Food issues/GMOs in Europe. The Environment Committee votes on Commission plans to allow individual Member States to decide whether to ban cultivation of genetically modified crops. The same committee will discuss its second reading position on food labelling and measures to ensure the safety of food and feed products from Japan following the nuclear accident (all Tuesday). The Agriculture Committee meanwhile debates the proposed food quality regulation (Monday).
Charges for lorries. The Transport Committee votes at second reading on new rules covering the charges levied on heavy goods vehicles transiting EU countries - the so-called Eurovignette scheme (Tuesday).
Investor compensation. Legislation aiming to protect investors from fraudulent schemes such as that run by Bernard Madoff comes to a vote in the Economics Committee (Wednesday).
Financial crisis. The Chair of the US Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, Phil Angelides, will discuss his report with the Parliament's special committee on the financial crisis and join MEPs for a press conference (Monday).
Radio spectrum. The Industry Committee votes on plans to make more radio spectrum available for mobile broadband services (Tuesday).
Western Balkans Joint Parliamentary Meeting. EP President Jerzy Buzek welcomes MEPs and national MPs from around Europe to a meeting, co-organised with the Hungarian Parliament, on increasing the integration of the Western Balkans with the rest of Europe. Participants include Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and Commission President José Manuel Barroso (Wednesday-Thursday).
President's diary. Jerzy Buzek has meetings with, among others, the acting President of Moldova, Marian Lupu (Monday), European Council President Herman Van Rompuy and, for a discussion on the future size and shape of the EU budget, with Mr Orbán and Mr Barroso (all Thursday).