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27 October 2020 Miriam Lexmann MEP initiated a letter signed by 62 MEPs calling on the European Commission to stop all EU financial assistance to the Lukashenka regime, and instead stand with the people of Belarus.

20 October 2020 Miriam Lexmann MEP spoke during the October II (remotely) about the current situation in Belarus, calling on the EU to expand the current sanctions list agains those responsible repressions in Belarus, and ensure that the EU gives no financial assistance to the regime.

20 October 2020 The co-chairs and members of the informal Hong Kong Watch Group in the European Parliament have called on European leaders to convene EU-US Dialogue on China.

19 October 2020 Miriam Lexmann MEP participated in the EPP Study Days.

19 October 2020 Miriam Lexmann MEP met with representatives of the European Endowment for Democracy to speak about current challenges to democracy support and the situation in Belarus.

16 October 2020 Miriam Lexmann MEP submitted amendments to report on the implementation of the EU Association Agreement with Ukraine (Rapporteur: Michael Gahler).

16 October 2020 Miriam Lexmann MEP submitted amendments to report on Human rights and democracy in the world and the European Union’s policy on the matter – annual report 2019 (Rapporteur: Isabel Santos).

16 October 2020 Miriam Lexmann MEP submitted amendments to report on the implementation of the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP) – annual report (Rapporteur: David McAllister).

15 October 2020 Miriam Lexmann MEP, initiated a letter signed by 47 members of the European Parliament calling on the European Commission to renew as soon as possible the post of EU Special Envoy for the Promotion of Freedom of Religion or Belief.

14 October 2020 Miriam Lexmann MEP, together with 39 MEPs, co-signed a letter over to the European Commission about China’s 5G vendors’ security threat and unfair competition.

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“We, below undersigned Members of the European Parliament, express our solidarity with the Belarusian people and their persistent efforts to claim their fundamental citizens’ right to free and fair election. 

We have been closely following developments related to the preparation and organization of the Presidential election in Belarus, including communication with Belarusian civic and political activists and members of the diaspora in our respective countries. Due to the Belarusian regime’s imposed restrictions and violations of fundamental freedoms, human rights and fraudulent election procedures, we do not recognize the Presidential election held on 9 August in Belarus neither as free and fair, nor as legitimate. 

The Belarusian regime has crossed a red line by employing unprecedented violence and restrictive measures against Belarusian citizens demanding freedom and democratic changes. We condemn the crackdown and brutal arrests of thousands of Belarusian people, among which are activists, human rights defenders, political opponents and their team members, independent media representatives and bloggers, during the course of the Presidential election campaign as limiting their right to peaceful assembly and association. The level of violence against protesters in the night after the announcement of the alleged election results was of previously unseen scale and cannot be justified and repeated. 

We acknowledge the dedication of the Belarusian civil society, which proved its level of maturity and organization by providing invaluable independent election observation data. We deplore restrictions employed by Belarusian authorities against independent election observers and are deeply distressed about differences in the exit polls submitted by the Belarusian state and the independent observers. 

We call upon all Belarusian authorities to cease repressions, to immediately and unconditionally release all detainees and political prisoners and to restore the Internet access alongside with other communication means for Belarusian citizens. We urge the Belarusian regime to enter into a dialogue with opposition parties and civic activists to achieve consensus on the 9 August voting results by publishing the real results as established in each and every polling station.

The actions of the Belarusian regime are criminal. They are against the European values and principles of democracy. More importantly, they are against the will of the Belarusian people. 

We call upon the EU leadership to assess and accordingly review the European Union’s relations with Belarus. In the meantime, negotiations on EU-Belarus Partnership Priorities have to be suspended. The EU financial support can by no means benefit the Belarusian regime. It has to be channelled via trustworthy partners, including Belarusian civil society, to provide assistance and tangible results for the Belarusian people. Such support should be increased according to the needs. Among its priorities – enabling the civil society organizations and actors to provide assistance and relief to the victims of repressions and violence. We entrust the European Commission to engage into a closer cooperation with Belarusian civil society under the Eastern Partnership initiative. 

We urge the EU leadership to apply targeted sanctions against all perpetrators of the rigged elections, violence and repressions. These sanctions should include not only the highest officials of Belarus and their family members, but also the middle level officials of the repressive structures and the Central Election Commission. The list of imposed restrictions should include a travel ban to the EU and a freeze of their assets in the EU, and should be applied until legitimate, free and fair elections take place in Belarus. 

The EU must ensure a principled and value-based approach towards Belarus and put the people’s desire for freedom and democratic changes at the centre of our policies.” 

Petras Auštrevičius, Renew Europe, Lithuania

Robert Biedroń, S&D, Poland 

Viola von Cramon-Taubadel, Greens/EFA, Germany 

Anna Fotyga, ECR, Poland

Tomasz Frankowski, EPP, Poland

Miriam Lexmann, EPP, Slovakia

Karin Karlsbro, Renew Europe, Sweden

Luděk Niedermayer, EPP, Czechia

Arba Kokalari, EPP, Sweden 

Sandra Kalniete, EPP, Latvia

Hilde Vautmans, Renew Europe, Belgium 

Bart Groothuis, Renew Europe, Netherlands

Michael Gahler, EPP, Germany

Andrius Kubilius, EPP, Lithuania 

Sergey Lagodinsky, Greens/EFA, Germany

Norbert Neuser, S&D, Germany

Janina Ochojska, EPP, Poland  

Radosław Sikorski, EPP, Poland  

Leszek Miller, S&D, Poland 

Lefteris Christoforou, EPP, Cyprus

Malik Azmani, Renew Europe, Netherlands

Photo: osce.org

Fenomén umelej inteligencie je tak blízko masívnemu bežnému používaniu, že už dnes musíme dbať na jeho dôsledky pre človeka, ktoré môžu byť nevídane prospešné, ale aj veľmi nebezpečné. Je to existenčná výzva, ktorá zásadne zmení spôsob života. Zdôraznila to europoslankyňa Miriam Lexmann (EĽS/KDH), ktorá k téme etickej umelej inteligencie otvára spoločenskú diskusiu a zorganizuje medzinárodnú konferenciu najvyššej úrovne.

Vyhlásenie Miriam Lexmann k fondu obnovy EÚ

Na prekonanie bezprecedentnej pandemickej a z toho prameniacej ekonomickej krízy, ktoré nás zasiahli, je spoločné európske riešenie najlepšou cestou. Preto je aktuálna dohoda európskych lídrov na ekonomickej obnove a novom európskom rozpočte dobrou správou.

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