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Human rights: North Korea; persecution in Pakistan; vulnerable groups in Syria

Plenary Session Humanitarian aid / Development and cooperation17-04-2014 - 16:35

The EP passed three resolutions on Thursday, supporting the recommendations of the UN Commission of Inquiry into human rights violations in North Korea; expressing deep concern at the increase in sectarian violence and religious intolerance in Pakistan; and condemning the recent attacks against religious and ethnic communities and the suffering of women and children in Syria. (Read more: Human rights: North Korea; persecution in Pakistan; vulnerable groups in Syria)

 
 

Ukrajina:poslanci zahtevajo evropske sankcije proti ruskim energetskim podjetjem

Plenarno zasedanje Zunanji odnosi17-04-2014 - 13:12

Evropska unija mora zaostriti sankcije proti ruskim posameznikom in biti pripravljena na takojšnjo uvedbo gospodarskih sankcij proti Rusiji, menijo poslanci v resoluciji, ki so jo sprejeli v četrtek. Zaradi nadaljevanja nasilja in poskusov destabilizacije na vzhodu in jugu Ukrajine so pozvali tudi k ukrepom proti ruskim energetskim podjetjem in njihovim hčerinskim družbam, ter se zavzeli za zamrznitev ruskega premoženja v EU. (Preberite več: Ukrajina:poslanci zahtevajo evropske sankcije proti ruskim energetskim podjetjem)

 
 

The end of the EP's seventh term will be followed by a presidential debate, election night, the formation of new political groups and the constitution of the new Parliament. (Read more: Series of events from end of seventh EP term to constitution of new EP)

 
 

Drugs: MEPs back rules to take harmful “legal highs” off the market faster

Plenary Session Justice and home affairs17-04-2014 - 12:26
The display on a table top represents one of Europe's biggest illegal synthetic drugs laboratories  

Draft rules to ensure that harmful psychoactive substances, known as "legal highs", are withdrawn rapidly from the EU market were approved by Parliament on Thursday. MEPs sought to protect the health and safety of young people from these drugs, whilst ensuring that trade in lower risk substances for industrial and commercial uses is not hindered. Criminals who breach the ban on the most harmful substances could face up to ten years in jail. (Read more: Drugs: MEPs back rules to take harmful “legal highs” off the market faster)

 
 

Hitrejša evropska pomoč ob naravnih nesrečah

Plenarno zasedanje Regionalna politika17-04-2014 - 09:41
L'Aquila, Italy - The fifth anniversary of the L'Aquila earthquake will be marked on 06 April 2014  

Pomoč iz skupne blagajne za države EU, prizadete v poplavah ali drugih naravnih nesrečah, bo dodeljena hitreje in učinkoviteje po spremembah pravil delovanja Solidarnostnega sklada Evropske unije (EUSF), ki so jih poslanci sprejeli v sredo. Spremembe vključujejo podaljšanje roka za vložitev zahtevka z 10 na 12 tednov po dogodku, izplačilo 10 odstotkov pomoči vnaprej ter poenostavitev pogojev za dodelitev pomoči ob nesrečah, ki prizadenejo regionalna območja. (Preberite več: Hitrejša evropska pomoč ob naravnih nesrečah)

 
 

Zmanjšanje potratne porabe plastičnih vrečk

Plenarno zasedanje Okolje17-04-2014 - 09:19
A shopper with carrier bags as ministers have made a "complete mess" of moves to introduce a 5p charge on carrier bags in England  

Države članice EU bodo morale do leta 2019 za vsaj 80 odstotkov zmanjšati uporabo najbolj razširjenjih tankih plastičnih vrečk. Poslanci so v sredo sprejeli pravila, ki za doseganje tega cilja priporočajo uvedbo davkov in pristojbin ali pa tržnih omejitev in prepovedi. Odpadne plastične vrečke so velik okoljski problem, predvsem ko onesnažujejo vodotoke, morja in vodne ekosisteme. (Preberite več: Zmanjšanje potratne porabe plastičnih vrečk)

 
 

New Fisheries Fund, signed and sealed, concludes EU fisheries policy reform

Plenary Session Fisheries16-04-2014 - 18:36
Fishermen pull out their nets from water aboard the fishing boat "Kanedevenn" as they fish sardines on September 24, 2013 in Quiberon, western France.  

Operating rules for European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF) aid to help fishermen to comply with new Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) requirements were endorsed by Parliament on Wednesday. EMFF aid will help fishermen to observe the discard ban, e.g. by buying more selective fishing gear, but will also be used to improve safety and working conditions, data collection and port infrastructure. All this will help to make EU fisheries more sustainable. (Read more: New Fisheries Fund, signed and sealed, concludes EU fisheries policy reform)

 
 

Boljše varstvo pravic napotenih delavcev

Plenarno zasedanje Socialna politika / Zaposlovanje16-04-2014 - 16:28
Construction workers do their job on the site of the European Central Bank's (ECB) new headquarters in Frankfurt am Main, central Germany  

Delavci, napoteni v tujino, naj bi z novo zakonodajo, ki jo je Parlament potrdil v sredo, dobili več zaščite, besedilo pa je že usklajeno s predstavniki Sveta. Poslanci so v pogajanjih dosegli jasnejša pravila za podjetja, da bi se ločilo dejanske napotitve od poskusov izigravanja zakona, države članice pa so dobile več prožnosti pri izvajanju inšpekcijskih pregledov. V gradbeništvu bodo morali izvajalci in podizvajalci solidarno nositi odgovornost za morebitne kršitve delovne zakonodaje. (Preberite več: Boljše varstvo pravic napotenih delavcev)

 
 

MEPs refer new rules on re-registering cars back to committee

Plenary Session Transport16-04-2014 - 15:33

Draft rules to simplify re-registering of car or motorbike when the owner moves to a new EU country were referred back to the Internal Market Committee on Wednesday for further discussion, because the Council of Ministers was not yet ready to close a deal on them. (Read more: MEPs refer new rules on re-registering cars back to committee )

 
 

The share of EU member states’ budget contributions that is based on gross national income (GNI) should be cut from 64% to 40% of total EU revenue and replaced by real “own resources”, says Parliament in three resolutions voted on Wednesday. Value-added tax based revenue, which today provides 11% of the EU budget, also needs drastic reform, it adds. (Read more: EU “own resources” should cut member states’ contributions to EU budget)