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Opinion: Global insecurity


Alors que le ministre Gérald Darmanin réclame de flouter les visages des officiers de police sur les photos et vidéos, Volt France ne peut tout simplement pas soutenir la «loi de sécurité globale». Lire plus...

Analysis: The reintroduction of neonicotinoids


On 6 October, the French National Assembly voted to pass a law to reintroduce neonicotinoids on the grounds that there was no alternative to protect the French sugar industry from an outbreak of M.Persicae insects threatening the beet crop. Our analysis…

Opinion: Relance France - Retour aux affaires


Tax cuts for innovation? Money for planes and cars for ecology? Skills that create jobs? Volt France's thoughts on the recovery plan.

Opinion: Recovery Plan adopted by the European Council


After a few days of negotiations, the heads of state and government of the European Union have adopted a 750 billion euro recovery plan to tackle the Covid 19 crisis, including 390 billion euros in grants and 360 billion euros in joint borrowing. Read more…

Activites: Volt cooperates with "Voters without Borders"


"Voters without Borders" is an initiative launched by a group of students for universal suffrage, i.e. universal suffrage for EU citizens in their country of residence in Europe. Read more…

Elections: Volt participates in the Municipals!


After the election of the new French board in September and the new European office a few weeks ago, local teams across Europe are preparing for the municipal and regional elections. In France too, where the French Volt team wants to run in Paris, Lille and Le Chesnay in the 2020 municipal elections. Read more…

Elections: Volt enters the European Parliament


Volt officially enters the European Parliament with 248,824 votes (0.7%) in Germany! A big congratulations to Volt Deutschland and all the national teams who participated in the #EuropeanElection and to every single Volter voting across the EU who made this possible. This historic moment is only the beginning of Volt Europa. Read more…

Opinion: It's your Europe, time to take a stand


A year ago, we would not have even dreamed of this. We were workers, students, pensioners and family members, but hardly any of us were politicians. And yet here we are: taking part in the European elections to defend principles we took for granted, and being ready to build a Europe that works for all of us. Read more…