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Deputații comentează măsurile anti-terorism

Sesiune Justiție și afaceri interne28-01-2015 - 17:01

Măsurile anti-terorism, inclusiv propunerea UE privind Registrul cu numele pasagerilor, rolul agenției UE Europol, îmbunătățirea schimbului de informații, prevenirea radicalizării și viitoarea Agendă Europeană privind Securitatea au fost dezbătute miercuri, cu Dimitris Avramopoulos, comisarul pentru afaceri interne. O rezoluție va fi votată în sesiunea plenară din 9-12 februarie, înainte de Consiliul European din 12 februarie care se va concentra pe măsurile anti-terorism. (Mai mult: Deputații comentează măsurile anti-terorism )

 
 

Parliament to debate practical details of Juncker Investment Plan on Wednesday

Plenary Session Economic and monetary affairs28-01-2015 - 12:17
Euro illustration  

MEPs are to debate the details of the European Fund for Strategic Investments - also known as the “Juncker Plan” - this afternoon with Vice-President responsible for Jobs, Growth, Investments and Competitiveness Jyrki Katainen. The debate is scheduled to start at around 16.30. (Read more: Parliament to debate practical details of Juncker Investment Plan on Wednesday )

 
 

Capping card payment fees: economic affairs MEPs back deal with Council

ECON Economic and monetary affairs27-01-2015 - 15:53

The fees that banks charge retailers for processing shoppers’ payments would be capped under draft EU rules endorsed by Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee MEPs in a vote on Tuesday. The vote confirms an informal deal struck with the Council in December. The cap would apply to both cross-border and domestic card-based payments and should cut costs for card users. (Read more: Capping card payment fees: economic affairs MEPs back deal with Council )

 
 

Money laundering: company owner lists to fight tax crime and terrorist financing

Others Justice and home affairs / Economic and monetary affairs27-01-2015 - 15:30

The ultimate owners of companies will have to be listed in central registers in EU countries, open both to the authorities and to people with a "legitimate interest", such as journalists, under a Parliament/Council deal endorsed by the Economic and Monetary Affairs and Civil Liberties committees on Tuesday. The new anti-money laundering directive aims to help to fight money laundering, tax crimes and terrorist financing. New rules to make it easier to trace transfers of funds were also approved. (Read more: Money laundering: company owner lists to fight tax crime and terrorist financing )

 
 

“Solidarity should not replace necessary decisions”, Schäuble tells MEPs

ECON Economic and monetary affairs27-01-2015 - 13:40
Wolfgang Schäuble, german  and Pier Carlo Padoan italian Finace minsters at ECON  

EU solidarity should not replace decisions that must be taken in countries suffering economic difficulties, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble told Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee MEPs in Tuesday’s special debate on the review of the economic governance framework. His Italian colleague Pier Carlo Paduan, vehemently rejected criticism of measures to bring down Italy’s deficit and stressed the need to better coordinate reform policies. (Read more: “Solidarity should not replace necessary decisions”, Schäuble tells MEPs )

 
 

A new, improved EU Transparency Register was launched on Tuesday with the aim of making EU-decision-making and the activities of lobbyists more transparent and more accountable while also giving lobbyists more incentives to register and making the database easier for lobbyists and the public to access. (Read more: Commission and Parliament implement new rules on Transparency Register )

 
 

În direct: vor revoluționa societatea noastră crowdsourcing-ul și imprimarea 3D?

Altele Cercetare și inovație27-01-2015 - 12:02
Urmăriți dezbaterea în direct  

În lumea online granițele sunt neclare. Experți din întreaga lume pot lucra împreună asupra unui proiect; cetățenii pot investi și susține idei inovatoare pe site-uri crowdsourcing; obiectele pot fi concepute într-o țară și tipărite instantaneu în alta. Care va fi impactul acestor tehnologii asupra economiei? STOA va încerca să răspundă la această întrebare pe 27 ianuarie, de la 14.00 CET. Urmăriți dezbaterea în direct! (Mai mult: În direct: vor revoluționa societatea noastră crowdsourcing-ul și imprimarea 3D? )

 
 

MEPs to discuss investor protection and regulatory aspects of TTIP

INTA JURI External/international trade27-01-2015 - 10:56

Investor protection, including investor-to-state disputes, and regulatory aspects in the forthcoming Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) will be discussed on Tuesday, at a joint hearing with the trade and legal affairs committees. (Read more: MEPs to discuss investor protection and regulatory aspects of TTIP )

 
 

Reacțiile deputaților europeni la alegerile din Grecia

Altele Instituții / Justiție și afaceri interne27-01-2015 - 10:44
©BELGA/AFP/ArisMessinis  

Alegerile legislative din 25 ianuarie din Grecia au adus la putere grupul de stânga Syriza, care are o retorică anti-austeritate. Am cerut președintelui Parlamentului European, Martin Schulz, și reprezentanților grupurilor politice de la Parlamentul European să ne împărtășească opiniile și așteptările lor. Faceți clic pe nume pentru a vedea un clip video. (Mai mult: Reacțiile deputaților europeni la alegerile din Grecia )

 
 

Juncker Plan will create 1.3 million jobs, Katainen tells economic affairs MEPs

ECON Economic and monetary affairs26-01-2015 - 18:06
Commission Vice President Jyrki Katainen discuss the proposed fund for strategic investments with the EP Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee  

The European Commission calculates that the Juncker Plan for a European Strategic Investments Fund will create 1.3 million jobs, said Commissioner for Growth and Jobs Jyrki Katainen in a debate with Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee MEPs on Monday. If projects incur losses, the public share of their funding will take the first blow. "That's why they are interesting for private investors", he said. (Read more: Juncker Plan will create 1.3 million jobs, Katainen tells economic affairs MEPs )