Following the parliamentary elections on 5 October, the Bulgarian Parliament will today vote on the formulation of the new EPP-led minority coalition government, featuring GERB, Reformist Bloc and the Alternative for Bulgarian Revival. ALDE Party member party in Bulgaria, which won 38 seats at the election, the Movement for Rights and Freedom (MRF) will vote against and will sit in opposition.
On November 8 in Hong Kong was held the 193 Executive Committee of the Liberal international. There Ilhan Kyuchyuk was elected as member of the Human rights committee.
The committee constitutes of 13 members from different states, Ilhan Kyuchyuk is the youngest Bulgarian representative there.
Throughout the visit, the young people had the opportunity to take a closer view of the work of the institution, to visit a lecture on the history and functioning of the European Union, as well as to meet the Bulgarian Members of the European Parliament from the Movement for Rights and Freedoms.
The Member of the European Parliament Ilhan Kyuchyuk will take part in the jury which will determine the winners in the regional competition “Euroscola” for high schools in the Kurdzhali district. The teams who are ranked in the first places will receive dates for their schools to participate in the “Euroscola” Program in Strasbourg (France) within the first six months of 2015.
Is the Commission aware of current cases of limitations in access to services for Bulgarian workers established in another Member States, and which instruments are currently in place to monitor and address these cases?
The Member of the European Parliament Ilhan Kyuchyuk and other Members of the ALDE group in the European Parliament addressed a question about the effective application of freedom of movement and unjustified barriers in access to the labour market in the EU to the European Commission.
The application of the Agreement will have an immediate economic and social effect on Moldova and its citizens. The communication with the rest of the countries will contribute to the introduction of a new model of realisation, of young people including.