Reports

Once a draft report has been presented to the committee, members are given the chance to propose amendments before a certain deadline. The amendments will then be discussed and voted upon in the committee. Once a draft report has been amended and a final vote taken, it becomes a report and will then be presented in the plenary session. This page shows the reports as finalised in committee.
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REPORT on the activities of the Committee on Petitions 2013

Date :19-02-2014

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A7-0131/2014 PE 526.099v04-00
PETI

Jarosław Leszek WAŁĘSA

Documents in dossier PETI/7/14832

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REPORT on the EU Citizenship Report 2013. EU citizens: your rights, your future

Date :14-02-2014

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A7-0107/2014 PE 522.951v03-00
PETI

Nikolaos SALAVRAKOS

Documents in dossier PETI/7/13741

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REPORT on the activities of the Committee on Petitions 2012

Date :24-09-2013

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A7-0299/2013 PE 508.200v04-00
PETI

Edward McMILLAN-SCOTT

Documents in dossier PETI/7/11542

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REPORT on the annual report on the activities of the European Ombudsman 2012

Date :15-07-2013

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A7-0257/2013 PE 513.107v02-00
PETI

Nikolaos SALAVRAKOS

Documents in dossier PETI/7/12214

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REPORT on the annual report on the activities of the European Ombudsman 2011

Date :01-10-2012

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A7-0297/2012 PE 491.340v04-00
PETI

Erminia MAZZONI

Documents in dossier PETI/7/09130

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REPORT on the activities of the Committee on Petitions 2011

Date :17-07-2012

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A7-0240/2012 PE 483.811v02-00
PETI

Giles CHICHESTER

Documents in dossier PETI/7/08206

ERRATA/ADDENDA
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REPORT on the EU Citizenship Report 2010: Dismantling the obstacles to EU citizens’ rights

Date :06-03-2012

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A7-0047/2012 PE 473.706v03-00
PETI

Adina-Ioana VĂLEAN

Documents in dossier PETI/7/06794

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REPORT on the Annual Report on the European Ombudsman’s activities in 2010

Date :20-07-2011

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A7-0285/2011 PE 466.968v02-00
PETI

Iliana Malinova IOTOVA

Documents in dossier PETI/7/05200

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Welcome to the web pages of the Committee on Petitions where you can find information about the work and activities of the committee which I have presided since 2009.
 
The right to petition, contained in the Treaty on European Union, is a fundamental right inextricably linked to its citizenship. It is an important and often effective way for people to be directly involved in the Parliament's activity and to have their concerns, proposals or complaints specifically addressed by the Committee members.
 
The Committee often responds to petitions from EU citizens by working to resolve possible infringements of citizens' rights under the Treaty and by cooperating with national, regional and local authorities on issues related to the application of European laws on such subjects as the environment, social affairs, freedom of movement and so on.
 
It is an investigative committee, not a legislative one, and it tries to ensure non-judicial remedies are possible for citizens when their claims are substantiated. It can organise fact-finding visits and report to plenary.
 
It thus plays a vital role in reconnecting with European citizens and in reinforcing the democratic legitimacy and accountability of the EU decision-making process.
 
Erminia Mazzoni