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State of the Union: Did von der Leyen deliver on last year's promises?

Sep 14, 2021 View Original Article
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    -4% Center

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    60% Very Conservative

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

57% : The comprehensive text sets out, among other things, external border management, streamlined asylum procedures, solidary mechanisms for search and rescue, crisis preparedness and partnerships with key non-EU countries of origin and transit.
51% : Following the presentation of the Green Deal, which is a compilation of intentions and priorities rather than concrete, detailed actions, it became evident that the bloc needed to review and update its 2030 climate goal in order to meet the 2050 long-term objective.
49% : To put an end to this trend, von der Leyen proposed a new Pact on Migration and Asylum designed to constitute "a proper single cohesive migration policy".
45% : It was Ursula von der Leyen the one who unveiled the European Green Deal to achieve climate neutrality by 2050, calling it the EU's "man on the moon" moment.
43% : Rule of law inside the European Union was already under threat before Ursula von der Leyen became European Commission President.
36% : The European Union managed to overcome the negative headlines and its vaccination rate is now ahead of the United States.

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