MEPs will discuss the UK’s withdrawal from the EU, in a debate with President Juncker and State Secretary for European Affairs Ciot for the Council, on Wednesday at 14.00.
MEPs will exchange views on the future of Europe with Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven on Wednesday at 15.15.
MEPs are set to endorse new rules on paternity leave and non-transferable parental leave, in a vote on Thursday.
To ensure gas pipelines from non-EU countries are covered by EU rules and to create legal clarity for operators, new gas market rules will be put to a final vote on Thursday.
On Thursday, MEPs will vote on rules to tackle illegal practices in the road haulage sector and amend rules on drivers’ rest time.
UK nationals would be able to travel to the EU for up to 90 days without a visa after Brexit, as long as EU nationals also benefit from visa-free access to the UK.
Less than a week before the annual EU-China summit, the plenary is to discuss EU-China trade relations with Council and Commission on Wednesday.
MEPs are set to call on member states to improve compliance with EU waste legislation and to increase reuse and recycling practices.
MEPs will vote on Thursday to seal Parliament’s position on rules to freeze EU payments to member states which interfere with courts or which do not tackle fraud and corruption.
MEPs will adopt a multi-annual plan for the Western Mediterranean and more restrictive measures to protect swordfish, following informal agreements with Council.
MEPs want to set new time limits and conditions for internal border checks within the Schengen area.
Parliament will adopt its position on the future European Maritime, Fisheries and Aquaculture Fund, safeguarding sustainable fish stocks and fishermen’s livelihoods.
New rules to curb document fraud will be discussed in plenary session on Wednesday and put to the vote on Thursday.
Newsletter - 3-4 April-2019 - Plenary session - Brussels