EU budget and economic governance. Parliament's key debate will be on the upcoming EU summit on economic governance and the EU's long-term budget. On the latter, it will vote a resolution setting out the mandate to negotiate the multiannual EU budget for 2014-2020 with the Irish Presidency of the Council. The long-term budget proposal needs Parliament's assent. (Wednesday) Parliament will also vote on general guidelines for managing the EU's 2014 annual budget. (Debate Tuesday, vote Wednesday)
Budgetary discipline and surveillance. MEPs will vote on a deal reached with member states on budgetary discipline and surveillance. These "two pack" laws will step up Commission powers to vet Eurozone countries' budgets for fiscal soundness, but also subject them to stronger democratic checks and balances. (Wednesday)
Agricultural policy reform. Parliament is set to vote amendments to legislation reforming the EU's farming policy. The vote will pave the way for negotiations with member states, which are to start in late March. (Debate Tuesday, vote Wednesday). The EP press service will hold a seminar for journalists on Wednesday.
Consumer protection. MEPs will vote on a deal with member states governments to ensure that EU shoppers with complaints against traders over goods or services will be able to use cheap, fast and fair mediation to settle them, rather than lengthy court cases. These laws will govern both on-line and alternative dispute resolution. (Tuesday)
Number of MEPs per country. When Croatia joins the EU, the distribution of EP seats among member states will need to be revised to comply with the 751-seat limit set by the Lisbon Treaty. To keep EU countries' losses to a minimum, 12 would each lose one seat and no member state would gain any, under the solution to be voted. (Debate Tuesday, vote Wednesday)
Israeli President. President Shimon Peres of Israel will deliver a formal speech to the House at noon, followed by a press conference with EP President Schulz. (Tuesday)
International Women's Day. In the context of International Women's Day on 8 March, MEPs will vote a number of resolutions saying that crisis-driven budget and social spending cuts hit women harder than men and must be offset by investing in job training and female entrepreneurship. (Debate Monday, vote Tuesday)
President's agenda. EP President Martin Schulz will meet recently-elected Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades in Brussels on Thursday, before taking part in the European summit, and giving a press conference. On Friday Mr Schulz will chair a meeting of the presidium of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Union for the Mediterranean in Barcelona.