13 decembrie 2013

Predoiu a fost chemat "la reciclare"



AGERPRES:

(Monte Carlo, 13 decembrie) Cătălin Predoiu - Comunicat de presă

Cătălin Predoiu, prim-vicepreşedintele PDL şi fost ministru al Justiţiei, este prezent zilele acestea la Monte Carlo, unde va lua parte la World Policy Conference, care se desfăşoară între 13 -15 decembrie. Printre participanţii la eveniment se numără Herman Van Rompuy, preşedintele permanent al Consiliului European, Ali Babacan, vice-premierul Turciei şi David Mayer de Rothschild.

Fondatorul şi preşedintele World Policy Conference este Thierry de Montbrial, unul dintre cei mai importanţi lideri europeni ai grupului Bilderberg şi totodată preşedintele Institutului Francez de Relaţii Internaţionale. Acesta a fost prezent şi la Bucureşti în luna octombrie a acestui an, când a avut o serie de întrevederi cu prim-vicepreşedintele PDL, Cătălin Predoiu, cu Guvernatorul BNR, Mugur Isărescu, prim-ministrul Victor Ponta, precum şi cu alte personalităţi din domeniul politic, economic şi cultural.

'Participarea la acest forum este pentru mine o bună ocazie să promovez România şi interesele sale. Voi avea întâlniri bilaterale cu mai mulţi lideri politici şi ai unor corporaţii internaţionale, prezenţi la reuniune. Sunt convins că forumul va fi un eveniment de succes şi cred că este important ca liderii politici români să-şi asume şi o agendă internaţională, pe lângă cea locală', a declarat Cătălin Predoiu.

Evenimentul reuneşte importanţi decidenţi mondiali, lideri de opinie de statură internaţională, conducătorii celor mai importante multinaţionale şi organizaţii neguvernamentale pentru a dezbate probleme legate de guvernanţa globală.

Anca Andrei

PR & Communication Assistant

Catalin Predoiu, Prim-vicepresedinte PDL 

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Conference themes

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Session 7. Destruction or metamorphosis of the legal order?
Globalisation has created such a high degree of interdependence that it seems to be affecting both the legitimacy and the efficiency of legal systems. Legitimacy is built upon the universalism of values, which is an integral part of instruments to protect human rights and combat crimes that threaten humanity (war crimes, crimes against humanity, genocide) and underlies the emergence of “global public goods”. As for the efficiency of legal systems, it is being undermined by the globalisation of flows (economic and financial flows, digital information flows), hazards (notably health and environmental hazards) and crime (terrorism, corruption and various types of trafficking, including human and organ trafficking).
In practice, interactions between legal systems are increasing. such interactions may be horizontal (distribution of standards, dialogue between judges) or vertical (internationalisation of standards, creation of supranational courts); they overturn traditional perspectives, which associate national legal systems with the state and the international legal system with an inter-state structure. Of course, the state is still a fundamental component of the legal system, but it seems to be subject to competition from non-state bodies such as international organisations, multinational companies, non-governmental organisations and, occasionally, scientific experts.
The effects of globalisation would be destructive if they were to:
• dilute responsibilities by increasing the number of judicial and quasi-judicial players and bodies with competing remits;
• challenge the principle of territoriality, bearing in mind that borders are sometimes transgressed by the extension of national jurisdiction (extraterritoriality), sometimes integrated into a complex system combining national and international jurisdictions (multi-territoriality) and sometimes neutralised by the dematerialisation of information;
• weaken the principle of sovereignty, the independence of which is under threat.
Unless globalisation is regarded as the start of a three-dimensional metamorphosis:
• from responsibility to “co-responsibility”, which would create a link between the exercise of global power by either state or non-state parties and the obligation to assume responsibility for the effects of this power;
• from territoriality to an area that is geographically diverse but governed by the same standards, which would call for coordination and, in some cases, a harmonisation of the rules of jurisdiction;
• from absolute sovereignty to “shared” sovereignty; perhaps a better term would be “inclusive” sovereignty, as it implies the inclusion of new powers rather than the exclusion of traditional powers, thus encompassing the solidarity generated by growing interdependence. In this case, the word “metamorphosis” reflects an evolutionary vision of the legal system and the hope that change will lead us from chaos to peace.


Session 8. Reports from parallel workshops

Session 9. Towards a european banking Union
The banking union project is a direct result of the eurozone crisis, which began in 2010 in the aftermath of the 2007-2008 financial crash in the United states. Many believe that the banking union is vital to the long-term future of the euro, but the project could be compromised by the reticence of some of the stakeholders. This subject will be addressed in depth during the finance workshop. However, it is also a very political subject, since it concerns the viability of the European Union itself. Therefore, it will also be discussed at a plenary session.

http://www.worldpolicyconference.com/wpcmeeting.php?lien=theme&&edition=2013&&lang=en


Citate din gândirea profundă a europeiştilor RO

Ovidiu Nahoi, 2016 (printre iniţiatorii unui apel, "Să ne salvăm Europa!"): "Trebuie să depăşim cadrul strict naţional şi să construim un soclu politic cu adevărat european care să poată înfrunta provocările mondializării, ale modernităţii şi o democraţie renovată printre altele şi prin alegerea directă a conducătorilor Uniunii. Europa este ţara noastră, nu poate exista viitor fără o uniune politică şi fără construcţia unui nucleu dur în jurul unui Stat Unic European. Suntem gata."

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