European Parliament

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European Parliament

the permanent legislative assembly of Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) directly elected by the electors of the member countries of the EUROPEAN UNION.
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Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F), a United States-based automaker, is not planning to close any of its European assembly plants.
In the intervening period, the European Assembly will monitor Palestinian moves in several areas, including "refraining from violence, rejecting terrorism [and[ recognizing the right of Israel to exist," the statement said.
During their visit, the Moroccan MPs will meet with different parliamentary groups represented at the European Assembly as well as officials from the Council of Europe.
More than 500 permanent jobs will be based at Hitachi's new European assembly and manufacturing plant just a few miles from Darlington, with around 9,000 more created in the supply chain around the North-east.
The closure of the Antwerp operation will be the first major European assembly plant to close since Peugeot in Ryton, Britain, and Opel Azambuja in Portugal, both announced in 2006.
Far-right groups in half a dozen countries registered gains in four days of polling for the 736-seat European assembly.
Most of the work and lobbying is done well before the European Assembly meet, which mainly ratifies or rejects the well thought through decisions.
The newspaper supplement was distributed to delegates hours before Chicago, Madrid, Tokyo and Rio de Janeiro were to make 20-minute presentations to the European assembly, the largest regional body in the Olympic movement.
When it was created in 1958 as the European Assembly, it had 142 members and limited consultation powers.
It is a directive from the accursed, an unelected European Assembly.
Built in Graz at Jeep's European assembly plant in Austria, the Commander will go on sale in April.

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