Alberto Alemanno

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Thanks to the bravery of a EU citizen who refused to present his passport, the Court declared illegal de facto permanent border check as contrary to #Schengen Code. Yet French courts have repeatedly declared 🇫🇷 checks in line with EU, quid non.@EmmanuelMacronon?
LANDMARK JUDGMENT by EU Court of Justice Current border controls by 🇦🇹 🇩🇪 🇫🇷 🇸🇪 are ILLEGAL as: - exceed 6-months - may no longer be justified by serious threat to public policy & internal security 🧵 Any @vonderleyennderleyen as guardian of T@EmmanuelMacronueM9dAHijvZ
Oops, Elon Musk probably won’t buy Twitter | Reuters #elonmusk reuters.com/breakingviews/…
‼️ Breaking: Putin makes the EU happen ‼️ twitter.com/AFP/status/151…
THIS is (a long overdue) TANGIBLE SOLIDARITY measure towards #Ukraine! twitter.com/vdombrovskis/s…
1/3 of MEPs who left the last EU Parliament (2014-2019) moved to organizations currently in the EU Transparency Register (i.e. they lobby the EU) Out of those only one (1) notified this move to the EU Parliament - says Vitor Texeira from @TI_EU
This morning I’m testifying to the EU Parliament Anti-Corruption Intergroup upon the invitation of @SabriPignedoli I’m discussing urgent need to set up independent EU Ethics Body preventing conflicts of interest, by inter alia governing revolving doors as proposed @daniel_freund
A self-proclaimed, liberal, tolerant pro-EU Commissioner - @MargSchinas - meets illiberal, intolerant and anti-EU Spanish leaders of far-right #Vox (ahead of Andalusian elections). Bad optic, legitimizing negative political forces from within.
Uhmm. « Germany accelerates » is an oxymoron
The European Court of Justice has started live-streaming its public hearings. What this means and why it's important is analyzed by ALBERTO ALEMANNO @alemannoEU verfassungsblog.de/the-court-of-j…
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🔥 The EU Commission set to trigger the conditionality regulation against#Hungaryy tomorrow. Don’t expect sanctions, but the beginning of yet another long procedure that might lead to little. Isn’t the reason it was established (and illegally suspended) in the first place?twitter.com/eublogo/status…k
Mastodon (moment), the new place to be? #Mastodon
💥Germany’s policy U-turn : ready to send ‘tanks’ to Ukraine after resisting this call for weeks #Ukrainee#Scholzzexpress.co.uk/news/world/160…B
It's finally happening! 📺 The Court of Justice of the European Union will broadcast its hearings & decisions We campaigned for hearings to be public as required by the Treaty 🇪🇺 – and the duty of transparency to the citizens Our full reactionbit.ly/396zDWkSCmzP
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For a few minutes, the EU Court of Justice live streamed one of its public hearings this early morning. It wasn’t deliberate but still magic. All of a sudden, everyone was invited to walk into the Court to witness the lively exchanges between the parties & judges @EUCourtPress
🎙Today the EU Court of Justice goes public by LIVE streaming the delivery of one of its judgments decided by the Grand Chamber on the legality of border controls under EU law. �@Verfassungsblogo@EulawLivev@Groningen_EULawatwitter.com/eucourtpress/s…dY
The closing of the Conference on the Future of Europe - on May 9 - will be sanctioned by a speech of French President @EmmanuelMacron, acting as President of the Council of the EU, and present a vision and timeline for EU institutional reform before #EUCO #CoFoE
"Businessmen became politicians and were acclaimed as statesmen, while statesmen were taken seriously only if they talked the language of successful businessmen." Hannah Arendt, The Origins of Totalitarianism #muskbuystwitter #twittersold
"We can have democracy in this country, or we can have great wealth concentrated in the hands of a few, but we can't have both" -- Louis Brandeis #muskbuystwitter #TwitterTakeover
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"We can have democracy in this country, or we can have great wealth concentrated in the hands of a few, but we can't have both" -- Louis Brandeis #muskbuystwitter #TwitterTakeover
When Zuck embraced the same free-speech-rhetoric it didn’t end well #muskbuystwitter twitter.com/elonmusk/statu…
Elon Musk just bought ⁦@Twitter⁩ for $44 billion giving the world’s richest person command of one of its most influential info hub for millions of users. What impact do you expect? #twexit #twitter washingtonpost.com/technology/202…
1. France wakes up as a more fractured country than it was in 2017 with France’s underlying socio-economic cleavages all hardening under #Macron’s Presidencies: cities vs rural, young vs old, technos vs populists, secular vs religious, affluent vs low income…
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After the collective sigh of relief by the mainstream, let’s reflect on the dark side of Macron’s victory 🧵 D#presidentielles20222#FrenchElection20222
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After resisting public scrutiny by limiting its communication outreach - despite being Treaty-mandated to do so -, the ECJ gets unleashed by promising threads on its foundational judgments Waiting for #memes and @tiktok_us soon @ProfPech @CompetitionProf @GoodLobbyProfs twitter.com/eucourtpress/s…
The hearings of EU Court of Justice will finally be truly public – through temporarily available recording - but this new publicity policy will only affect 7% of cases thegoodlobby.eu/2022/04/25/the… @EUCourtPress @Verfassungsblog @GoodLobbyProfs @ProfPech @ProfKochenov @reconnectEU
8. We can reasonably expect the new French government being led by a more leftist political figure than in the past and certainly rely on wider (center-left) political spectrum within and beyond Macronie #FrenchElections2022 #Elections2022
3.The split between the haves and have-notes was aggravated: under #Macron, the purchasing power of the poorest 5% has fallen and the richest have become wealthier due inter alia to favorable tax policies
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7. As #Macron will soon need a parliamentary majority to govern, he should no longer present himself as TINA (There Is No Alternative) - which suggests some suspicion of pluralism-, but reach out by addressing a broader, more cohesive constituency of voters and non-voters
5. It remains shocking that Le Pen voters remained seemingly undeterred by her links to Russia’s Vladimir Putin, who is waging war within Europe. Let’s ponder on this more.
4.No surprise (or thank God) the people who abstained (13.6 million) are MORE than those who voted for Le Pen’s National Rally (13.3 million). Neither group sees the incumbent as their President today. #Presidentielle2022
3.The split between the haves and have-notes was aggravated: under #Macron, the purchasing power of the poorest 5% has fallen and the richest have become wealthier due inter alia to favorable tax policies
2.The night of #Macron’s election in May 2017, he promised to addressed the legitimate concerns of voters supporting extreme parties. Yet he has done the opposite. #presidentielles2022
1. France wakes up as a more fractured country than it was in 2017 with France’s underlying socio-economic cleavages all hardening under #Macron’s Presidencies: cities vs rural, young vs old, technos vs populists, secular vs religious, affluent vs low income…
After the collective sigh of relief by the mainstream, let’s reflect on the dark side of Macron’s victory 🧵 D#presidentielles20222#FrenchElection20222
What role - if any - the EU played in the French Presidential elections? Here’s a 🧵 on why it’s the EU that made Macron win (again) and what it means#presidentielles20222#FranceElections20222W
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6.France - like the EU - emerges as a deeply politically divided country reflecting socio-economic divides and political preferences. The forthcoming French Political elections will inevitably reflect that and won’t give a political majority to Macron’s delocalised party
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7.Macron’s legacy will now depend on whether he will be able to unite beyond the usual suspects, to bring the country together #presidentielles2022 #france #Electionsfrancaises
6.France - like the EU - emerges as a deeply politically divided country reflecting socio-economic divides and political preferences. The forthcoming French Political elections will inevitably reflect that and won’t give a political majority to Macron’s delocalised party
5. Le Pen is isolated in EU politics with the sole Viktor Orban supporting her publicly within EUCO and the outgoing Slovenian Jansa being voted out
4.EU political leaders took an unprecedented public stand by siding with #Macron (mainstream parties such as S&D, Greens) or Le Pen (populists such as Salvini, Five Stars), thus getting enmeshed into domestic politics (never to such an extent) #france
3.EU political leaders put on hold major decisions - such as an oil embargo against Russia - not to cause price increase which might have endangered Macron’s domestic appeal (btw this might have costed lives in Ukraine) #Presidentielles
2. Yet unlike in 2018 the EU wasn’t a self-standing, and prominent subject but organically embedded into every single electoral conversation. The EU was - once more - the elephant in the room #presidentielles2022
1. As predicted, the French Presidential elections revealed as one of the most ‘European political moments’ ever witnessed by the continent, as it ultimately boiled down into a referendum on the EU in the aftermath of Covid-19 +Russian invasion #presidentielles2022
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