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European Parliament approves EU-Georgia association deal

Plenary Session External relations18-12-2014 - 12:18
Press conference on the ratification of the EU-Georgia Association Agreement with (L-R) the rapporteur Andrejs Mamikins, the Vice-President of the European Parliament Ryszard Czarnecki and Georgia President Giorgi Margvelashvili  

The European Parliament gave its green light to the EU-Georgia Association Agreement on Thursday. The deal will establish deep political association and economic integration between the EU and Georgia, including the progressive opening up of their respective markets. (Read more: European Parliament approves EU-Georgia association deal )

 
 

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 )

 
 

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 )

 
 

Riżoluzzjoni tal-Parlament Ewropew fuq ir-rikonoxximent tal-Palestina bħala stat

Seduta plenarja Relazzjonijiet esterni17-12-2014 - 16:27
Ġerusalemm għandha tkun il-belt kapitali taż-żewġ stati, il-Palestina u Iżrael.  ©BELGA_EYEVINE  

F'riżoluzzjoni li għaddiet nhar l-Erbgħa l-Parlament Ewropew qal li “jappoġġja fil-prinċipju r-rikonoxximent ta' stat sovran Palestinjan u s-soluzzjoni ta' żewġ stati, u jemmen li dawn għandhom jimxu id f'id mal-iżvilupp tat-taħdidiet ta' paċi, li għandhom jitmexxew 'il quddiem". Biex ikompli mal-isforzi diplomatiċi tal-UE fil-Lvant Nofsani, il-Parlament iddeċieda wkoll li jniedi l-inizjattiva “Parlamentari għall-Paċi”, li tlaqqa’ flimkien MEPs u MPs mill-Paralament Iżraeljan u dak Palestinjan. (Aqra iktar dwar dan: Riżoluzzjoni tal-Parlament Ewropew fuq ir-rikonoxximent tal-Palestina bħala stat )

 
 

L-Istrateġija tas-Sigurtà tal-UE trid tindirizza theddid ġdid

Seduta plenarja Ġustizzja u Intern17-12-2014 - 16:24

Skont riżoluzzjoni li għaddiet mill-Parlament nhar l-Erbgħa, l-Istrateġija tas-Sigurtà Interna tal-UE għall-2015-2019 trid tkun waħda li “tadatta faċilment għal sitwazzjonijiet li jevolvu”, b’mod li madwar l-Unjoni kollha jiġu indirizzati l-problemi tal-ġellieda barranin, is-sigurtà fuq l-internet, it-traffikar tal-persuni, il-kriminalità organizzata, il-ħasil tal-flus u l-korruzzjoni. (Aqra iktar dwar dan: L-Istrateġija tas-Sigurtà tal-UE trid tindirizza theddid ġdid )

 
 

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 )

 
 

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 )

 
 

Il-Parlament japprova l-baġit tal-UE għall-2014 u l-2015

Seduta plenarja Baġit17-12-2014 - 13:13
Il-Parlament approva l-baġit tal-UE għall-2014 u l-2015  

Nhar l-Erbgħa l-Parlament approva l-abbozz tal-baġit tal-UE għall-2015 u żieda fuq dak tal-2014. Il-baġit jipprevedi €145.32 biljun f’impenji u €141.21 biljun fi ħlasijiet għall-2015, kif ukoll żieda ta’ €4.25 biljun biex jitħallsu l-kontijiet dovuti fl-2014. (Aqra iktar dwar dan: Il-Parlament japprova l-baġit tal-UE għall-2014 u l-2015 )

 
 

Il-Film Pollakk "Ida" jirbaħ il-Premju LUX 2014

Seduta plenarja Kultura17-12-2014 - 13:11
Il-Film Pollakk "Ida" jirbaħ il-Premju LUX 2014  

Il-President Schulz ħabbar ir-rebbieħ tal-Premju LUX għaċ-ċinema għall-2014 waqt ċerimonja li saret fil-Parlament Ewropew nhar l-Erbgħa f’nofsinhar. "Ida" hija l-istorja ta’ tfajla li qed tfittex l-identità tagħha, storja personali emozzjonanti li tiżvolġi fil-kuntest storiku diffiċli tal-Ewropa tal-passat. (Aqra iktar dwar dan: Il-Film Pollakk "Ida" jirbaħ il-Premju LUX 2014 )

 
 

MEPs vote to open EU market to Moldovan apples, grapes and plums

Plenary Session External/international trade17-12-2014 - 12:50

Moldova will be able to export up to 40,000 tonnes of fresh apples, 10,000 tonnes of fresh table grapes and 10,000 tonnes of fresh plums to the EU duty free, thanks to a proposal backed by MEPs on Wednesday. This should compensate Moldova's producers for their losses due to Russia’s politically-motivated ban on imports of Moldovan produce. (Read more: MEPs vote to open EU market to Moldovan apples, grapes and plums )