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30-03-2017 - 15:47
 
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Fake news: how to counter misinformation

Plenary Session Institutions / External relations10-04-2017 - 20:16
 

Social media not only serves as a source of news for nearly half of Europeans, but it also has made spreading fake news easier and faster. Six out of ten news items are shared without actually being read. MEPS raised concerns about the spread of disinformation, political propaganda and hate speech in plenary on 5 April. However, they disagreed on the best way to respond to the problem. Watch our video above for an overview of the debate. (Read more: Fake news: how to counter misinformation )

 

Plenary highlights: Brexit priorities, medical devices, car emissions

Plenary Session Future of Europe/European integration / Budget07-04-2017 - 10:30
 

MEPs overwhelmingly approved a resolution setting out Parliament's priorities for the negotiations concerning the UK's withdrawal from the EU during this week's plenary session in Strasbourg. In addition MEPs urged European authorities to establish new checks to prevent car emissions fraud and also approved stricter rules to ensure the safety of medical devices as well as plans to enable more flexibility regarding the EU's long-term budget. (Read more: Plenary highlights: Brexit priorities, medical devices, car emissions )

 

Car emissions scandal: MEPs call for stricter and clearer oversight

Plenary Session Environment06-04-2017 - 16:03
 

The European Commission and most EU countries failed to prevent car manufacturers from cheating emissions test, according to the final report by Parliament's inquiry committee investigating the car emissions scandal. It was set up in December 2015, a few months after Volkswagen admitted to falsifying test results in their diesel cars. In the report adopted on 4 April, MEPs propose a set of measures to prevent dishonest practices by car manufacturers in the future. (Read more: Car emissions scandal: MEPs call for stricter and clearer oversight )

 

Data Privacy Shield: MEPs alarmed at undermining of privacy safeguards in the US

Plenary Session Justice and home affairs06-04-2017 - 13:14

New rules allowing the US National Security Agency (NSA) to share private data with other US agencies without court oversight, recent revelations about surveillance activities by a US electronic communications service provider and vacancies on US oversight bodies are among the concerns raised by MEPs in a resolution passed on Thursday. (Read more: Data Privacy Shield: MEPs alarmed at undermining of privacy safeguards in the US )

 

Parliament approves Ukraine visa waiver

Plenary Session Visa policy06-04-2017 - 12:32

Ukrainian citizens will be exempted from EU short-stay visa requirements, after Parliament endorsed an informal deal with the Council on Thursday. (Read more: Parliament approves Ukraine visa waiver )

 

European Solidarity Corps needs proper funding, urge MEPs

Plenary Session Youth / Employment policy06-04-2017 - 12:30

The new EU Solidarity Corps (ECS) initiative, which aims to create 100,000 volunteering and job placement opportunities for young people, needs proper legislation and funding, say MEPS in a resolution passed on Thursday. Its funding should under no circumstances be at the expense of the Erasmus+ or other EU programmes, they add. (Read more: European Solidarity Corps needs proper funding, urge MEPs )

 

End of roaming: final hurdle cleared

Plenary Session Industry / Research and innovation06-04-2017 - 12:25

MEPs removed the last hurdle on the way to full abolition of retail “roaming” surcharges in a vote on Thursday. (Read more: End of roaming: final hurdle cleared )

 

Human rights: Navalny in Russia, arrests in Belarus, child brides in Bangladesh

Plenary Session Humanitarian aid / External relations06-04-2017 - 12:16

The European Parliament urges the Russian authorities to release opposition politician Alexei Navalny and other detained demonstrators, condemns the crackdown on peaceful protestors and arrests of human rights defenders and journalists in Belarus, and calls on the government of Bangladesh to close loopholes in new legislation that provide legal authorisation for child marriage, in three resolutions voted on Thursday. (Read more: Human rights: Navalny in Russia, arrests in Belarus, child brides in Bangladesh )

 

Red lines on Brexit negotiations

Plenary Session Institutions06-04-2017 - 09:58
 

An overwhelming majority of the house (516 votes in favour, 133 against, with 50 abstentions) adopted a resolution officially laying down the European Parliament’s key principles and conditions for its approval of the UK's withdrawal agreement. Any such agreement at the end of UK-EU negotiations will need to win the approval of the European Parliament. (Read more: Red lines on Brexit negotiations )

 

Hate speech and fake news: remove content, impose fines, foster media literacy?

Plenary Session Institutions05-04-2017 - 17:24

MEPs worry about the proliferation of hate speech and fake news, particularly in social media, they said in a debate on Wednesday. But they disagreed on how best to respond. Ideas aired included removing false and defamatory content, imposing fines to non-cooperative companies and fostering media literacy. (Read more: Hate speech and fake news: remove content, impose fines, foster media literacy? )

 

Timeline: Parliament’s continued support for Ukraine

Plenary Session Visa policy / External relations05-04-2017 - 16:36
 

A visa-free regime for Ukrainians travelling to the EU is just the latest step in the European Parliament’s continued support of Ukraine. The Parliament has consistently shown solidarity by condemning Russia’s military involvement and illegal annexation of Crimea and promoting political and economic reforms. (Read more: Timeline: Parliament’s continued support for Ukraine )

 

Migration: the answer needs to be global

Plenary Session Development and cooperation / External relations05-04-2017 - 13:18

Multilateral measures are urgently needed to manage the unprecedented numbers of migrants on the move worldwide, and not least to halt migrant deaths in the Mediterranean, MEPs urge in a resolution voted on Wednesday. (Read more: Migration: the answer needs to be global )

 

New rules make cash flow investments by start-ups and SMEs safer

Plenary Session Economic and monetary affairs05-04-2017 - 13:14

New rules to make money market funds (MMFs) more resistant to crises and market turbulence were approved on Wednesday. MFFs supply easily accessible liquid assets to business start-ups and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), but can be vulnerable to panic runs on their money. (Read more: New rules make cash flow investments by start-ups and SMEs safer )

 

Call to halt new GM maize authorisation

Plenary Session Public health / Food safety05-04-2017 - 13:13

MEPs oppose EU Commission plans to authorise imports of food and feed products derived from or containing a herbicide and pest-resistant genetically modified (GM) maize in a resolution voted on Wednesday. It highlights the lack of data on the many sub-combinations of the variety - all of which would also be authorised - and reiterates Parliament’s call for a reform of the EU’s GMO authorisation procedure. (Read more: Call to halt new GM maize authorisation )

 

Plans to make it easier to move money around within the EU’s long-run budget, to help tackle urgent challenges such as the migration crisis, strengthening security, boosting growth and creating jobs, were backed by Parliament on Wednesday. MEPs have long fought for greater flexibility within the Multi-annual Financial Framework (MFF), which would apply for the remainder of the 2014-2020 MFF. (Read more: MEPs back budget flexibility: €6bn more for jobs, growth and tackling migration )

 

MEPs have approved €71,524,810 in EU aid to repair damage caused by floods in the UK from December 2015 to January 2016, drought and fires in Cyprus from October 2015 to June 2016 and fires on the Portuguese island of Madeira in August 2016, in a vote on Wednesday. The aid comes from the EU Solidarity Fund (EUSF). (Read more: MEPs approve €71.5m in EU aid after natural disasters in UK, Cyprus, Portugal )

 

New rules to protect investors and help SMEs access diverse sources of capital

Plenary Session Economic and monetary affairs05-04-2017 - 12:52

Uniform rules on the information given in investor prospectuses were approved by Parliament on Wednesday. They aim to protect investors, create a more efficient single capital market and ease small firms’ access to finance. (Read more: New rules to protect investors and help SMEs access diverse sources of capital )

 

Medical devices: more safety, more traceability

Plenary Session Public health05-04-2017 - 12:47

Stricter rules to ensure that medical devices such as breast or hip implants are traceable and comply with EU patient safety requirements were backed by MEPs on Wednesday. MEPs also approved laws to tighten up information and ethical requirements for diagnostic medical devices, e.g. for pregnancy or DNA testing. (Read more: Medical devices: more safety, more traceability )

 

Brexit: MEPs to put people first during the negotiations

Plenary Session European citizenship04-04-2017 - 16:31
 

The UK and the EU will soon start talks to determine the terms of their new relationship and any resulting agreement would have to be approved by the European Parliament. Tomorrow MEPs debate Parliament’s priorities and vote on them afterwards. A key principle will be to ensure that the interests of people are safeguarded . Watch our video for a reminder of the benefits of being an EU citizen. (Read more: Brexit: MEPs to put people first during the negotiations )

 

German President: "Europe is complicated but worth the effort"

Plenary Session Institutions04-04-2017 - 14:05
German President Frank-Walter Steinmeie  

German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier made a passionate plea in favour of the EU during a speech in the plenary chamber on Tuesday 4 April. "We should not give up on this valuable heritage and leave it up to the opponents of Europe. We need to safeguard it, look after it and improve it - that is our historic duty!" he said. "It's up to us to ensure the European dream is passed on to the next generation." (Read more: German President: "Europe is complicated but worth the effort" )

 

Car emissions: MEPs urge EU Commission and member states to clean up their act

Plenary Session Free movement of goods / Consumers / Environment04-04-2017 - 13:32
Exhausts emissions of a car ©AP Images/European Union-EP  

The fact that diesel cars’ nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions are much higher in real driving conditions than in laboratory tests was known to the EU member states and Commission over a decade ago. They should now act swiftly to improve tests and checks on new cars on EU roads, say MEPs in recommendations voted on Tuesday. In a separate vote, MEPs also amended EU “type approval” rules to make environmental and safety testing more independent, with stricter oversight of cars already on the road. (Read more: Car emissions: MEPs urge EU Commission and member states to clean up their act )

 

MEPs call for clampdown on imports of unsustainable palm oil and use in biofuel

Plenary Session Environment04-04-2017 - 13:02
Deforestation for oil palm plantations ©AP Images/European Union-EP  

To counter the impact of unsustainable palm oil production, such as deforestation and habitat degradation, particularly in South-East Asia, the EU should introduce a single certification scheme for palm oil entering the EU market and phase out the use of vegetable oils that drive deforestation by 2020, say MEPs in a resolution voted on Tuesday. (Read more: MEPs call for clampdown on imports of unsustainable palm oil and use in biofuel )

 

Greece: EP to debate progress on second review of economic adjustment programme

Plenary Session Economic and monetary affairs04-04-2017 - 11:00

MEPs will again debate the state of play on the second review of the economic adjustment programme for Greece, for the second time this year, on Tuesday at 15.00. (Read more: Greece: EP to debate progress on second review of economic adjustment programme )

 

Opening: EP President to make formal protest to Eurogroup President Dijsselbloem

Plenary Session Institutions03-04-2017 - 18:35
Opening of April plenary_  

Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem’s repeated rejection of invitations to speak to Parliament and offensive remarks in the press were severely criticized by all political groups at Monday’s opening. President Tajani announced that he would send Mr Dijsselbloem a formal letter of protest. Mr Tajani also conveyed Parliament’s condolences to victims of mudslides in Colombia and the terrorist bomb attack on the St Petersburg metro in Russia. (Read more: Opening: EP President to make formal protest to Eurogroup President Dijsselbloem )

 

Interview: working together to tackle migration and refugee flows

Plenary Session Asylum policy / Budget03-04-2017 - 15:00
MEPs Elena Valenciano (S&D, ES) and Agustín Díaz de Mera (EPP, ES) told us how to address the situation on migration flows.  

Some 244 million people were living abroad in 2015, including more than 20 million refugees forced to leave their country due to conflicts or human rights violations. On 5 April MEPs vote on a report regarding migration movements. According to report authors Agustín Díaz de Mera and Elena Valenciano, migration flows are a global responsibility requiring a global response. Read on for an overview of the current situation and how Díaz de Mera and Valenciano believe it should be tackled. (Read more: Interview: working together to tackle migration and refugee flows )

 

Palm oil: the high cost of cultivating the cheap vegetable oil

Plenary Session Environment / Public health03-04-2017 - 09:54
 

Palm oil is extensively used in food, cosmetics and biofuels, however the unsustainable production of the cheap vegetable oil leads to deforestation, loss of nature habitats and greenhouse gas emissions. MEPS vote on 4 April on a report by Czech GUE member Kateřina Konečná calling on the European Commission to take measures to ensure among others the phasing out of palm oil in biofuels by 2020 and a single certification scheme for palm oil entering the EU market. (Read more: Palm oil: the high cost of cultivating the cheap vegetable oil )

 
 
Plenary agenda
 
03-04-2017 -
17:00 - 23:00
Debates
 
 
Resumption of session and order of business
 
European Solidarity Corps
Report:O-000022/2017 European Commission EMPL
Report:O-000020/2017 European Commission CULT
 
Commission’s answers to written questions
Report:O-000003/2017 European Commission
 
Trafficking in human beings
Report:O-000024/2017 European Commission
 
Palm oil and deforestation of rainforests
Report:A8-0066/2017
Rapporteur: Kateřina Konečná
ENVI
 
Fraudulent practices in the Brazilian meat sector
Report:O-000025/2017 European Commission AGRI
 
Characteristics for fishing vessels
Report:A8-0376/2016 ***I
Rapporteur: Werner Kuhn
PECH
 
Short presentation of the following report:
Women and their roles in rural areas
Report:A8-0058/2017
Rapporteur: Marijana Petir
Rapporteur: Maria Lidia Senra Rodríguez
FEMM AGRI
 
One-minute speeches (Rule 163)
 
 
 
04-04-2017 -
08:30 - 11:50
Debates
 
 
Inquiry into emission measurements in the automotive sector
Report:A8-0049/2017
Rapporteur: Gerben-Jan Gerbrandy
Rapporteur: Jens Gieseke
EMIS
 
Approval and market surveillance of motor vehicles and their trailers, and of systems, components and separate technical units intended for such vehicles
Report:A8-0048/2017 ***I
Rapporteur: Daniel Dalton
IMCO
 
 
04-04-2017 -
12:00 - 12:30
Formal sitting
 
 
Address by Frank-Walter Steinmeier, President of the Federal Republic of Germany
 
 
04-04-2017 -
12:30 - 14:30
VOTES followed by explanations of votes
 
 
Characteristics for fishing vessels
Report:A8-0376/2016 ***I
Rapporteur: Werner Kuhn
PECH
 
Approval and market surveillance of motor vehicles and their trailers, and of systems, components and separate technical units intended for such vehicles
Report:A8-0048/2017 ***I
Rapporteur: Daniel Dalton
IMCO
 
Palm oil and deforestation of rainforests
Report:A8-0066/2017
Rapporteur: Kateřina Konečná
ENVI
 
Women and their roles in rural areas
Report:A8-0058/2017
Rapporteur: Marijana Petir
Rapporteur: Maria Lidia Senra Rodríguez
FEMM AGRI
 
Draft recommendation following the inquiry into emission measurements in the automotive sector
 
 
04-04-2017 -
15:00 - 23:00
Debates
 
 
State of play of the second review of the economic adjustment programme for Greece
 
Joint debate - Medical devices
Medical devices
Report:A8-0068/2017 ***II
Rapporteur: Glenis Willmott
ENVI
In vitro diagnostic medical devices
Report:A8-0069/2017 ***II
Rapporteur: Peter Liese
ENVI
 
Addressing refugee and migrant movements: the role of EU External Action
Report:A8-0045/2017
Rapporteur: Elena Valenciano
Rapporteur: Agustín Díaz de Mera García Consuegra
AFET DEVE
 
Joint debate - MFF revision
Multiannual financial framework for 2014-2020
Report:A8-0110/2017 ***
Rapporteur: Isabelle Thomas
Rapporteur: Jan Olbrycht
BUDG
Multiannual financial framework for 2014-2020 (Resolution)
Report:A8-0117/2017
Rapporteur: Isabelle Thomas
Rapporteur: Jan Olbrycht
BUDG
Mobilisation of the Contingency Margin
Report:A8-0104/2017
Rapporteur: Isabelle Thomas
Rapporteur: Jan Olbrycht
BUDG
 
Money market funds
Report:A8-0041/2015 ***I
Rapporteur: Neena Gill
ECON
 
Prospectus to be published when securities are offered to the public or admitted to trading
Report:A8-0238/2016 ***I
Rapporteur: Petr Ježek
ECON
 
 
 
05-04-2017 -
09:00 - 11:50
KEY DEBATE
 
 
Negotiations with the United Kingdom following its notification that it intends to withdraw from the European Union
 
 
05-04-2017 -
12:00 - 14:00
VOTES followed by explanations of votes
 
 
Negotiations with the United Kingdom following its notification that it intends to withdraw from the European Union
 
Certain aspects of company law
Report:A8-0088/2017 ***I
Rapporteur: Tadeusz Zwiefka
JURI
 
Ratification and accession to the 2010 Protocol to the Hazardous and Noxious Substances Convention with the exception of aspects related to judicial cooperation in civil matters
Report:A8-0076/2017 ***
Rapporteur: Pavel Svoboda
JURI
 
Ratification and accession to the 2010 Protocol to the Hazardous and Noxious Substances Convention with regard to aspects related to judicial cooperation in civil matters
Report:A8-0078/2017 ***
Rapporteur: Pavel Svoboda
JURI
 
Application of the provisions of the Schengen acquis relating to the Schengen Information System in Croatia
Report:A8-0073/2017 *
Rapporteur: Nuno Melo
LIBE
 
Medical devices
Report:A8-0068/2017 ***II
Rapporteur: Glenis Willmott
ENVI
 
In vitro diagnostic medical devices
Report:A8-0069/2017 ***II
Rapporteur: Peter Liese
ENVI
 
Money market funds
Report:A8-0041/2015 ***I
Rapporteur: Neena Gill
ECON
 
Prospectus to be published when securities are offered to the public or admitted to trading
Report:A8-0238/2016 ***I
Rapporteur: Petr Ježek
ECON
 
Multiannual financial framework for 2014-2020
Report:A8-0110/2017 ***
Rapporteur: Isabelle Thomas
Rapporteur: Jan Olbrycht
BUDG
 
Multiannual financial framework for 2014-2020 (Resolution)
Report:A8-0117/2017
Rapporteur: Isabelle Thomas
Rapporteur: Jan Olbrycht
BUDG
 
Mobilisation of the Contingency Margin
Report:A8-0104/2017
Rapporteur: Isabelle Thomas
Rapporteur: Jan Olbrycht
BUDG
 
Estimates of revenue and expenditure for the financial year 2018 – Section I – European Parliament
Report:A8-0156/2017
Rapporteur: Richard Ashworth
BUDG
 
Draft Amending Budget No 1/2017 accompanying the proposal to mobilise the EU Solidarity Fund to provide assistance to the United Kingdom, Cyprus and Portugal
Report:A8-0155/2017
Rapporteur: Jens Geier
BUDG
 
Mobilisation of the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund: application EGF/2017/000 TA 2017 - Technical assistance at the initiative of the Commission
Report:A8-0157/2017
Rapporteur: Victor Negrescu
BUDG
 
Mobilisation of the EU Solidarity Fund to provide assistance to the United Kingdom, Cyprus and Portugal
Report:A8-0154/2017
Rapporteur: José Manuel Fernandes
BUDG
 
Automated data exchange with regard to dactyloscopic data in Latvia
Report:A8-0089/2017 *
Rapporteur: Claude Moraes
LIBE
 
Automated data exchange with regard to DNA data in Slovakia, Portugal, Latvia, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Cyprus, Poland, Sweden, Malta and Belgium
Report:A8-0091/2017 *
Rapporteur: Judith Sargentini
LIBE
 
Automated data exchange with regard to dactyloscopic data in Slovakia, Bulgaria, France, Czech Republic, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Hungary, Cyprus, Estonia, Malta, Romania and Finland
Report:A8-0092/2017 *
Rapporteur: Tomáš Zdechovský
LIBE
 
Automatic exchange of data concerning vehicles registered in Finland, Slovenia, Romania, Poland, Sweden, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Slovakia and Hungary
Report:A8-0095/2017 *
Rapporteur: Filiz Hyusmenova
LIBE
 
Automated data exchange with regard to vehicle registration data in Malta, Cyprus and Estonia
Report:A8-0090/2017 *
Rapporteur: Maria Grapini
LIBE
 
Objection pursuant to Rule 106: Authorization of genetically modified maize Bt11 × 59122 × MIR604 × 1507 × GA21
 
Addressing refugee and migrant movements: the role of EU External Action
Report:A8-0045/2017
Rapporteur: Elena Valenciano
Rapporteur: Agustín Díaz de Mera García Consuegra
AFET DEVE
 
 
05-04-2017 -
15:00 - 23:00
Debates
 
 
Hate speech, populism, and fake news on social media – towards an EU response
 
Wholesale roaming markets
Report:A8-0372/2016 ***I
Rapporteur: Miapetra Kumpula-Natri
ITRE
 
Third countries whose nationals are subject to or exempt from a visa requirement: Ukraine
Report:A8-0274/2016 ***I
Rapporteur: Mariya Gabriel
LIBE
 
Situation in Venezuela
 
Adequacy of the protection afforded by the EU-US privacy Shield
 
2016 Report on the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
Report:A8-0055/2017
Rapporteur: Ivo Vajgl
AFET
 
Recommendation to Council about the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW)
Report:O-000027/2017 Council of the European Union FEMM
 
 
 
06-04-2017 -
09:00 - 11:50
Debates
 
 
International Roma Day
Report:O-000017/2017 European Commission
Report:O-000016/2017 Council of the European Union
 
Debates on cases of breaches of human rights, democracy and the rule of law (Rule 135)
Russia, the arrest of Alexei Navalny and other protestors
Belarus
Bangladesh, including child marriages
 
 
06-04-2017 -
12:00 - 14:00
VOTES followed by explanations of votes
 
 
Motions for resolutions concerning debates on cases of breaches of human rights, democracy and the rule of law (Rule 135)
 
Wholesale roaming markets
Report:A8-0372/2016 ***I
Rapporteur: Miapetra Kumpula-Natri
ITRE
 
Third countries whose nationals are subject to or exempt from a visa requirement: Ukraine
Report:A8-0274/2016 ***I
Rapporteur: Mariya Gabriel
LIBE
 
European Solidarity Corps
Report:O-000022/2017 European Commission EMPL
Report:O-000020/2017 European Commission CULT
 
Adequacy of the protection afforded by the EU-US privacy Shield
 
 
06-04-2017 -
15:00 - 17:00
Major interpellations
 
 
Major interpellations (Rule 130b)
 
 
 
Proposed report during the session
 
REPORT on addressing refugee and migrant movements: the role of EU External Action
Reference: A8-0045/2017

Date:
22-02-2017
Elena Valenciano
Agustín Díaz de Mera García Consuegra
AFET DEVE
 
REPORT on women and their roles in rural areas
Reference: A8-0058/2017

Date:
08-03-2017
Maria Lidia Senra Rodríguez
Marijana Petir
FEMM AGRI
 
 
REPORT on addressing refugee and migrant movements: the role of EU External Action
Reference: A8-0045/2017

Date:
22-02-2017
Elena Valenciano
Agustín Díaz de Mera García Consuegra
AFET DEVE
 
RECOMMENDATION on the draft Council decision on the ratification and accession by Member States, in the interest of the European Union, to the Protocol of 2010 to the International Convention on Liability and Compensation for Damage in Connection with the Carriage of Hazardous and Noxious Substances by Sea, with the exception of aspects related to judicial cooperation in civil matters
Reference: A8-0076/2017

Date:
27-03-2017
Pavel Svoboda
JURI
 
RECOMMENDATION on the draft Council decision on the ratification and accession by Member States, in the interest of the European Union, to the Protocol of 2010 to the International Convention on Liability and Compensation for Damage in Connection with the Carriage of Hazardous and Noxious Substances by Sea, with regard to the aspects related to judicial cooperation in civil matters
Reference: A8-0078/2017

Date:
27-03-2017
Pavel Svoboda
JURI
 
REPORT on the draft Council implementing decision on the automated data exchange with regard to DNA data in Slovakia, Portugal, Latvia, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Cyprus, Poland, Sweden, Malta and Belgium and replacing Decisions 2010/689/EU, 2011/472/EU, 2011/715/EU, 2011/887/EU, 2012/58/EU, 2012/299/EU, 2012/445/EU, 2012/673/EU, 2013/3/EU, 2013/148/EU, 2013/152/EU and 2014/410/EU
Reference: A8-0091/2017

Date:
28-03-2017
Judith Sargentini
LIBE
 
REPORT on the draft Council implementing decision on the automated data exchange with regard to dactyloscopic data in Slovakia, Bulgaria, France, Czech Republic, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Hungary, Cyprus, Estonia, Malta, Romania and Finland and replacing Decisions 2010/682/EU, 2010/758/EU, 2011/355/EU, 2011/434/EU, 2011/888/EU, 2012/46/EU, 2012/446/EU, 2012/672/EU, 2012/710/EU, 2013/153/EU, 2013/229/EU and 2013/792/EU
Reference: A8-0092/2017

Date:
28-03-2017
Tomáš Zdechovský
LIBE
 
REPORT on the draft Council implementing decision on the automated data exchange with regard to vehicle registration data in Finland, Slovenia, Romania, Poland, Sweden, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Slovakia and Hungary and replacing Decisions 2010/559/EU, 2011/387/EU, 2011/547/EU, 2012/236/EU, 2012/664/EU, 2012/713/EU, 2013/230/EU, 2013/692/EU and 2014/264/EU
Reference: A8-0095/2017

Date:
28-03-2017
Filiz Hyusmenova
LIBE