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divendres, 16 de setembre de 2016

La UE intenta hoy evitar más divorcios tras el Brexit


LA VANGUARDIA.- El voto a favor del Brexit ha sido el detonante de la cumbre informal que hoy se celebra en Bratislava. Y aunque todo el mundo es consciente de que la salida del Reino Unido cambiará a la UE para siempre, los líderes europeos no se han citado fuera de Bruselas para hablar de divorcio, sino de unión, de cómo reforzar los lazos entre los que se quedan y cómo sacar al proyecto europeo del marasmo en que parece sumida por la sucesión de crisis irresueltas. El Reino Unido no ha sido invitado a esta reflexión.
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THE SLOVAK SPECTATOR.- No se espera que la reunión informal de los líderes de la UE en Bratislava vaya a traer ninguna solución concreta, pero al menos podría poner en marcha los procesos relacionados con el Brexit y dar una pista de lo que la UE debe ser aproximadamente en el futuro.
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THE GUARDIAN.- On Thursday Tusk called on EU leaders to take a “brutally honest” look at the bloc’s problems, declaring: “We must not let this crisis go to waste.”

“We haven’t come to Bratislava to comfort each other or even worse to deny the real challenges we face in this particular moment in the history of our community after the vote in the UK,” said Tusk, who will chair the summit.

“We can’t start our discussion ... with this kind of blissful conviction that nothing is wrong, that everything was and is OK,” he added. “We have to assure ... our citizens that we have learned the lesson from Brexit and we are able to bring back stability and a sense of security and effective protection.”

Tusk hopes to focus on areas that the 27 leaders can agree on: border security, counter-terrorism and moves to “to bring back control of globalisation”. Officials are playing down expectations of results from the meeting at Bratislava castle, in the capital of Slovakia, one of the four Visegrád countries along with Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic.

Officials close to Tusk hope for small but symbolic breakthroughs, most notably an agreement to send an extra 200 border guards and 50 vehicles to the EU’s external frontier in Bulgaria by next month.

Agreeing on stronger border defences is the easy bit. The thorny issue of sharing the cost of protecting refugees is likely to continue to strain unity. The Visegrád group are fiercely opposed to the EU executive’s attempts to fine them for not accepting refugees in their countries. Hungary has flatly refused to take in refugees under an EU quota scheme, while many other countries are falling short.
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Funcionarios de la UE creen que Gran Bretaña renunciará al Brexit si hacen lo suficientemente duras las negociaciones




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