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Again, euinside became the national winner for the European Parliament`s journalism prize

Adelina Marini, 8 May 2011

For the third time euinside is a national winner in the category “Internet” in the competition for the European Parliament Prize for Journalism. A jury of three Bulgarian journalists has nominated the article of Ralitsa Kovacheva "Germany for all, all against Germany”. The article is now going to contest at the next, pan-European level of the competition. The selection results will be announced in September 2011 by a commitee in Brussels, comprised of six journalists and three Members of the European Parliament. Last year euinside's Adelina Marini became a national winner with the article “The EU and its neighbours or how to protect your home”.

euinside's team considers the nomination as an appreciation of our daily efforts to cover, comment and promote the most important European issues in Bulgaria and at large. The article "Germany for all, all against Germany" addresses the issue of the economic crisis as part of a deeper crisis of European values. “This situation is fundamentally at odds with the concept of the Union. Going back to the reasons for its creation, we see that they are fully subordinated to the idea of mutual cooperation among economically and politically similar countries, in order for everyone to contribute with its value for the common good. Countries, expressing solidarity in the true sense of the word - share common values and aspirations and are committed to work together to achieve them.”

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