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15-07-2016 - 09:54
Next week, MEPs vote on limiting the use of GMOs, hear what Europe should do about Ebola, meet the Colombian President and bid farewell to Herman Van Rompuy.

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Civil Liberties MEPs visit migrant and refugee camps around Calais on Wednesday

LIBE 12-07-2016 - 17:23

A 9-strong MEP delegation from the Civil Liberties Committee will be in Calais on Wednesday 13 July to visit facilities for migrants and refugees, in the vicinity, which for years has been a gathering spot for people trying to cross from France to the UK. MEPs will meet with local authorities, NGOs, the French-British border authorities and the refugees and migrants themselves in order to assess the situation on the ground. (Seguito)

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Civil liberties MEPs back plans to make it easier to suspend visa waivers

LIBE 07-07-2016 - 11:38

Plans to strengthen the EU’s visa suspension mechanism, which enables it to temporarily reintroduce visa requirements for third-country nationals in the event of sudden surges in irregular immigration, unfounded asylum applications or a failure to cooperate with the EU on “readmissions” (i.e. returns), were amended and approved by Civil Liberties Committee MEPs on Thursday. MEPs widened the range of grounds upon which a visa waiver may be suspended. (Seguito)

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Asylum: EU list of safe countries of origin to replace national lists in 3 years

LIBE 07-07-2016 - 11:23

The future EU common list of safe countries of origin, which should help member states to process certain asylum applications faster and more consistently, should replace today’s national lists after a three-year transition period, Civil Liberties Committee MEPs agreed on Thursday. The EU Commission will assess which countries should be included, removed or temporarily suspended from the list. (Seguito)

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Planning terrorist attacks must be made a crime, say civil liberties MEPs

LIBE 05-07-2016 - 10:52

Travelling abroad for terrorist purposes, training or being trained, incitement to terrorism or financing of terrorist activities must be made a crime in all EU member states, urge Civil Liberties Committee MEPs in a resolution voted on Monday night. Ahead of upcoming talks with the Council on a draft new counter-terrorism directive, MEPs also stressed the need to protect and assist victims, especially across borders. (Seguito)

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European travel document: MEPs and ministers strike informal deal

LIBE 23-06-2016 - 17:09

A new standard European travel document to speed the return of non-EU nationals staying "irregularly" in EU member states without valid passports or identity cards was informally agreed by MEPs and EU ministers on Thursday evening. A key goal during the talks has been to increase third countries’ acceptance of the document through improved technical details. To enter into force, this informal deal needs to be formally endorsed by the full Parliament and the Council of Ministers. (Seguito)

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In veste di presidente della commissione per le libertà civili, la giustizia e gli affari interni (LIBE) sono lieto di darvi il benvenuto su questa pagina.

La commissione LIBE è competente per la maggior parte della legislazione relativa alle politiche in materia di giustizia e affari interni e per il controllo democratico su di esse. La commissione garantisce così il pieno rispetto, nell'ambito dell'Unione europea, della Carta dei diritti fondamentali e della Convenzione europea dei diritti dell'uomo nonché il rafforzamento della cittadinanza europea.

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