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02-07-2015 - 16:47
 
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Plenary highlights: Greece, TTIP, emissions trading reform

Plenary Session Institutions10-07-2015 - 09:10
 

The Greece debt crisis took centre stage during July's plenary session, as Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras came to Strasbourg to discuss the search for solutions. MEPs also adopted their recommendations for Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) and approved a reform of the EU's emissions trading scheme that should boost incentives for green investments. Read on for our summary of what happened in Strasbourg in a busy summer week. (Read more: Plenary highlights: Greece, TTIP, emissions trading reform )

 

Human rights: Cambodian NGO law, DRC activists, Nabeel Rajab, Sudan

Plenary Session Development and cooperation / External relations09-07-2015 - 17:31

MEPs call, in four separate resolutions, for the withdrawal of the Cambodian government's law on NGOs and trade unions; the release of Yves Makwambala and Fred Bauma in the DRC; the release of human rights defender Nabeel Rajab in Bahrain; and of two Christian pastors detained in Sudan, Michael Yat and Peter Yen Reith. (Read more: Human rights: Cambodian NGO law, DRC activists, Nabeel Rajab, Sudan )

 

20 years after the Srebrenica genocide: Parliament says "never again"

Plenary Session External relations09-07-2015 - 13:58

Parliament condemned in the strongest possible terms the genocide in Srebrenica of 11 July 1995 and said that "such horrendous crimes must never happen again", in a vote on Thursday. MEPs regret that the UN Security Council failed to pass a resolution commemorating the genocide and call for acceleration of war crimes prosecution at international and domestic level. (Read more: 20 years after the Srebrenica genocide: Parliament says "never again" )

 

Copyright reform: promote cultural diversity and ensure access to it, say MEPs

Plenary Session Justice and home affairs09-07-2015 - 13:54
Atomium Brussels  

Forthcoming proposals to reform EU copyright law for the digital era must ensure a fair balance between the rights and interests of both creators and consumers, said MEPs on Thursday. They called for ways to improve access to online content across borders, while recognizing the importance of territorial licences, particularly for TV and film productions. (Read more: Copyright reform: promote cultural diversity and ensure access to it, say MEPs )

 

EU Neighbourhood Policy must go back to basics, says EP

Plenary Session Enlargement09-07-2015 - 13:31
 

The European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) must return to its original aim of creating an area of prosperity, stability, security and good neighbourliness, Parliament said on Thursday. The EU must go “back to basics” and place these goals at the top of its agenda, say MEPs. They stress that the revised policy must be more political, differentiated and based on EU values and principles, democracy, the rule of law and human rights. (Read more: EU Neighbourhood Policy must go back to basics, says EP )

 
Computer equipment recycling centre. Cages and pallets of old computer monitors waiting to be recycled at a recycling centre.  

The EU needs to use natural resources more efficiently - a 30% increase in resource productivity by 2030 could boost its GDP by nearly 1% and create an extra 2 million sustainable jobs, say MEPs in a resolution voted on Thursday. But to achieve this growth, it needs binding waste-reduction targets, revamped ecodesign laws and measures to uncouple growth from resource use, they add, calling on the European Commission to table legislation by the end of 2015. (Read more: Circular economy: MEPs call for “systemic change” to address resource scarcity )

 

Capital Markets Union should ease cross-border investment and finance for SMEs

Plenary Session Economic and monetary affairs09-07-2015 - 12:39

The EU Capital Markets Union (CMU) should provide a new, more efficient way to channel savings into small business ventures and protect cross-border investors in the EU, says a non-binding resolution voted on Thursday. MEPs want CMU building blocks, such as a wider range of investment choices, risk mitigation tools and clear information on investment opportunities across the EU to be in place by 2018, so as to complement bank financing. The CMU project was launched earlier this year. (Read more: Capital Markets Union should ease cross-border investment and finance for SMEs )

 

Copyright 2.0: why existing rules need update to make them fit for digital age

Plenary Session Justice and home affairs08-07-2015 - 17:07
infographic illustration  

Copyright rules haven't caught up with today's technological world. For example, consumers are sometimes denied access to online content because of the country they live in. German Greens/EFA member Julia Reda wrote an own initiative report on copyright to feed into upcoming proposals by the European Commission to update current legislation. MEPs debate the report on Thursday 9 July and vote on it afterwards. Check out our infographic and follow the debate. (Read more: Copyright 2.0: why existing rules need update to make them fit for digital age )

 

Parliament adopts CO2 market stability reserve

Plenary Session Environment08-07-2015 - 16:13

A reform of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS), informally agreed with the Latvian Presidency of the Council, was endorsed by Parliament on Wednesday. The reform is intended to reduce the surplus of carbon credits available for trading in order to support the price of the emission rights. The scheme will start operating in 2019. (Read more: Parliament adopts CO2 market stability reserve )

 

Tax: MEPs advocate country-by-country reporting to help developing countries

Plenary Session Development and cooperation08-07-2015 - 15:41

The EU and its member states should make multinationals report their financial performance, tax details, assets and employee numbers country by country, so as to help fight tax evasion and illicit money flows in developing countries, says Parliament in a non-binding resolution voted on Wednesday. MEPs also call on EU financial institutions to ensure that companies receiving EU support do not “participate” in tax evasion. (Read more: Tax: MEPs advocate country-by-country reporting to help developing countries )

 

500 workers made redundant by electrical manufacturer Broadcom Communications Finland and two suppliers will get EU aid worth €1.36 million to help them find new jobs, following Parliament's approval of a European Commission proposal on Wednesday. (Read more: EP approves €1.36 million in job search aid for redundant workers in Finland )

 

TTIP: ease access to US market, protect EU standards, reform dispute settlement

Plenary Session External/international trade08-07-2015 - 15:10
Debate on TTIP recommendations  

An EU-US trade deal must open up US market access for EU firms, but must not undermine EU standards, say MEPs in recommendations, voted Wednesday, to EU trade negotiators. To settle trade-related investor-state disputes, a new justice system, run by publicly-appointed judges and subject to scrutiny and transparency rules, should replace private arbitration under the Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) system, they add. (Read more: TTIP: ease access to US market, protect EU standards, reform dispute settlement )

 

Corporate governance: MEPs vote to enforce tax transparency

Plenary Session Justice and home affairs08-07-2015 - 14:45
A general view of Deutsche Bank's annual shareholder meeting in Frankfurt/Main, Germany, on May 21, 2015  

Large firms and listed companies should have to disclose information, country by country, on profits made, tax paid on profits and public subsidies received, said MEPs on Wednesday in amendments to draft rules intended to boost transparency and foster shareholders’ long-run commitment to companies. They also want to empower shareholders to vote at least every three years on directors' pay policy. (Read more: Corporate governance: MEPs vote to enforce tax transparency )

 

Greece: MEPs debate the country’s situation with Prime Minister Tsipras

Plenary Session Institutions08-07-2015 - 14:43
Debate on Greece where Greek PM Alexis Tsipras addressed the plenary.  

Greece and the best way to resolve the ongoing crisis were hotly debated in plenary on 8 July in the presence of Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. While some MEPs criticised him for his lack of concrete proposals, others praised him while some urged him to take his country out of the eurozone. The debate also took into account the conclusions of the recent European Council on 25-26 June and the euro summit on 7 July. (Read more: Greece: MEPs debate the country’s situation with Prime Minister Tsipras )

 

Luxembourg takes over EU presidency at critical moment

Plenary Session Institutions08-07-2015 - 14:32

Political group speakers debated the priorities for the next six months under the incoming Luxembourg presidency of the Council with Prime Minister Xavier Bettel and Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on Wednesday morning. (Read more: Luxembourg takes over EU presidency at critical moment )

 

The EU must do more to help farmers to earn a fair return from the food supply chain, introduce better tools for dealing with market disturbances and help farmers to find new outlets for produce shut out of the Russian market, MEPs say in two non-binding resolutions voted on Tuesday. Member states should help them join forces in producer organisations to boost their bargaining power, they add. (Read more: Milk, fruit, vegetables: help farmers earn fair incomes and resist market shocks )

 

Integrated ticketing for travel across EU borders using more than one mode of transport would increase the use of public transport, said MEPs on Tuesday. They call on EU countries to improve and connect timetables and on providers to develop multimodal cross-border "journey planners". If there is no progress by 2020 they will call for legislation. (Read more: Boost efforts to provide single ticketing for trips across EU borders, say MEPs )

 

Parliament approves an extra €69.6 million to help cope with migrants

Plenary Session Budget07-07-2015 - 13:41

Three agencies managing migration flows into the EU and two EU funds for migration measures should get a €69.6 million budget boost for extra staff and other expenses for this year, after Parliament backed a European Commission proposal on Tuesday. Parliament has been calling for the bigger budgets in the wake of the April tragedies that cost the lives of around 1,200 migrants. (Read more: Parliament approves an extra €69.6 million to help cope with migrants )

 

€66.5 million for flood damage repairs in Romania, Bulgaria and Italy

Plenary Session Budget07-07-2015 - 13:35

Romania, Bulgaria and Italy will receive €66.5 million in total for compensation to cover part of the cost of emergency measures taken during the 2014 floods, after Parliament approved a Commission proposal for this on Tuesday. The aid is covered by the European Solidarity Fund. (Read more: €66.5 million for flood damage repairs in Romania, Bulgaria and Italy )

 

EU response to Greece dominates debate on outgoing Latvian presidency

Plenary Session Institutions07-07-2015 - 11:36
Weber, Pittella, Zile _Verhostadt, Harms, Nuttall_ Buonanno, Straujuma, Junker  

Greece and the referendum on the bail-out proposals were the focus of the 7 July plenary debate on the outgoing Latvian presidency of the Council. Latvian Prime Minister Laimdota Straujuma also discussed the challenges and the achievements of the outgoing Council presidency with MEPs and Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission (Read more: EU response to Greece dominates debate on outgoing Latvian presidency )

 

Opening: remembering Srebrenica

Plenary Session Institutions06-07-2015 - 18:46
Plenary opening July 2015_  

The massacre of 8,000 men and boys in the Bosnian town of Srebrenica 20 years ago was commemorated by EP President Martin Schulz in his opening address and in a minute’s silence. (Read more: Opening: remembering Srebrenica )

 

Bernd Lange on TTIP: "We have to be transparent"

Plenary Session External/international trade06-07-2015 - 17:58
Press conference of Bernd Lange on the EU-US trade deal  

Parliament is finalising its recommendations on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). They will be debated by MEPs on Tuesday and voted on Wednesday. The vote on the EP recommendations was postponed in June due to the large number of amendments. Now it seems a compromise could be possible. We talked to German S&D member Bernd Lange, chair of the international trade committee and responsible for drafting the Parliament's recommendations, to find out more. (Read more: Bernd Lange on TTIP: "We have to be transparent" )

 

Circular economy: the importance of re-using products and materials

Plenary Session Economic and monetary affairs03-07-2015 - 12:30
 

The average European consumes 14 tonnes of raw materials and generates five tonnes of waste a year. These figures look alarming considering our resources are limited, but there might be a solution. Many products and materials can be reused or repaired, thus reducing waste. On Monday MEPs debate a report that calls on the European Commission to put forward an ambitious proposal to facilitate a transition towards a circular economy, where products are designed in order to facilitate reuse. (Read more: Circular economy: the importance of re-using products and materials )

 

Debate: should the freedom of panorama be introduced all over the EU?

Plenary Session Judicial cooperation02-07-2015 - 10:04
Paris panorama by night. View on La Defense from Eiffel Tower. ©BELGA_EASYFOTOSTOCK  

Should people have the right to create and share images and photographs of public buildings without having to compensate for the use of copyright? The so-called freedom of panorama already exists in some EU countries, but MEPs are now considering whether it should be extended to all member states. As they will debate it on 9 July, we asked two MEPs on opposing sides of the issue why they think it would be a good or a bad thing. (Read more: Debate: should the freedom of panorama be introduced all over the EU? )

 
 
Plenary agenda
 
06-07-2015 -
17:00 - 23:00
Debates
 
 
Resumption of session and order of business
 
Statement by the President - Srebrenica commemoration
 
Building a Capital markets union
Report:O-000075/2015 European Commission ECON
 
Resource efficiency: moving towards a circular economy
Report:A8-0215/2015
Rapporteur: Sirpa Pietikäinen
ENVI
 
Review of the implementation of the Dairy package
Report:A8-0187/2015
Rapporteur: James Nicholson
AGRI
 
One-minute speeches (Rule 163)
 
Short presentations of the following reports:
External impact of EU trade and investment policy outside the EU
Report:A8-0182/2015
Rapporteur: Jan Zahradil
INTA
The fruit and vegetables sector since the 2007 reform
Report:A8-0170/2015
Rapporteur: Nuno Melo
AGRI
Delivering multimodal integrated ticketing in Europe
Report:A8-0183/2015
Rapporteur: Dieter-Lebrecht Koch
TRAN
 
 
 
07-07-2015 -
08:30 - 12:50
Debates
 
 
Review of the Latvian Presidency
 
Negotiations for the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP)
Report:A8-0175/2015
Rapporteur: Bernd Lange
INTA
 
 
07-07-2015 -
13:00 - 14:30
VOTES followed by explanations of votes
 
 
Nomination of a Member of the Court of Auditors - Bettina Michelle Jakobsen
Report:A8-0198/2015
Rapporteur: Igor Šoltes
CONT
 
Exercise of the Union’s rights under international trade rules
Report:A8-0203/2015 ***I
Rapporteur: Jiří Maštálka
JURI
 
Protection against injurious pricing of vessels
Report:A8-0202/2015 ***I
Rapporteur: Jiří Maštálka
JURI
 
Fishing opportunities in EU waters for fishing vessels flying the flag of Venezuela off the coast of French Guiana
Report:A8-0195/2015 ***
Rapporteur: João Ferreira
PECH
 
Draft amending budget No 3/2015: surplus from 2014
Report:A8-0219/2015
Rapporteur: Eider Gardiazabal Rubial
BUDG
 
Draft amending budget No 4/2015: mobilisation of the EU Solidarity Fund for Romania, Bulgaria and Italy
Report:A8-0220/2015
Rapporteur: Eider Gardiazabal Rubial
BUDG
 
Mobilisation of the EU Solidarity Fund: Floods in Romania, Bulgaria and Italy
Report:A8-0211/2015
Rapporteur: Siegfried Mureşan
BUDG
 
Delivering multimodal integrated ticketing in Europe
Report:A8-0183/2015
Rapporteur: Dieter-Lebrecht Koch
TRAN
 
Extension of the term of office of the Special Committee on Tax rulings and other measures similar in nature or effect
 
Draft amending budget No 1/2015: European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI)
Report:A8-0221/2015
Rapporteur: Eider Gardiazabal Rubial
BUDG
 
Draft amending budget No 5/2015 - Responding to migratory pressures
Report:A8-0212/2015
Rapporteur: Eider Gardiazabal Rubial
BUDG
 
Review of the implementation of the Dairy package
Report:A8-0187/2015
Rapporteur: James Nicholson
AGRI
 
External impact of EU trade and investment policy outside the EU
Report:A8-0182/2015
Rapporteur: Jan Zahradil
INTA
 
The fruit and vegetables sector since the 2007 reform
Report:A8-0170/2015
Rapporteur: Nuno Melo
AGRI
 
 
07-07-2015 -
15:00 - 23:00
Debates
 
 
Preparation of the Commission Work Programme 2016
 
Long-term shareholder engagement and corporate governance statement
Report:A8-0158/2015 ***I
Rapporteur: Sergio Gaetano Cofferati
JURI
 
Market stability reserve for the Union greenhouse gas emission trading scheme
Report:A8-0029/2015 ***I
Rapporteur: Ivo Belet
ENVI
 
2016 Budget - Mandate for the trilogue
Report:A8-0217/2015
Rapporteur: José Manuel Fernandes
BUDG
 
European Agenda on Security
Report:O-000065/2015 European Commission LIBE
Report:O-000064/2015 Council of the European Union LIBE
 
Joint debate - Employment policies
Guidelines for the employment policies of the Member States
Report:A8-0205/2015 *
Rapporteur: Laura Agea
EMPL
Green employment initiative
Report:A8-0204/2015
Rapporteur: Jean Lambert
EMPL
 
Joint debate - Financing for development
UN International conference on financing for development (13-16 July 2015)
Tax avoidance and tax evasion as challenges in developing countries
Report:A8-0184/2015
Rapporteur: Elly Schlein
DEVE
 
 
 
08-07-2015 -
08:30 - 12:50
KEY DEBATES
 
 
Programme of activities of the Luxembourg Presidency
 
Conclusions of the European Council (25-26 June 2015) and of the Euro Summit (7 July 2015) and the current situation in Greece
 
 
08-07-2015 -
13:00 - 14:30
VOTES followed by explanations of votes
 
 
Negotiations for the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP)
Report:A8-0175/2015
Rapporteur: Bernd Lange
INTA
 
Stabilisation and Association Agreement with the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (protocol to take account of the accession of Croatia)
Report:A8-0188/2015 ***
Rapporteur: Ivo Vajgl
AFET
 
Stabilisation and Association Agreement with Serbia (protocol to take account of the accession of Croatia)
Report:A8-0189/2015 ***
Rapporteur: David McAllister
AFET
 
Scientific and technological cooperation with India: renewal of the agreement
Report:A8-0179/2015 ***
Rapporteur: Jerzy Buzek
ITRE
 
Scientific and technological cooperation with the Faroe Islands: Horizon 2020
Report:A8-0180/2015 ***
Rapporteur: Jerzy Buzek
ITRE
 
Long-term shareholder engagement and corporate governance statement
Report:A8-0158/2015 ***I
Rapporteur: Sergio Gaetano Cofferati
JURI
 
Market stability reserve for the Union greenhouse gas emission trading scheme
Report:A8-0029/2015 ***I
Rapporteur: Ivo Belet
ENVI
 
Seafarers
Report:A8-0127/2015 ***I
Rapporteur: Elisabeth Morin-Chartier
EMPL
 
Scientific and technological cooperation with Switzerland: Horizon 2020 and ITER activities
Report:A8-0181/2015 ***
Rapporteur: Jerzy Buzek
ITRE
 
Guidelines for the employment policies of the Member States
Report:A8-0205/2015 *
Rapporteur: Laura Agea
EMPL
 
Mobilisation of the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund: application EGF/2015/001 FI/Broadcom
Report:A8-0210/2015
Rapporteur: Petri Sarvamaa
BUDG
 
2016 Budget - Mandate for the trilogue
Report:A8-0217/2015
Rapporteur: José Manuel Fernandes
BUDG
 
Green employment initiative
Report:A8-0204/2015
Rapporteur: Jean Lambert
EMPL
 
Tax avoidance and tax evasion as challenges in developing countries
Report:A8-0184/2015
Rapporteur: Elly Schlein
DEVE
 
 
08-07-2015 -
15:00 - 23:00
Debates
 
 
Recent terrorist attacks
 
EU support to Tunisia
 
Future EU-Cuba relations
 
Situation in Yemen
 
Annual report on Human Rights in the world in 2014
 
The EU's role in the Middle East peace process
 
Security challenges in the Middle East and North Africa and prospects for political stability
Report:A8-0193/2015
Rapporteur: Vincent Peillon
AFET
 
Review of the European neighbourhood policy
Report:A8-0194/2015
Rapporteur: Eduard Kukan
AFET
 
 
 
09-07-2015 -
08:30 - 11:50
Debates
 
 
Srebrenica commemoration
 
Maximum permitted levels of radioactive contamination following a nuclear accident
Report:A8-0176/2015 *
Rapporteur: Esther Herranz García
ENVI
 
Harmonisation of certain aspects of copyright and related rights
Report:A8-0209/2015
Rapporteur: Julia Reda
JURI
 
Short presentation of the following report:
Evaluation of activities of the European Endowment for Democracy (EED)
Report:A8-0177/2015
Rapporteur: Andrzej Grzyb
AFET
 
 
09-07-2015 -
12:00 - 14:00
VOTES followed by explanations of votes
 
 
Resource efficiency: moving towards a circular economy
Report:A8-0215/2015
Rapporteur: Sirpa Pietikäinen
ENVI
 
Maximum permitted levels of radioactive contamination following a nuclear accident
Report:A8-0176/2015 *
Rapporteur: Esther Herranz García
ENVI
 
Building a Capital markets union
Report:O-000075/2015 European Commission ECON
 
European Agenda on Security
Report:O-000065/2015 European Commission LIBE
Report:O-000064/2015 Council of the European Union LIBE
 
Preparation of the Commission Work Programme 2016
 
Situation in Yemen
 
Security challenges in the Middle East and North Africa and prospects for political stability
Report:A8-0193/2015
Rapporteur: Vincent Peillon
AFET
 
Review of the European neighbourhood policy
Report:A8-0194/2015
Rapporteur: Eduard Kukan
AFET
 
Harmonisation of certain aspects of copyright and related rights
Report:A8-0209/2015
Rapporteur: Julia Reda
JURI
 
Evaluation of activities of the European Endowment for Democracy (EED)
Report:A8-0177/2015
Rapporteur: Andrzej Grzyb
AFET
 
Situation in Burundi
 
Srebrenica commemoration
 
 
09-07-2015 -
15:00 - 16:00
Debates
 
 
Debates on cases of breaches of human rights, democracy and the rule of law (Rule 135)
Cambodia's draft laws on NGOs and trade unions
The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), in particular the case of two detained human rights activists Yves Makwambala and Fred Bauma
Bahrain, in particular the case of Nabeel Rajab
Situation of two Christian pastors in Sudan
 
 
09-07-2015 -
16:00 - 17:00
VOTES (at the end of the preceding debates)
 
 
Motions for resolutions concerning debates on cases of breaches of human rights, democracy and the rule of law (Rule 135)
 
 
 
Proposed report during the session
 
 
REPORT on the amended proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council laying down Union procedures in the field of the common commercial policy in order to ensure the exercise of the Union’s rights under international trade rules, in particular those established under the auspices of the World Trade Organization (codified text)
Reference: A8-0203/2015

Date:
22-06-2015
Jiří Maštálka
JURI
 
REPORT on the proposal for a decision of the European Parliament and of the Council on mobilisation of the European Union Solidarity Fund, in accordance with point 11 of the Interinstitutional Agreement of 2 December 2013 between the European Parliament, the Council and the Commission on budgetary discipline, on cooperation in budgetary matters and on sound financial management (floods in Romania, Bulgaria and Italy)
Reference: A8-0211/2015

Date:
25-06-2015
Siegfried Mureşan
BUDG
 
REPORT on the Council position on Draft amending budget No 1/2015 of the European Union for the financial year 2015, Section III – Commission, accompanying the proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on the European Fund for Strategic Investments and amending Regulations (EU) No 1291/2013 and (EU) No 1316/2013
Reference: A8-0221/2015

Date:
30-06-2015
Eider Gardiazabal Rubial
BUDG
 
 
RECOMMENDATION on the draft Council decision on the conclusion of the Agreement for scientific and technological cooperation between the European Union and European Atomic Energy Community and the Swiss Confederation associating the Swiss Confederation to Horizon 2020 - the Framework Programme for Research and Innovation and the Research and Training Programme of the European Atomic Energy Community complementing Horizon 2020, and regulating the Swiss Confederation's participation in the ITER activities carried out by Fusion for Energy
Reference: A8-0181/2015

Date:
04-06-2015
Jerzy Buzek
ITRE
 
RECOMMENDATION on the draft Council decision on the conclusion, on behalf of the European Union and its Member States, of the Protocol to the Stabilisation and Association Agreement between the European Communities and their Member States, of the one part, and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, of the other part, to take account of the accession of the Republic of Croatia to the European Union
Reference: A8-0188/2015

Date:
16-06-2015
Ivo Vajgl
AFET
 
RECOMMENDATION on the draft Council decision on the conclusion, on behalf of the European Union and its Member States, of the Protocol to the Stabilisation and Association Agreement between the European Communities and their Member States, of the one part, and the Republic of Serbia, of the other part, to take account of the accession of the Republic of Croatia to the European Union
Reference: A8-0189/2015

Date:
16-06-2015
David McAllister
AFET
 
REPORT on the proposal for a decision of the European Parliament and of the Council on the mobilisation of the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund, in accordance with point 13 of the Interinstitutional Agreement of 2 December 2013 between the European Parliament, the Council and the Commission on budgetary discipline, on cooperation in budgetary matters and on sound financial management (application EGF/2015/001 FI/Broadcom, from Finland)
Reference: A8-0210/2015

Date:
25-06-2015
Petri Sarvamaa
BUDG