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European Pillar of Social Rights: call for highest possible common standards

Plenary Session Social policy / Employment policy26-04-2017 - 20:24

Common EU-wide social rights, as proposed by the European Commission, the “European Pillar of Social Rights”, should be pegged at the highest level and not lead to a “race to the bottom”, MEPs stressed in a debate on Wednesday. (Read more: European Pillar of Social Rights: call for highest possible common standards )

 

MEPs advocate reviewing EU - Turkey relations and suspending EU accession talks

Plenary Session External relations26-04-2017 - 20:13

Europe is not closing the door to Turkey, but recent developments prompt it to look for alternatives to Turkey’s accession to the EU, said MEPs in a debate with Enlargement Commissioner Johannes Hahn on Wednesday. (Read more: MEPs advocate reviewing EU - Turkey relations and suspending EU accession talks )

 

MEPs discuss situation in Hungary with Prime Minister Orbán

Plenary Session Fundamental rights26-04-2017 - 18:23
Debate on Hungary  

Political group leaders and MEPs gave their views on Hungary’s new education law, perceived as targeting the Central European University, the tightening of rules for NGOs and asylum seekers and a government survey entitled “National Consultation - Let’s stop Brussels!”. (Read more: MEPs discuss situation in Hungary with Prime Minister Orbán )

 

Opening – European Parliament President highlights ‘Girls in ICT’ Day

Plenary Session Institutions26-04-2017 - 16:10
Opening – European Parliament President highlights ‘Girls in ICT’ Day  

President Tajani highlighted the international “Girls in ICT” Day, to be held on Thursday. This aims to encourage young women to study and take up careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. (Read more: Opening – European Parliament President highlights ‘Girls in ICT’ Day )

 

Komise na plénu představí Evropský pilíř sociálních práv

Plenární zasedání Sociální politika / Politika zaměstnanosti26-04-2017 - 15:01
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Rovné příležitosti a přístup na pracovní trh; férové pracovní podmínky a adekvátní sociální ochrana: Toho má EU docílit zakotvením Evropského pilíře sociálních práv. Evropská komise dnes na plénu představí své návrhy, jak pilíř sociálních práv pojmout. Jedna z kontroverzí je o tom, jak zahrnout a regulovat nové typy pracovních smluv. Přinášíme odpovědi poslanců. (Přečtěte si více: Komise na plénu představí Evropský pilíř sociálních práv )

 

Osud vztahů mezi EU a Tureckem bude projednán ve středu

Plenární zasedání Vnější vztahy26-04-2017 - 14:28

Ve středu v 17:30 projednají poslanci EP s evropským komisařem pro sousedskou politiku a vyjednávání o rozšíření Johannesem Hahnem výsledky referenda v Turecku, které rozšíří prezidentské pravomoci. (Přečtěte si více: Osud vztahů mezi EU a Tureckem bude projednán ve středu )

 

E-commerce: ending unjustified geo-blocking across the EU

IMCO Free movement of goods / Free movement of services25-04-2017 - 15:22

MEPs beefed up rules to ensure that buyers of goods or services from another EU country are treated like local customers in a committee vote on Tuesday. (Read more: E-commerce: ending unjustified geo-blocking across the EU )

 

Products and services to be made more accessible for disabled persons in the EU

IMCO Citizens' rights / Free movement of goods / Free movement of services25-04-2017 - 15:11

Key products and services, like phones, e-book readers, operating systems and payment terminals, will have to be made more accessible to people with disabilities, under draft EU rules amended in committee on Tuesday. (Read more: Products and services to be made more accessible for disabled persons in the EU )

 

Children should have the same protection whether they are watching TV, a web-shared video or a web-streamed film, said committee MEPs on Tuesday. (Read more: Media services: same rules needed for TV and internet to protect children better )

 
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Asylum seekers should be able to work in the EU no later than two months after applying for asylum, instead of the current nine months, said Civil Liberties Committee MEPs on Tuesday. (Read more: Ease access to labour market for asylum-seekers to boost integration, MEPs say )