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The European Criminal Records Information System (ECRIS), which EU countries use to exchange information on the criminal convictions of EU citizens, should be extended to include non-EU nationals, Civil Liberties Committee MEPs said on Monday. MEPs also want the system to be used to check the criminal records of people seeking to work with children. (Read more: Fighting terrorism: share criminal records of non-EU nationals, too, urge MEPs )

 

The Commission's proposal for a standard EU travel document, to speed up the process of returning non-EU nationals who stay "irregularly" in EU member states without valid passports or identity cards, was endorsed by Civil Liberties Committee MEPs on Monday. Members highlight that many EU countries are currently facing serious difficulties in returning these residents to their home countries in a safe and lawful way. (Read more: MEPs back new EU travel document to ease return of irregular non-EU residents )

 
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Plans to set up an integrated EU border management system, with a flagship European Border and Coast Guard agency, bringing together Frontex and national border management authorities, were backed by the Civil Liberties Committee on Monday. They would enable extra border guard teams to be rapidly deployed to EU countries whose external borders are under pressure. National authorities would still manage their borders on a day-to-day basis, but could seek help from the new agency in a crisis. (Read more: Civil Liberties Committee backs new European Border and Coast Guard )

 

Atzinīgi vērtē jaunos priekšlikumus vienotā digitālā tirgus izveidei

Plenārsesija Preču brīva aprite / Pakalpojumu brīva aprite / Informācijas sabiedrība26-05-2016 - 20:19

Lielākā daļa EP deputātu, kas izteicās trešdienas vakara debatēs ar Komisijas viceprezidentu digitālā tirgus jautājumos Andrusu Ansipu, atzinīgi vērtēja Komisijas tikko publiskotos ierosinājumus ar mērķi paplašināt patērētāju un uzņēmēju iespējas pirkt un pārdot produktus un pakalpojumus tiešsaistē. Parlamentam attiecībā uz vienotā digitālā tirgus izveides tiesību aktiem būs vienlīdzīgas lēmumu pieņemšanas tiesības ar ES ministriem. (Lasīt tālāk: Atzinīgi vērtē jaunos priekšlikumus vienotā digitālā tirgus izveidei )

 

EP deputāti prasa uzlabot “privātuma vairogu”

Plenārsesija Tieslietas un iekšlietas / Ārējās attiecības26-05-2016 - 20:10
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Eiropas Komisijai jāturpina sarunas ar ASV, lai novērstu ierosinātā “privātuma vairoga” nepilnības, kas neļautu pietiekami aizsargāt uz ASV komercdarbības nolūkos pārsūtītos ES iedzīvotāju datus, EP saka ceturtdien pieņemtajā rezolūcijā. (Lasīt tālāk: EP deputāti prasa uzlabot “privātuma vairogu” )

 

EP: jāpalielina patērētāju ietekme uz enerģijas tirgu

Plenārsesija Enerģētika26-05-2016 - 19:37

EP deputāti ceturtdien pieņemtajā rezolūcijā pieprasa sniegt patērētajiem vairāk ietekmes uz ES enerģētikas tirgu. Viņi rosina stimulēt kolektīvo iepirkumu, enerģijas ražošanu mājsaimniecībās, cenu salīdzināšanas iespējas, un prasa atvieglot enerģijas piegādātāja vai tarifa maiņu. Rezolūcijā, kas ir EP ieguldījums Enerģētikas savienības veidošanā, deputāti arī prasa ES energoefektivitātes ieguldījumus vairāk pielāgot enerģētiskās nabadzības novēršanai. (Lasīt tālāk: EP: jāpalielina patērētāju ietekme uz enerģijas tirgu )

 

Safer medical devices: MEPs strike deal with Council

ENVI Public health26-05-2016 - 15:48

Plans for stricter monitoring and certification procedures to ensure that medical devices such as breast or hip implants comply fully with safety and traceability requirements were informally agreed by MEPs and the Dutch Presidency of the Council on Wednesday. MEPs also secured tighter information and ethical requirements for diagnostic medical devices, e.g. those used for pregnancy or DNA testing. (Read more: Safer medical devices: MEPs strike deal with Council )

 

MEPs call for virtual currency watchdog to combat money laundering and terrorism

Plenary Session External/international trade / Economic and monetary affairs26-05-2016 - 12:03
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The EU Commission should set up a taskforce to monitor virtual currencies, like Bitcoin, to prevent their being used to launder money or finance terrorism, said Parliament in a non-binding resolution voted on Thursday. (Read more: MEPs call for virtual currency watchdog to combat money laundering and terrorism )

 

Parliament approved aid on Thursday worth €6,468,000 for 557 redundant workers from the “Larissa” supermarket in Greece and €5,146,800 for 2,132 former drivers for the road haulage and delivery firm MoryGlobal SAS in France. The European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) aid will still need to be approved by the Council of Ministers on 6 June. (Read more: MEPs approve €11.6m in job-search aid for redundant workers in France and Greece )

 

Milk price crisis: MEPs demand further action to rescue dairy farmers

Plenary Session Agriculture26-05-2016 - 11:47
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The EU must quickly take further measures to stabilize milk prices and bring relief to struggling dairy farmers, urged MEPs in Thursday's plenary debate with Commissioner Phil Hogan and Dutch deputy farm minister Hans Hoogeveen. These measures should include an EU-wide lid on milk production to boost prices, a more efficient intervention system, to enable the EU to react more swiftly, and balancing the supply chain to enable farmers to earn fair returns, they said. (Read more: Milk price crisis: MEPs demand further action to rescue dairy farmers )