Inclusion of Roma in the EU, ‘a priority’ for the new European Commission

Among the new Commissioners, Helena Dalli from Malta has been charged with a challenging portfolio called Equality. In the hearing last week in the European Parliament she was quizzed on her vision of Equality and her role as Commissioner.

Dalli, 57, has a PhD in Political Sociology and brings extensive experience from her home country, where she has been a member of the Parliament of Malta since 1996.

She has been Parliamentary Secretary for Women’s Rights in the Office of the Prime Minister.

She has served as Minister for Social Dialogue, Consumer Affairs and Civil Liberties, and also as Minister for European Affairs and Equality.

Bloomberg has seen an internal letter from EU ministers: Macedonia will get a date

The EU is likely to approve the start of formal accession negotiations with Albania and Northern Macedonia next month, believing it will stabilize the troubled part of the Balkans, Bloomberg reported today.

"Bearing in mind the progress made in the reforms," ​​the EU ministers' meeting in Luxembourg on 15 October will be resolved to start accession negotiations with the governments in Tirana and Skopje, "reads an internal draft report that was split between them on Friday. the ministers, and so did Bloomberg.

Although this formulation may change, Bloomberg reports, the last such report did not contain a recommendation for start of negotiations.
A similar push to open accession negotiations occurred in June, when countries such as France, the Netherlands, Germany and Denmark opposed launching accession negotiations.

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The government organizes, Samka "conducts" and the Government does not attend any Roma-related event

In the Club of MPs was organized 8th working meeting for social inclusion of Roma in Macedonia. Although the Agenda also included representatives of the Government, the Prime Minister, etc., as well as foreign embassies, NGO representatives, etc.

The event is organized by the government and there are no government officials.
Does this indicate the capacity of the Cabinet of Ministers without Portfolio and Minister Muzaffer Bajram, or more specifically the influence of the Roma representative in government Samka Ibraimovski on his coalition partner?

In the meantime, gentlemen from the EU, Nicolas Bertolini and Martha Garcia Hidalgo, also spoke.
Mr Bertolini has seen how "Roma" heading the "leader" Samba from his own state are, and we will ask that they be appreciated in the EU as well.

One thing is clear that this event reflected Samka's true image and political power in her home state and her place on the state agenda.
There is no integration, no social inclusion of the Roma, but there will be no integration into the European Union with such "Roma leaders"

In all this situation besides the Roma, collateral damage turns out to be Minister Muzaffer Bislim - neither guilty nor obliged. That's his credentials!

Roma integration in Bulgaria

For the 2014-2020 period, Bulgaria will be allocated a total of €7.2 billion in EU funds (current prices), out of which €5.1 billion will come from the European Social Fund (ESF) and the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

At least 28.7% of this amount will be spent on the ESF, with at least 20% of that going towards promoting social inclusion and combating poverty. The latter amount could also benefit Roma-related measures.

The involvement of Bulgaria’s municipalities and all stakeholders at the local level is seen as crucial in promoting Roma integration. 

The strategy’s main objectives are reducing school dropouts among Roma children, addressing the lack of health insurance coverage, and building new social housing in 4 pilot municipalities.


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