Civil Liberties MEPs will discuss the situation of rule of law in Poland with Frans Timmermans, the Polish Minister of Justice (TBC) and other experts on Tuesday.
Members will discuss cultural heritage and identity in the context of the European Year of cultural heritage, during an inter-parliamentary meeting on Monday.
After making every effort to reach a compromise on an adequate EU budget for 2019 during long hours on Friday, Parliament and Council have suspended the talks without agreement.
800 young Europeans, aged 16-30, will meet on Monday 19 November in EP to discuss and adopt the final recommendations to the Council on the future of Europe.
A conference to honour the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights will be held in the European Parliament in Brussels on 20 November.
Updated rail passengers’ rights should include higher compensation rates for delays and better assistance to people with reduced mobility.
MEPs deplore government crackdowns on the media, political opposition and human rights defenders in Bangladesh, Cuba and Vietnam.
The EU should draw up plans to combat the disease, the “silent epidemic” spread by ticks, that remains underdiagnosed and affects around one million Europeans.
“Il-Brexit huwa l-ewwel nett dwar in-nies. Huwa dwar id-drittijiet taċ-ċittadini, il-protezzjoni tal-paċi fraġli fl-Irlanda ta’ Fuq u l-protezzjoni tal-impjiegi”
Guy Verhofstadt (ALDE, BE), the European Parliament’s Brexit Coordinator, today issued a statement on behalf of the Brexit Steering Group:
Europol should become a true “hub” for information exchange and cooperation in the field of counter-terrorism at EU level, if necessary with a stronger mandate.
Regoli ġodda li jillimitaw il-miżati għat-telefonati bejn pajjiżi fl-UE, miżuri favur in-networks tal-5G u l-ħolqien ta’ sistema ta’ twissija f’każ ta’ emerġenzi, ġew ivvutati l-Erbgħa.
Today, the European Parliament has backed plans for lorries to cut CO2 emissions by 2030.
On Wednesday, MEPs positively acknowledged Georgia’s reform track, while criticising Moldova for backsliding on democratic standards and rule of law.
“Woman at war”, an Iceland/France/Ukraine co-production, has won the 12th LUX Film Prize, European Parliament President Antonio Tajani announced in Strasbourg on Wednesday.