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El nuevo y controvertido Pacto de Migración y Asilo entrará en vigor en 2026; 15 países de la UE exigen normas aún más estrictas  

El 14 de mayo, los Estados miembros de la UE superaron el último obstáculo para alcanzar un polémico pacto migratorio y de asilo más estricto, tras casi una década de disputas. La reforma entrará en vigor en 2026. Sin embargo, 15 países de la UE ya expresaron el miércoles en una carta dirijida a la Comisión Europea su deseo de controlar aún más la inmigración ilegal.

Controversial new Migration and Asylum Pact to come into force in 2026, 15 EU countries demand even stricter rules  

On May 14, EU member states took the last hurdle to a stricter, controversial migration and asylum pact after nearly a decade of wrangling. The overhaul comes into force from 2026. However, 15 EU countries already expressed a desire to clamp down on illegal migration even further in a letter to the European Commission on Wednesday.

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EU and NATO officials criticise Georgia’s ‘foreign agents’ law

Georgia’s parliament has adopted its controversial “foreign agents” law, despite intense protests in the country. EU and NATO officials, including two European Commissioners, also heavily criticised the law.

European Union loosens farm subsidy rules after months of protests

Farmers have been protesting the EU’s red tape across Europe. On Monday, member states agreed to relax environmental rules for farmers applying for subsidies through the bloc’s Common Agricultural Policy.

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EU and NATO officials criticise Georgia’s ‘foreign agents’ law

Georgia’s parliament has adopted its controversial “foreign agents” law, despite intense protests in the country. EU and NATO officials, including two European Commissioners, also heavily criticised the law.

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