Charles TANNOCK
  • Charles
    TANNOCK
  • Grupo de los Conservadores y Reformistas Europeos
  • Miembro
  • Reino Unido Conservative Party
  • Fecha de nacimiento: 25 de septiembre de 1957, Aldershot, Hants

Intervenciones en sesión plenaria

240

Ejecuciones en Egipto

08-02-2018 P8_CRE-PROV(2018)02-08(8.2)

Debate con Andrej Plenković, presidente del Gobierno de Croacia, sobre el futuro de Europa (debate)

06-02-2018 P8_CRE-PROV(2018)02-06(3)

Decisión adoptada sobre la estrategia de ampliación de la UE: los Balcanes Occidentales (debate)

06-02-2018 P8_CRE-PROV(2018)02-06(12)

Situación actual de los derechos humanos en Turquía - Situación en Afrin (Siria) (debate)

06-02-2018 P8_CRE-PROV(2018)02-06(15)

Nigeria

18-01-2018 P8_CRE-PROV(2018)01-18(4.1)

Apoyo de la Unión Europea al proceso de paz de Colombia (debate)

16-01-2018 P8_CRE-PROV(2018)01-16(11)

Situación en Irán (debate)

16-01-2018 P8_CRE-PROV(2018)01-16(12)

Situación en Kenia (debate)

16-01-2018 P8_CRE-PROV(2018)01-16(13)

Libertad de expresión en Vietnam, en particular el caso de Nguyen Van Hoa

14-12-2017 P8_CRE-PROV(2017)12-14(5.1)

Camboya: prohibición de la oposición

14-12-2017 P8_CRE-PROV(2017)12-14(5.2)

Informes como ponente

4

Informes como ponente alternativo/a

20

INFORME sobre el Informe Anual sobre la Aplicación de la Política Exterior y de Seguridad Común

AFET
13-11-2017 A8-0350/2017

INFORME sobre las relaciones políticas de la Unión con América Latina

AFET
20-07-2017 A8-0268/2017

INFORME sobre las relaciones políticas de la Unión con la ASEAN

AFET
28-06-2017 A8-0243/2017

INFORME sobre una estrategia de la Unión para las relaciones culturales internacionales

CULT AFET
13-06-2017 A8-0220/2017

INFORME sobre el Informe de 2016 de la Comisión sobre Serbia

AFET
22-03-2017 A8-0063/2017

Opiniones como ponente

2

OPINIÓN sobre el proyecto de Decisión del Consejo relativa a la celebración del Acuerdo Económico y Comercial Global (AECG) entre Canadá, por una parte, y la Unión Europea y sus Estados miembros, por otra

AFET
29-11-2016 AFET_AD(2016)592207

OPINIÓN sobre la prevención de la radicalización y la captación de ciudadanos europeos por organizaciones terroristas

AFET
18-09-2015 AFET_AD(2015)560548

Opiniones como ponente alternativo/a

8

OPINIÓN sobre mujeres, igualdad de género y justicia climática

AFET
23-11-2017 AFET_AD(2017)609665

OPINIÓN Estrategia UE-África: un impulso para el desarrollo

AFET
05-09-2017 AFET_AD(2017)606203

OPINIÓN sobre la propuesta de Reglamento del Parlamento Europeo y del Consejo por el que se establece un Marco de Reasentamiento de la Unión y se modifica el Reglamento (UE) n.º 516/2014 del Parlamento Europeo y del Consejo

AFET
01-06-2017 AFET_AD(2017)601073

OPINIÓN sobre la propuesta de Reglamento del Parlamento Europeo y del Consejo por el que se establece un régimen de la Unión de control de las exportaciones, la transferencia, el corretaje, la asistencia técnica y el tránsito de productos de doble uso (versión refundida)

AFET
31-05-2017 AFET_AD(2017)602925

OPINIÓN sobre el futuro de las relaciones ACP-UE después de 2020

AFET
31-08-2016 AFET_AD(2016)582441

OPINIÓN Hacia un nuevo acuerdo internacional sobre el clima en París

AFET
01-09-2015 AFET_AD(2015)560685

OPINIÓN sobre el sector privado y el desarrollo

AFET
24-06-2015 AFET_AD(2015)552030

OPINIÓN sobre las recomendaciones destinadas a la Comisión Europea sobre las negociaciones de la Asociación Transatlántica de Comercio e Inversión (ATCI)

AFET
01-04-2015 AFET_AD(2015)546630

Propuestas de resolución

367

Propuesta de resolución común sobre las ejecuciones en Egipto

07-02-2018 RC-B8-0109/2018

Propuesta de resolución común sobre la esclavitud infantil en Haití

07-02-2018 RC-B8-0100/2018

Propuesta de resolución común sobre la situación del OOPS

07-02-2018 RC-B8-0085/2018

Propuesta de resolución común sobre la situación actual de los derechos humanos en Turquía

07-02-2018 RC-B8-0082/2018

Propuesta de resolución común sobre la situación en Venezuela

07-02-2018 RC-B8-0078/2018

  Motion for a resolution on Executions in Egypt

05-02-2018 B8-0111/2018

Nota.- Esta propuesta de resolución sólo está disponible en la lengua de su versión original.

  Motion for a resolution on Child slavery in Haiti

05-02-2018 B8-0100/2018

Nota.- Esta propuesta de resolución sólo está disponible en la lengua de su versión original.

  Motion for a resolution on Russia, the case of Oyub Titiev and the Human Rights Centre Memorial

05-02-2018 B8-0098/2018

Nota.- Esta propuesta de resolución sólo está disponible en la lengua de su versión original.

Propuesta de resolución sobre la situación del OOPS

05-02-2018 B8-0086/2018

Declaraciones por escrito

1

Declaración por escrito sobre la conmemoración de las víctimas del Holocausto y el apoyo a la creación del Centro Memorial del Holocausto de Babi Yar

12-12-2016 P8_DCL(2016)0136 Caducada

Detalle

Ioan Mircea PAŞCU , Petras AUŠTREVIČIUS , Bas BELDER , Michał BONI , Rebecca HARMS , Frédérique RIES , Charles TANNOCK , Hannu TAKKULA , Boris ZALA , Janusz ZEMKE

Fecha de presentación : 12-12-2016
Fecha en que caducará : 12-03-2017
Número de signatarios : 135 - 13-03-2017

Preguntas parlamentarias

77

  VP/HR - Forced labour among migrants in Libya

31-01-2018 E-000532/2018 Comisión

  VP/HR - Situation in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq

13-12-2017 P-007663/2017 Comisión

  VP/HR - Pakistan's GSP+ and its adherence to its human rights obligations

06-12-2017 E-007517/2017 Comisión

  VP/HR - Rule of law and human rights in Turkey

21-11-2017 E-007134/2017 Comisión

  VP/HR - Religious persecution in Myanmar/Burma

07-11-2017 E-006834/2017 Comisión

  VP/HR - Tibet

18-10-2017 E-006541/2017 Comisión

  VP/HR - Corruption charges against Dorin Chirtoacă

03-10-2017 E-006197/2017 Comisión

VP/HR - Situación en Venezuela

24-08-2017 E-005268/2017 Comisión

  British officials in the European institutions

12-07-2017 E-004692/2017 Comisión

  VP/HR - Religious minorities in Pakistan

11-07-2017 E-004647/2017 Comisión

Explicaciones de voto por escrito

32

 

Situación en Venezuela (RC-B8-0078/2018, B8-0078/2018, B8-0080/2018, B8-0081/2018, B8-0083/2018, B8-0087/2018, B8-0094/2018)

08-02-2018

Venezuela is a country marred by political violence, chronic instability and a deteriorating economy, despite its significant endowment of natural resources. Anti—government protests – which have spiked since April 2017 – have led to dozens of deaths. The increasingly dictatorial government under Nicolas Maduro presides over a socio—economic crisis in which essentials including food and medicines routinely run short, sparking almost daily protests and criminality such as looting. Maduro’s establishment in 2017 of a controversial national assembly, which has proven unnecessary and provocative to opposition political groups, clearly does not reflect the wishes of the Venezuelan populace. International efforts aimed at breaking the political impasse and ensuring free and fair elections in May are vital to improving the political and economic climate in this troubled country. I was therefore pleased to vote for this resolution.

 

Tolerancia cero con la mutilación genital femenina (B8-0068/2018)

07-02-2018

I have for many years supported initiatives to eradicate female genital mutilation – a deeply harmful practice which is believed to have affected some 200 million women and girls worldwide. Following a sustainable development goal pledge to eradicate FGM by 2030, the UK government has committed significant funding to countering FGM domestically and abroad, and the Commission continues to do important work by progressing its 2015 strategy on eliminating FGM. Regrettably however, a number of cases have been reported in my London constituency and throughout other EU member states. I was therefore pleased to vote in favour of this resolution, given that the text calls on the Commission to bolster its advancement of existing educational and practical initiatives to combat FGM, encourages FGM prevention strategies to be incorporated within cross-sectoral policy frameworks, and recommends that anti-FGM programmes be included in its diplomatic representations. Such an integrated approach is wholly necessary to call time on this barbaric practice.

 

Competencia, reconocimiento y ejecución de resoluciones en materia matrimonial y de responsabilidad parental, y sustracción internacional de menores (A8-0388/2017 - Tadeusz Zwiefka)

18-01-2018

I am pleased to vote in favour of this report which supports the aim of improving and tightening up legislation around international child abduction, matrimonial disputes and parental responsibility. Situations involving child custody disputes can be extremely distressing to all involved and we need a legal system that is fit for purpose and that removes confusion. The proposal calls for a maximum time-frame for court proceedings and the setting up of a special court to hear cases of cross-border child abduction by a parent. Mediation between two parties must now be explicitly encouraged and the report makes it clear throughout that decisions should be taken in the best interests of the child and the child’s views should be heard. I sincerely hope that improving the legislation in this area will dramatically improve the current legal system that is in place, reduce unnecessary delays and costs and ensure that Member States can work together in the best interests of the child. It will be important that the UK is able to continue participating in this framework after the Brexit negotiations have been concluded to ensure that cooperation mechanisms that have been built up and are working well are not lost.

 

Aplicación de la Directiva sobre cualificaciones profesionales y necesidad de reformar los servicios profesionales (A8-0401/2017 - Nicola Danti)

18-01-2018

. ‒ With around 5 500 regulated professions in Europe, making up 22% of the labour force, it is vital that the regulation of professional services across Member States serves as a driver of economic growth and not as a barrier. I am therefore supportive of all efforts by the Commission to reduce unnecessary burdens for the liberal professions over time and to make it easier for skilled professionals to work in other Member States. My constituency of London benefits significantly from the skills of European neighbours who contribute to the functioning of the National Health Service, the education system, the financial centres in the city and world-renowned architectural and real estate practices.
It is right that individual Member States may need to set out their own requirements for some professions but these should always be proportionate and linked to specific public policy objectives. Overall it is a positive step to break down barriers within the regulated professions and I hope to see continued effort on the part of the UK to ensure that we remain a welcoming and attractive place to work after the Brexit negotiations have concluded.

 

Gobernanza internacional de los océanos: una agenda para el futuro de nuestros océanos en el contexto de los Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible para 2030 (A8-0399/2017 - José Inácio Faria)

16-01-2018

As an island nation the UK has every reason to care deeply about the future of our oceans and the reform of international ocean governance. A sustainable maritime economy and a thriving fisheries sector are vital for the health of our coastal communities and the sustainable use of the oceans globally benefits every nation. In particular I welcome the recognition in this report of the increasing problem of plastic litter in our oceans and the devastating impact this is having on marine ecosystems and coastlines. Recent campaigns to change public thinking around disposable plastic packaging are a welcome step in the right direction but more could be done to aid the transition to a circular economy. However, this report proposes an overhaul of current institutional arrangements on ocean governance that is not warranted and I therefore vote to abstain. It is true that more needs to be done to protect our oceans but this is best achieved by improving the work of existing international bodies, building on current expertise and coordinating our efforts within current institutional arrangements.

 

Aplicación de la Directiva relativa a la lucha contra los abusos sexuales y la explotación sexual de los menores y la pornografía infantil (A8-0368/2017 - Anna Maria Corazza Bildt)

14-12-2017

Child sexual abuse in all its forms and wherever it is found is anathema to our society. As a result of the exponential growth of online platforms, child abuse images can, tragically, be disseminated easily and often anonymously. The cross-border nature of this crime has meant that cross-border cooperation is essential to punish those who abuse and spread abuse images, to rescue victims and also to prevent abuse from taking place. I congratulate the rapporteur on her work assessing the implementation of the Child abuse and Child pornography Directive 2011 and pointing out where Member States can better use the EU cooperation tools available to them via Europol and Eurojust, well as sharing information on criminal records across borders in a more timely and comprehensive manner. It is significant that prosecutions are often hampered by online encryption, discrepancies in data protection rules across the EU and cloud-storage, making it clear that EU-wide rules for digital platforms and data flows could be a welcome measure to support this fight. What is clear is that working together to battle this abhorrent crime is essential given that the digital world does not respect geographical borders – something that should not be forgotten during Brexit negotiations.

 

Normas sobre el ejercicio de los derechos de autor y determinados derechos afines a los derechos de autor aplicables a determinadas transmisiones en línea de los organismos de radiodifusión y a las retransmisiones de programas de radio y televisión (A8-0378/2017 - Tiemo Wölken)

12-12-2017

I am pleased to support this mandate for the Parliament to enter into trilogue negotiations on copyright rules relating to news and current affairs broadcasting to provide for linguistic minorities in the EU. The UK and London in particular has a thriving creative sector, producing global bands in the fields of music, film and television. The BBC, Pinewood Studios and special effects companies in the West End are just some of those involved who are based in my constituency. The culture sector relies on copyright and the principle of territoriality to underpin co-financing models based on exclusivity. The increase in on-demand internet platforms, music streaming and online TV services, although an exciting evolution in the way media products are consumed, also poses a threat to the economic sustainability of the industry. As the consumer becomes used to the ease of choosing when and what to watch, wherever they are, we must ensure that rights-holders are still being remunerated properly for the products they are offering. I therefore support the narrow scope of these rules, based on what linguistic minorities are demanding, without fundamentally changing the way the creative sector operates.

 

Hacia una estrategia de comercio digital (A8-0384/2017 - Marietje Schaake)

12-12-2017

I am pleased to vote in favour of this report which calls on the Commission to treat digital trade as a cornerstone of the EU’s trade policy. Cross-border connectivity is a flourishing industry in the UK and particularly in my constituency of London. UK creative businesses are using the internet to export their products worldwide, and in particular to customers in the EU, our largest trading partner. The Commission needs to capitalise on this trend and ensure that data localisation and protection rules are appropriate and tariffs and barriers to trade are minimised. The strong call in this report for horizontal digital trade policies to go hand-in-hand with international trade agreements is hugely significant for the UK. If this is not the case then even if the UK and the EU reach a trade deal on physical goods in 2019 it is still possible that the UK will be locked out of the room when it comes to cross-border data flows and the subsequent economic growth. Given that data flows are not currently part of ongoing trade negotiations, particularly with Japan and Mexico, this is report comes at an important time.

 

Aplicación de la Estrategia Europea sobre Discapacidad (A8-0339/2017 - Helga Stevens)

30-11-2017

I am pleased to vote in favour of this implementation report on the EU disability strategy. It is essential to review the progress that is being made across Europe to implement the European Disability Strategy and to ensure that those with disabilities are not discriminated against in the fields of accessibility, employment, education and health. In my constituency of London there are approximately 1.4 million deaf and disabled people many of whom would like to have more autonomy in terms of accessing public services and making decisions about their own care, employment and education. For them, this Disability Strategy is very significant. Consequently, I am particularly pleased to see that this report is aligned with the UK approach to disability equality which focuses on inclusion and mainstreaming, involving disabled people in making their own decisions on how they want to live. Following the conclusion of Brexit negotiations the UK must continue to work closely with EU Member States so that we can learn from our European neighbours who are creating policies with the same goal in mind, to increase disability equality and quality of life for the disabled.

 

Lucha contra las desigualdades para impulsar la creación de empleo y el crecimiento (A8-0340/2017 - Javi López)

16-11-2017

Given my role as Goodwill Ambassador for the homelessness charity Depaul which works in several Member States including my own countries of the UK and Ireland, and more specifically my constituency of London, there is much in this report that I can commend. The rapporteur wishes to decisively tackle economic inequality across Europe which has put over one hundred million European citizens at risk of poverty and social exclusion, as well as stepping up the fight against homelessness and unemployment. These are all aims which are in line with the EU Treaties which promote the wellbeing of Europe’s peoples.
However, the solutions set out in this report are not commensurate with other obligations within the Treaties, that of proportionality and subsidiarity; in particular the rapporteur’s calls for harmonised tax policies across the EU, minimum income schemes and wage scales. It is vital that we must work together to build shared prosperity. However, the situation in each Member State is unique and it is national governments who are best placed, in this instance, to arrange their welfare and taxation systems to best carry out this task. For this reason I voted against this report.

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