Articles with tag : brexit

Editorial of the Secretary General: Summer Deals and Summer Days

Now that the top EU posts seem to have been attributed, time to take stock of this week's ‘Summer deals’: Firstly, it becomes apparent that it will be increasingly difficult to steer the European Union. Having seen the Summit camping close to our... Read more

Biweekly roundup of the CESI Secretary General

On April 24, a CESI/CGFP delegation led by CESI and CGFP President Romain Wolff met with Jean Asselborn, Luxemburg’s Minister for Foreign and European Affairs, to discuss current challenges of the EU and the upcoming European elections. Asselborn, already... Read more

Xavier Bettel, Prime Minister of Luxembourg, invited the European Confederation of Independent Trade Unions (CESI) to discuss the situation of public sector workers, European elections and Brexit negotiations.

On Monday 11th of February, a joint delegation of the European Confederation of Independent Trade Unions (CESI) and its affiliate Luxemburg Confederation of Public Service (CGFP) have been invited by Xavier Bettel, Prime Minister of Luxembourg to discuss... Read more

European Summit: A human dimension for Brexit, migration, internal security and external relations

The European Council which took place on the October 17-18 in Brussels focussed on Brexit, migration, internal security and external relations. According to CESI President Romain Wolff and Secretary General Klaus Heeger, all discussions need to feature... Read more

Consequences to be drawn from the British Brexit vote to prevent repeating the mistakes of the past – Commentary by Rainer Dumont du Voitel, former CESI Vice-President

10 Oct 2016, keywords :
Mr Cameron’s referendum aimed to momentarily serve the cohesion of his own party but has done a disservice to both his country and the EU. The implementation of the British exit will require a great deal of effort and energy. It will have to be planned... Read more