According to a Magid Magid is among coolest MEPs.
He’s outspoken and unapologetic, however, he is not everybody’s cup of tea.
The Somali-British Green beating political events in Brussels.
He resides in a place most MEPs never put foot and never meant to be a politician, but he observed issues with all the politics in the UK.
“. . .when it arrived into the European elections which we weren’t supposed to need to start with, it had been just like, you know everything, I refuse to think that the future writers of the nation belong to the people such as Boris Johnson or even Nigel Farage, and that I believed that we, as people, there have been a whole lot more people that might be really better than Farage and really attempt to put a greater vision of hope for your nation,” Magid clarified.
If it comes to the problems he intends to handle, Magid includes a couple of priorities.
“Immigration, and likely let us be completely fair, larger than Brexit, is the climate catastrophe. I believe for me, It’d be amazing and I’d adore the European Union to drive every member country to make it a priority in regards to their budgeting of handling the climate catastrophe,” he explained.
Magid knows he is not like most politicians, but wishes to signify exactly what his community is actually like.
“It isn’t that I enjoy being different, I’m different. .everyone differs in their faith. And individuals need to see themselves, politicians, in their leaders. Well, have a look at my role once I was mayor of Sheffield, I had been the same, I haven’t altered, the environment has shifted,” Magid said.
Ditching the suits to get announcement t-shirts, caps and Doc Martens, he is far from conventional.
And other news in short…
Now, since the end of their respective terms is coming, both are confronting distinct retirement prospects.
In 62, Tusk might remain in European politics after all.
Tusk allegedly has the backing of several Christian Democratic leaders such as Daul.
Tusk will determine in November.
His farewell speech before the European Parliament this Tuesday will probably be his final high-profile address.