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EP apstiprina ES asociācijas nolīgumu ar Gruziju

Plenārsesija Ārējās attiecības18-12-2014 - 12:55
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Eiropas Parlaments ceturtdienas balsojumā atbalstīja asociācijas nolīgumu ar Gruziju. Nolīgums iedibina abu pušu padziļinātu politisku asociāciju un ekonomisku integrāciju, paredzot pakāpeniski izveidot arī brīvā tirgus režīmu. (Lasīt tālāk: EP apstiprina ES asociācijas nolīgumu ar Gruziju )

 
 

Human rights: Venezuela; Sudan and Mauritania

Plenary Session Development and cooperation / External relations18-12-2014 - 12:01

Parliament passed three resolutions on Thursday, calling on the Venzuelan authorities to withdraw "unfounded" charges against the opposition leader; condemning the arrest of human rights activist Dr Amin Mekki Medani in Sudan; and demanding the immediate release of anti-slavery activist Biram Dah Abeid in Mauritania. (Read more: Human rights: Venezuela; Sudan and Mauritania )

 
 
Režisors ar balvu  

Šodien, 17. decembrī, Eiropas Parlamenta LUX kino balva tika piešķirta Polijas režisora Pāvela Pavļikovskiav filmai "Ida". "Ida" ir stāsts par jaunu bārenei, kas gatavojas kļūt par mūķeni, bet tad iepazīstas ar savu tanti un dodas ceļojumā, lai atklātu savas ģimenes traģisko likteni. Pēc apbalvošanas ceremonijas mēs tikāmies ar filmas režisoru, lai uzzinātu viņa domas par filmas slavas gājienu un Eiropas kino vērtībām. (Lasīt tālāk: Pāvels Pavļikovskis: "Es centos izveidot filmu par universāliem jautājumiem" )

 
 

MEPs secure deal to cap card payment fees

ECON Economic and monetary affairs17-12-2014 - 19:02

The fees that banks charge retailers to process shoppers’ payments should be capped under uniform rules across in the EU following a deal struck by Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee and Council negotiators on Wednesday. The cap would apply to both cross-border and domestic card-based payments and should result in lower costs for consumers. (Read more: MEPs secure deal to cap card payment fees )

 
 

MEPs critical of breaches of freedom of expression in Turkey

Plenary Session External relations17-12-2014 - 18:45

MEPs from all political groups expressed their concerns over the recent arrests of journalists in Turkey and condemned all actions against media freedom, in a plenary debate on Wednesday afternoon. They agreed that the deterioration in the rule of law and fundamental rights in the country is an issue that needs to be tackled. Parliament will put a resolution to a vote in January. (Read more: MEPs critical of breaches of freedom of expression in Turkey )

 
 

MEPs urge EU to step up efforts to help steel industry out of the crisis

Plenary Session Industry17-12-2014 - 13:59

The EU should step up its efforts to help the steel industry out of the crisis, MEPs say in a non-binding resolution voted on Wednesday. They ask the European Commission to ensure that trade deals improve steel export conditions and check that EU competition and state aid rules do not lead to unfairness between EU countries. MEPs also call for investments in workers' education and training as well as in steel research. (Read more: MEPs urge EU to step up efforts to help steel industry out of the crisis )

 
 

New EU Security Strategy must tackle emerging threats, MEPs say

Plenary Session Justice and home affairs17-12-2014 - 13:45

The new Internal Security Strategy for 2015-2019 should be "easily adaptable to evolving situations" with a joined-up approach across the Union to tackle foreign fighters, cyber-security, human trafficking, organised crime, money laundering and corruption, , says a resolution passed by Parliament on Wednesday. (Read more: New EU Security Strategy must tackle emerging threats, MEPs say )

 
 

Migration: MEPs call on EU countries to share responsibility

Plenary Session Immigration17-12-2014 - 13:34

MEPs call for a comprehensive EU approach to migration and more effort to prevent further loss of life at sea in a resolution passed on Wednesday. Parliament asks the civil liberties committee to assess the various policies at stake, draw up a set of recommendations and report back to plenary with a "strategic initiative report" before the end of 2015. At least 3 072 people died in the Mediterranean Sea in the first nine months of this year. (Read more: Migration: MEPs call on EU countries to share responsibility )

 
 

European Parliament resolution on recognition of Palestine statehood

Plenary Session External relations17-12-2014 - 13:16
A view of the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem, past the Israeli separation wall in Abu Dis in the West Bank, September 29, 2014.  ©BELGA_EYEVINE  

The European Parliament supports "in principle recognition of Palestinian statehood and the two state solution, and believes these should go hand in hand with the development of peace talks, which should be advanced", it says in a resolution passed on Wednesday. To support EU diplomatic efforts in the Middle East peace process, it also decided to launch a “Parliamentarians for Peace” initiative to bring together MEPs and MPs from the Israeli and Palestinian parliaments. (Read more: European Parliament resolution on recognition of Palestine statehood )

 
 

Parliament approves EU budgets for 2014 and 2015

Plenary Session Budget17-12-2014 - 13:00
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Parliament approved the draft EU budget for 2015 and a top-up of the 2014 one on Wednesday. The budget foresees €145.32 billion in commitments and €141.21 billion in payments for 2015, and an extra €4.25 billion to settle unpaid bills in 2014. (Read more: Parliament approves EU budgets for 2014 and 2015 )