MEPs updated rules to protect workers from exposure to carcinogenic and mutagenic substances, including diesel fumes, in a vote on Tuesday.
Ο Πρόεδρος Ταγιάνι αναφέρθηκε στην 70ή επέτειο από την υπογραφή της Οικουμενικής Διακήρυξης των Δικαιωμάτων του Ανθρώπου, κατά την έναρξη της συνόδου στο Στρασβούργο.
Several measures to improve cybersecurity in the EU were provisionally agreed by MEPs and member states on Monday.
Plans to update rules on the use and sale of chemicals that could be used to make homemade explosives were backed by the Civil Liberties Committee on Monday.
A proposal to lower tariffs in the territory of Western Sahara to the same level as Morocco, was backed by the International Trade Committee on Monday.
MEPs will discuss their priorities for the next EU summit and the outcome of the Eurogroup with Commission President Juncker and the Austrian presidency from 9.00 on Tuesday.
The European Parliament strongly supports the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration, and welcomes its adoption in Marrakesh, Morocco on Monday.
A new flash survey of EU citizens has underscored the increasing support for the European Union and growing awareness of next year’s elections.
Plans to boost trust in the EU approval procedure by making it more transparent and accountable were put forward by the special committee on pesticides.
Changes to internal rules on how the EP operates and how to draft legislation and use MEPs’ allowances in a more transparent way were approved in committee on Thursday.
Rules allowing groups of consumers harmed by illegal practices to launch collective actions and seek compensation were approved by Legal Affairs Committee.
Constitutional Affairs Committee backed a proposal introducing penalties on European political parties deliberately breaching data protection to tamper with EU elections.
Rules requiring online platforms to end unfair practices to businesses and set up effective redress mechanisms were approved by the Internal Market Committee.
MEPs and African, Caribbean and Pacific MPs agreed on post-Cotonou, the rise of populism, the fight against terrorism and climate change.
In the run-up to May 2019 European Elections, Parliament President Antonio Tajani and EESC President Luca Jahier signed a cooperation agreement on Wednesday.