Brussels plenary session
Europe Day debate. EP President Martin Schulz and the political group leaders will give their assessment of where the EU stands - and their vision for the future - in a debate on the occasion of Europe Day (Wednesday).
Mobile roaming. MEPs will vote on a deal they negotiated on cheaper roaming rates within the EU, which will include caps on mobile internet charges for the first time. The new price caps are set to be in place in time for this summer holiday season (debate Wednesday, vote Thursday).
Budget discharge. Parliament will decide whether to grant budget discharge for the EU's institutions and agencies. MEPs are expected to withhold their green light for the European Environment Agency, the European Food Safety Authority and the European Medicines Agency (debate and vote Thursday).
Regional airports. Recognising Europe's smaller airports as an economic lifeline to their regions, Parliament will vote on non-binding recommendations on rules affecting issues as diverse as state aid and passengers' hand luggage (debate Wednesday, vote Thursday).
Committees and other business
Medicine safety. In the wake of deaths attributed to anti-diabetes drug 'Mediator', the Public Health Committee will vote to close legal loopholes to improve detection of potentially unsafe medicines and speed up action to take them off the market (Tuesday).
President's diary. On Tuesday EP President Martin Schulz will meet President Joachim Gauck, Chancellor Angela Merkel and other key political figures on an official visit to Germany. On Thursday morning, in Brussels, he will meet U Shwe Mann, Speaker of the Myanmar Parliament, and later Victor Ponta, Prime Minister Designate of Romania.
Press briefing. A briefing on key topics of media interest will be held on Monday at 11 a.m. (Anna Politkovskaya Room, PHS 0A050).
Media workshop. MEPs host a Europe Day workshop with senior editors to debate economic issues and Parliament's role in shaping the future of Europe (Wednesday).