a Glance - A common charger for electronic devices: Revision of the Radio Equipment Directive - 28-09-2022

During its first plenary session in October, Parliament is expected to vote on the provisional agreement resulting from interinstitutional negotiations on the legislative proposal to amend the 2014 Radio Equipment Directive. The proposal is to introduce common chargers and charging ports – USB Type-C – for mobile phones and other small portable devices sold in the EU. The expectation is that this would benefit consumers and reduce electronic waste. Source : © European Union, 2022 - EP

At a Glance - Statistics on agricultural input and output - 28-09-2022

To finalise the overhaul of the EU agricultural statistics framework, the European Commission has proposed new rules on collecting data on the input and output of agriculture and related activities, including on farms' use of agro chemicals. The European Parl
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At a Glance - Statistics on agricultural input and output - 28-09-2022

To finalise the overhaul of the EU agricultural statistics framework, the European Commission has proposed new rules on collecting data on the input and output of agriculture and related activities, including on farms' use of agro chemicals. The European Parliament is set to vote in plenary on the first-reading agreement during October. Source : © European Union, 2022 - EP

At a Glance - Transposition of management measures for Indian Ocean tuna fisheries - 28-09-2022

During the October I plenary session, Parliament is due to vote on a provisional agreement with the Council on tuna fisheries management measures adopted by the Indian Ocean Tuna Commission (IOTC). As a contracting party to this organisation, the EU must tran
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At a Glance - Transposition of management measures for Indian Ocean tuna fisheries - 28-09-2022

During the October I plenary session, Parliament is due to vote on a provisional agreement with the Council on tuna fisheries management measures adopted by the Indian Ocean Tuna Commission (IOTC). As a contracting party to this organisation, the EU must transpose its measures into EU law so that they apply to all Union vessels. Source : © European Union, 2022 - EP

At a Glance - Customs single window - 28-09-2022

As the EU is the largest trading bloc in the world, millions of customs declarations pass through national authorities each year. To ensure a simplified and digital approach, the European Commission has proposed the establishment of a European customs single
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At a Glance - Customs single window - 28-09-2022

As the EU is the largest trading bloc in the world, millions of customs declarations pass through national authorities each year. To ensure a simplified and digital approach, the European Commission has proposed the establishment of a European customs single window, which would allow traders to fulfil all their documentary requirements at once. Following interinstitutional negotiations, European Parliament and Council negotiators reached a provisional agreement in May 2022, which is expected to be put to the vote during Parliament's October I plenary session. Source : © European Union, 2022 - EP

At a Glance - The Horn of Africa - 28-09-2022

Food insecurity and violent conflict plague the eight Horn of Africa countries (Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, and Uganda). A hub on the Red Sea trade and migration routes, bordering the unstable areas of the Sahel and centra
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At a Glance - The Horn of Africa - 28-09-2022

Food insecurity and violent conflict plague the eight Horn of Africa countries (Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, and Uganda). A hub on the Red Sea trade and migration routes, bordering the unstable areas of the Sahel and central Africa, the region is of strategic interest for the EU. The EU's policy for the Horn of Africa initially focused on development, but is now set to tackle security issues too in the wake of piracy attacks and the rise in instability. Parliament will debate the new strategy in plenary in October. Source : © European Union, 2022 - EP

Briefing - Bulgaria's National Recovery and Resilience Plan: Latest state of play - 28-09-2022

Under the Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF), the unprecedented EU response to the crisis triggered by the coronavirus pandemic, Bulgaria was initially allocated €6 267.3 million in grants. In accordance with Article 11(2) of Regulation (EU) 2021/241 (t
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Briefing - Bulgaria's National Recovery and Resilience Plan: Latest state of play - 28-09-2022

Under the Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF), the unprecedented EU response to the crisis triggered by the coronavirus pandemic, Bulgaria was initially allocated €6 267.3 million in grants. In accordance with Article 11(2) of Regulation (EU) 2021/241 (the RRF Regulation), on 30 June 2022, the European Commission recalculated the maximum grant amounts for all Member States; this resulted in a just over 9 % cut for Bulgaria and a new total of €5 690 million. The country's National Recovery and Resilience Plan (NRRP) has an estimated cost of €6 897.9, higher than the maximum financial contribution under the RRF, which is expected to be supplemented with national (and private) cofinancing. Under the RRF Regulation, Member States can request RRF loans until 31 August 2023, which Bulgaria has not yet done. Bulgaria's NRRP ranks as one of the largest (after Croatia) as a share of grants in relation to gross domestic product (GDP) – originally 10.2 % of its 2019 GDP, the RRF amounting to 5.2 % of EU-27 GDP in 2019. The RRF funding should be committed by the end of 2023, and paid out to Bulgaria by the end of 2026. Bulgaria is among the five Member States that cannot receive the 13 % pre-financing; a prerequisite for requesting it was for the Council implementing decision to be adopted by 31 December 2021. The NRRP aims to address the main challenges and systemic weaknesses of Bulgaria's economy. It builds on the national development programme BULGARIA 2030, which proposes solutions for growth and development in the medium term by setting out strategic objectives, such as accelerated economic development, demographic upswing and reduced inequalities. The NRR aims to extend the scope of reforms and investment while ensuring coherence with measures planned under EU cohesion policy. Bulgaria is one of the main beneficiaries of EU funds (measured as a share of GDP) over the 2021-2027 financing period, and complementarity with RRF resources is particularly relevant in several fields. 58.9 % of funds support climate objectives, making Bulgaria's NRRP one of the greenest, 5.8 % support digital objectives. Both minimum spending targets (green and digital) laid down in the RRF Regulation have thus been exceeded. The European Parliament participates in interinstitutional forums for cooperation and discussion on the implementation of the RRF, and scrutinises the Commission's work. This briefing is one in a series covering all EU Member States. First edition. The 'NGEU delivery' briefings are updated at key stages throughout the lifecycle of the plans. Source : © European Union, 2022 - EP

Marchandises perdues sur le Taporo VII : la longue attente de leurs propriétaires

Les propriétaires des marchandises qui se trouvaient à bord du Taporo 7 entament un long parcours du combattant. Après l’accident survenu en mars dernier, ils veulent se faire rembourser après avoir perdu quasiment tous leurs produits. Mais l’enquêt
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Marchandises perdues sur le Taporo VII : la longue attente de leurs propriétaires

Les propriétaires des marchandises qui se trouvaient à bord du Taporo 7 entament un long parcours du combattant. Après l’accident survenu en mars dernier, ils veulent se faire rembourser après avoir perdu quasiment tous leurs produits. Mais l’enquête qui est confiée à un commissaire par la compagnie d’assurance suit son cours, et paraît surtout interminable pour les victimes.

Voix des Outre-mer 2022 : finale polynésienne en direct !

Créé en 2018, ce concours a pour but de dévoiler les futurs talents des territoire ultra-marins et de les présenter aux différents acteurs culturels. Passez un agréable moment en suivant en direct la grande finale Polynésie, le mardi 27 septembre à 19
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Voix des Outre-mer 2022 : finale polynésienne en direct !

Créé en 2018, ce concours a pour but de dévoiler les futurs talents des territoire ultra-marins et de les présenter aux différents acteurs culturels. Passez un agréable moment en suivant en direct la grande finale Polynésie, le mardi 27 septembre à 19h30 sur Polynésie la 1ère

La FRAAP a déposé plusieurs préavis de grève concernant différents services territoriaux

La FRAAP veut frapper fort ! La Fédération de rassemblement des agents des administrations de Polynésie menace d'une grève qui pourrait notamment toucher le transport aérien ou le service de sécurité de la Présidence du Pays. Une quinzaine de service
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La FRAAP a déposé plusieurs préavis de grève concernant différents services territoriaux

La FRAAP veut frapper fort ! La Fédération de rassemblement des agents des administrations de Polynésie menace d'une grève qui pourrait notamment toucher le transport aérien ou le service de sécurité de la Présidence du Pays. Une quinzaine de services seraient concernés. Les fonctionnaires demandent entre autres le respect du protocole d'accord datant de mai 2017.

Nouveau haut-commissaire : les attentes des syndicats et des entreprises

L'entrée en fonction d'un haut-commissaire est toujours synonyme de rappel des demandes en cours...l'indemnité temporaire de retraite supprimée pour les fonctionnaires d'Etat, la défiscalisation pour les chefs d'entreprise ou encore le remboursement des f
polynésie

Nouveau haut-commissaire : les attentes des syndicats et des entreprises

L'entrée en fonction d'un haut-commissaire est toujours synonyme de rappel des demandes en cours...l'indemnité temporaire de retraite supprimée pour les fonctionnaires d'Etat, la défiscalisation pour les chefs d'entreprise ou encore le remboursement des frais engagés par la CPS pour les victimes du nucléaire pour les syndicats. Autant de dossiers sur lesquels Eric Spitz devra se pencher.

E aro, e aro : l'agriculture

«Earo, e aro» c'est tous les mardis à 17h10 en direct radio et en Facebook live sur Polynésie la 1ère. Mardi 27 septembre, Belinda Tumatariri et ses invités vont s'intéresser au retour de la foire agricole et plus précisément à l'agricultu
polynésie

E aro, e aro : l'agriculture

«Earo, e aro» c'est tous les mardis à 17h10 en direct radio et en Facebook live sur Polynésie la 1ère. Mardi 27 septembre, Belinda Tumatariri et ses invités vont s'intéresser au retour de la foire agricole et plus précisément à l'agriculture.

Ame Huri, ancien journaliste à RFO, est décédé

Ame Huri n'est plus. Il avait 82 ans. Ancien journaliste à RFO, il fut l'un des premiers en langue tahitienne dans les années 70. Il fut même l'un des premiers rédacteurs en chef adjoints polynésiens de l’histoire de la station.
polynésie

Ame Huri, ancien journaliste à RFO, est décédé

Ame Huri n'est plus. Il avait 82 ans. Ancien journaliste à RFO, il fut l'un des premiers en langue tahitienne dans les années 70. Il fut même l'un des premiers rédacteurs en chef adjoints polynésiens de l’histoire de la station.

Briefing - Towards new rules for European elections? - 27-09-2022

In May 2022, the European Parliament adopted a draft legislative act proposing to repeal the 1976 European Electoral Act and replace it with a new Council regulation on the election of the Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) by direct universal suffrage
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Briefing - Towards new rules for European elections? - 27-09-2022

In May 2022, the European Parliament adopted a draft legislative act proposing to repeal the 1976 European Electoral Act and replace it with a new Council regulation on the election of the Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) by direct universal suffrage. The aim is to harmonise a number of rules applicable to European elections, which are currently a combination between the common principles under the European Electoral Act and the different national rules implementing them. Harmonisation would affect several areas, such as the age for voting or standing as a candidate; the electoral calendar for European elections; the principles applicable to the selection of candidates, including from a gender perspective; and the electoral threshold. In addition, the proposal would establish a common electoral system for the election of 28 MEPs in a Union-wide constituency comprising the entire territory of the European Union. The ambition is to further Europeanise the elections to the European Parliament, which are frequently criticised for focusing mainly on domestic political considerations and less so on the EU project. To enter into force, the proposal needs to be adopted by the Council unanimously, after obtaining Parliament’s consent by a majority of its component members. Moreover, all Member States need to approve it as per their constitutional requirements. Second edition. The 'EU Legislation in Progress' briefings are updated at key stages throughout the legislative procedure. Source : © European Union, 2022 - EP

Study - Towards a permanent citizens' participatory mechanism in the EU - 27-09-2022

This study, commissioned by the European Parliament’s Policy Department for Citizens’ Rights and Constitutional Affairs at the request of the AFCO Committee, examines the EU participatory system and its existing participatory channels against mounting cit
Documents - Think Tank - European Parliament

Study - Towards a permanent citizens' participatory mechanism in the EU - 27-09-2022

This study, commissioned by the European Parliament’s Policy Department for Citizens’ Rights and Constitutional Affairs at the request of the AFCO Committee, examines the EU participatory system and its existing participatory channels against mounting citizens’ expectations for greater participation in EU decision-making in the aftermath of the Conference on the Future of Europe. It proposes the creation of a permanent deliberative mechanism entailing the participation of randomly selected citizens tasked to vet proposals originating from either existing participation channels or the EU institutions, in an attempt at making the EU more democratically responsive. Source : © European Union, 2022 - EP

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