The Podcast starts out in German, the English version follows after the chapter mark at minute 19. In this episode, I talk about my first experiences within the Greens/EFA group in the European Parliament, my election as Vice-President of the Greens/EFA group and the current institutional battle over the election of the President of the […]more
Today, I was elected to the bureau of the Greens/EFA group in the European Parliament. As vice-chair, I will support the integration of independent MEPs from new parties in the group work.
The strengthening of nationalistic and anti-European parties makes it more important than ever that the progressive forces in the European Parliament collaborate closely […]more
After receiving a lot of helpful feedback from the international Pirate community, I have today decided to form a group with Greens/EFA in the European Parliament. I am happy to be continuing the successful work of our Swedish Pirate MEPs Amelia Andersdotter and Christian Engström in the Greens/EFA group. The Pirates’ work in the group […]more
Today I am starting my podcast Reda’s Digest! Episode 0 deals with the ongoing negotiations on my group membership. Have fun listening!more
In episode 0 of Reda’s Digest, I introduce myself as elected representative of the Pirate Party in the European Parliament and give an update on the ongoing negotiations over my group membership in the European Parliament.
Reda’s Digest is a bilingual podcast. It starts out with the German version, the English version starts at the […]more
Peter @brokep Sunde, co-founder of the filesharing site The Pirate Bay and European Pirate Party candidate for the EU Commission Presidency, was arrested in Sweden on Saturday evening. Interpol has been searching for Sunde for “assisting in making copyright content available”.
Our Commission Presidency candidate Peter Sunde has my full support. By founding the Pirate […]more
Thanks for your votes!
Thank you to all Pirates who have participated in this European election campaign and congratulations to all the Pirate Parties who have achieved amazing results (e.g. 4.8 percent in Czech Republic, 4.2 percent in Luxembourg), who have only failed to gain a seat because they come from small […]more