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MAYORS STATEMENT AFTER THE BARCELONA MEETING OF TTIP FREE LOCAL AUTHORITIES

April 21st of 2016: In Barcelona about 40 mayors and councillors from European local authorities gathered to raise the voices of local governments regarding TTIP, CETA and TiSA. This day was concluded by the adoption of the Barcelona Declaration on TTIP and CETA-free zones.

CATALONIA BECAME A TTIP & CETA-FREE ZONE

THE PARLIAMENT APPROVES A RESOLUTION TO OPPOSE THE FREE TRADE TREATIES: TTIP, CETA AND TISA

Campaign Catalonia No al TTIP, Barcelona September 22, 2016

The Parliament of Catalonia, in his Commission of Growth and Company realised today Thursday 22 of September, has approved a Resolution in what expresses his “opposition to the signature of the treaties in course of negotiation or approval -TTIP, CETA, TISA-” for part of the European Commission.

ALREADY 58 CITIES SIGNED THE BARCELONA DECLARATION

 

On April 21st of 2016, mayors from all over Europe gathered in Barcelona for the first Pan European meeting of local authorities against the new generation free trade agreements: TTIP, CETA and TiSA. This meeting concluded by the adoption of a common declaration, the so called: Barcelona Decalaration.

BARCELONA: THE PAN EUROPEAN MEETING OF TTIP, CETA & TiSA-FREE ZONES IS THE FIRST STEP TOWARDS A BIG MUNICIPAL MOVEMENT

More than 40 mayors and local authorities replied to the call from the spanish NoalTTIP campaign, the european campaigns and the City Council  of Barcelona. Adding to this, over 200 representatives of social movements, environmental organizations, trade unions, taxi associations, farmers organizations as well as political parties and representatives of the european parliament joined the two-day long encounter. It is the first meeting that gathers a diversity of groups with one unique concern: the defense of local democracy before global corporate profits.
 

BARCELONA: CONNECTING THE EU-WIDE TTIP & CETA-FREE ZONES

On April 21st and 22nd, the Barcelona city council is going to hold the first pan-European meeting of local authorities against the new generation of free trade agreements.

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