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"Mr President, today, the President of the European Parliament, Martin Schulz, mentioned the quiet revolution that started 60 years ago, as well as a Europe without walls and wars. If there is one invention which has contributed more to enabling peoples to understand each other, values to be understood and shared, differences between peoples to be absorbed, and us to understand each other and get to know each other better, it is the Internet. We are going to vote shortly in Parliament on ACTA. I call on my fellow Members from the Group of the European People’s Party (Christian Democrats) and, in particular, Romanian MEPs from the Liberal Democratic Party, to state publicly whether they are going to vote for ACTA or against this agreement, because it is the European Union’s very existence at stake, and the values which we believe in and support."@en1
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