Work in progress

Work in progress

 

The Work in Progress shows the legislative procedures currently in progress in each committee. Each entry indicates the type and stage of the procedure, the name of the rapporteur, and whether the committee has been called upon as the responsible committee or just to give its opinion. Entries also contain a link to the Legislative Observatory, which shows the entire detail of the procedure, including any relevant documents. Once a procedure has finished at the committee stage it will be voted on in the Plenary session and will then be deemed to be completed.

 
 

Documents :

Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) laying down information and publicity measures for the public and information measures for beneficiaries pursuant to Regulation (EU) No 514/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council laying down general provisions on the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund and on the instrument for financial support for police cooperation, preventing and combating crime, and crisis management

Reference :

2014/2794(DEA) Delegated acts procedures
LIBE

Committee responsible

Documents :

Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) No …/.. supplementing Regulation (EU) No 514/2014 with regard to the designation and management and control responsibilities of Responsible Authorities and with regard to status and obligations of Audit Authorities

Reference :

2014/2782(DEA) Delegated acts procedures
LIBE

Committee responsible

Documents :

EU agency for law enforcement training (Cepol)

Reference :

2014/0217(COD) ***| Ordinary legislative procedure  first reading
LIBE

Committee responsible

Documents :

Member State responsible for examining the application for international protection of unaccompanied minors

Reference :

2014/0202(COD) ***| Ordinary legislative procedure  first reading
LIBE

Cecilia WIKSTRÖM [ALDE]

Committee responsible

Documents :

Establishment of a touring visa and amendment to the Convention implementing the Schengen Agreement and Regulations (EC) No 562/2006 and (EC) No 767/2008

Reference :

2014/0095(COD) ***| Ordinary legislative procedure  first reading
LIBE

Committee responsible

Documents :

Union Code on Visas (recast)

Reference :

2014/0094(COD) ***| Ordinary legislative procedure  first reading
LIBE

Juan Fernando LÓPEZ AGUILAR [S-D]

Committee responsible

Documents :

Arrangement with the Republic of Iceland on the modalities of its participation in the European Asylum Support Office

Reference :

2013/0425(NLE) Non-legislative enactments
LIBE

Roberta METSOLA [PPE]

Committee responsible

Documents :

Arrangement with the Swiss Confederation on the modalities of its participation in the European Asylum Support Office

Reference :

2013/0422(NLE) Non-legislative enactments
LIBE

Roberta METSOLA [PPE]

Committee responsible

Documents :

Legal aid for suspects or accused persons deprived of liberty and legal aid in European arrest warrant proceedings

Reference :

2013/0409(COD) ***| Ordinary legislative procedure  first reading
LIBE

Dennis de JONG [GUE/NGL]

Committee responsible

Documents :

Procedural safeguards for children suspected or accused in criminal proceedings

Reference :

2013/0408(COD) ***| Ordinary legislative procedure  first reading
LIBE

Caterina CHINNICI [S-D]

Committee responsible

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As Chair of the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) I am happy to welcome you to this page.
 
The LIBE Committee is responsible for the vast majority of the legislation and democratic oversight of Justice and Home Affairs policies. Whilst doing so, it ensures the full respect of the Charter of Fundamental Rights within the EU, the European Convention on Human Rights and the strengthening of European citizenship.
 
Our Committee carries out its work in daily interactions with the European Commission (representing the European interest), the Council of Ministers (representing the 28 Member States' governments and national interests) and in close cooperation with national Parliaments. Regular exchanges also take place with representatives from the judiciary, law-enforcement authorities, academics and civil society.
 
While fully respecting the national legal order, Justice and Home Affairs policies are aimed at tackling issues of a common interest at the European level, such as: the fight against international crime and against terrorism, the protection of fundamental rights, ensuring data protection and privacy in a digital age, fighting against discrimination based on racial or ethnic origin, religion, belief, disability, age or sexual orientation.
The LIBE Committee will do its upmost to continue building a fruitful dialogue with all interested parties and especially with citizens.