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MEPs discuss vetoing plan to relax diesel car emission limits

Plenary Session Environment / Public health19-01-2016 - 09:31

A proposal to veto a draft decision to raise diesel car emission limits for nitrogen oxides (NOx) by up to 110% when the Real Driving Emissions (RDE) test procedure is introduced was discussed by MEPs and internal market Commissioner Elżbieta Bieńkowska on Monday. It will be put to the vote at the next plenary session. (Read more: MEPs discuss vetoing plan to relax diesel car emission limits )

 

TiSA talks: Trade MEPs recommendations

INTA External/international trade18-01-2016 - 20:49

Negotiations on a Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA), with countries representing 70% of world trade in services, should deliver international rules and more opportunities for EU firms to supply services such as transport and telecoms in third countries. But "nothing should prevent EU, national and local authorities from maintaining, improving and applying their laws", notably on labour and data protection, say international trade MEPs in recommendations, voted on Monday, to EU negotiators. (Read more: TiSA talks: Trade MEPs recommendations )

 

Zahájení: Schulz odsuzuje teroristické útoky v Istanbulu a Ouagadougou

Plenární zasedání Instituce18-01-2016 - 20:47

Předseda Schulz odsoudil teroristické útoky v Istanbulu a Ouagadougou ze 12. a 15. ledna a žádá o spolupráci v rámci celé EU postavit se terorismu. Zavázal se, že boj proti terorismu bude probíhat na základě demokratických hodnot, s využitím policie, právniho státu a spolupráce v rámci celé EU. (Přečtěte si více: Zahájení: Schulz odsuzuje teroristické útoky v Istanbulu a Ouagadougou )

 

Dutch Presidency priorities discussed in committee

REGI AFCO AGRI EMPL ENVI ITRE JURI LIBE PECH Institutions14-01-2016 - 15:59

The priorities of the incoming Dutch presidency of the EU Council are being outlined to parliamentary committees by Dutch ministers at a series of meetings this week. (Read more: Dutch Presidency priorities discussed in committee )

 
EC Commissioner Avramopoulos in LIBE  

Migration Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos joined the Civil Liberties Committee on Thursday to debate the implementation of measures to tackle the migration and refugee crisis, including relocation and work in the reception “hotspots”. MEPs also raised the issue of the future of Schengen as well as the need for a review of the Dublin system. (Read more: MEPs debate relocation, hotspots, Schengen and Dublin rules with Avramopoulos )

 

MEPs quiz Commission's chief negotiator on progress ahead of UK referendum

AFCO Constitutional affairs14-01-2016 - 12:58

Are treaty changes needed to meet UK demands, will the four freedoms be safeguarded and could current talks release an avalanche of reform requests from other countries? These questions were put by members of Parliament's constitutional affairs committee to Jonathan Faull, head of the Commission's task force for strategic issues related to the UK referendum, in a debate on Thursday morning. (Read more: MEPs quiz Commission's chief negotiator on progress ahead of UK referendum )

 

First-ever EU-wide cyber-security rules backed by Internal Market Committee

IMCO Industry / Information society14-01-2016 - 10:05

Firms supplying essential services, e.g. for energy, transport, banking and health, or digital ones, such as search engines and cloud computing, will have to take action to improve their ability to withstand cyber-attacks under new rules approved by Internal Market MEPs on Thursday. These rules, informally agreed by MEPs and Council negotiators on 7 December, were approved by 34 votes to 2. They now need to be endorsed by the Council and the full Parliament. (Read more: First-ever EU-wide cyber-security rules backed by Internal Market Committee )

 

2016: year of corporate tax reform and fiscal transparency, Moscovici tells MEPs

TAX2 ECON Economic and monetary affairs / Taxation12-01-2016 - 11:09

2016 should be the year of corporate tax reform and fiscal transparency, tax Commissioner Pierre Moscovici told MEPs from the Special Committee on Tax Rulings and the Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee at a hearing on Monday evening. “We have a serious problem with tax avoidance and lack of transparency. Too many people have looked the other way”, Mr Moscovici said. (Read more: 2016: year of corporate tax reform and fiscal transparency, Moscovici tells MEPs )

 

School milk and fruit: agriculture MEPs promote healthy eating

AGRI Agriculture11-01-2016 - 18:07
Selection of fruit apples, grapes, plums  

New measures to strengthen and boost funding for an EU scheme to provide fruit, vegetables and milk products in schools were backed by the agriculture committee on Monday. They put more emphasis on educating children in healthy eating, increase the budget and merge into one the current separate schemes for milk and fruit in schools. (Read more: School milk and fruit: agriculture MEPs promote healthy eating )

 

Uber: Transport MEPs discuss transport networking companies

Others Transport21-12-2015 - 11:08

The social, economic and legal aspects of transport networking companies like Uber were at the centre of a debate in the Transport and Tourism Committee on Monday. MEPs heard the views of Uber head of policy for Europe, Middle East and Africa, representatives of the European Transport Workers' Federation (ETF) and International Road Union (IRU) and European Commission. (Read more: Uber: Transport MEPs discuss transport networking companies )