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MEPs back deal with Council on automatic emergency call system for cars

IMCO Research and innovation04-12-2014 - 10:26

An EP/Council deal on a life-saving automatic emergency call system for cars, agreed on Monday evening, was backed by Internal Market Committee MEPs on Thursday.The “eCall” system would use the 112 number to call the emergency services automatically, enabling them to reach crash scenes faster and thus save lives and reduce the severity of injuries. The deal would require all new car models to be equipped with eCall technology from 31 March 2018. (Read more: MEPs back deal with Council on automatic emergency call system for cars )

 
 

TTIP “fresh start” means more clarity, debate, and realism, Malmström tells MEPs

INTA External/international trade03-12-2014 - 18:32

The “fresh start” to the EU-US Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) talks includes more transparency, to show EU citizens “what’s in there for them”, stepping up civil society involvement in the talks, and “ambitious and realistic” goals for EU access to the US goods, services and public procurement markets, EU trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström told the International Trade Committee on Wednesday. (Read more: TTIP “fresh start” means more clarity, debate, and realism, Malmström tells MEPs )

 
 

Deti nie sú vojaci! Poslanci dnes diskutujú s odborníkmi

Ďalšie tlačové správy Ľudské práva03-12-2014 - 15:04
Detský vojak z Demokratickej republiky Kongo pózuje so svojou zbraňou  

Medzinárodné spoločenstvo bojuje proti verbovaniu detských vojakov už viac ako 20 rokov. Z vojenských uniforiem sa doteraz podarilo oslobodiť už tisíce detí, no na čiernej listine stále zostáva 7 krajín: Afganistan, Demokratická republika Kongo, Mjanmarsko, Sudán, Južný Sudán, Somálsko a Jemen. Členovia podvýboru pre ľudské práva a zahraničného výboru dnes s odborníkmi diskutujú o ochrane detí počas konfliktov a o iniciatíve OSN na ukončenie najímania detských vojakov do roku 2016. (Čítať ďalej: Deti nie sú vojaci! Poslanci dnes diskutujú s odborníkmi )

 
 
28th Session of the Joint ACP Parliamentary Assembly (ACP-EU) in the European Parliament in Strasbourg  

We still too often view Africa “through a European or western prism”, said Louis Michel, European Co-President of the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly, at its 28th session on 1-3 December in Strasbourg. Today's Africa is no longer the "hopeless case" of the past but, on the contrary, it "can live up to its ambitions", said keynote speaker and former President of Nigeria Olusegun Obasanjo. (Read more: ACP-EU assembly debates terrorism, Ebola, malnutrition and Africa’s future )

 
 

EP Committee Chairs and Commissioners discuss legislative priorities for 2015

Others Strategic documents03-12-2014 - 10:54
Junker and Buzek  

In a first joint working meeting held on Tuesday evening, Parliament's Committee chairs and the College of Commissioners discussed the priorities of the Commission’s upcoming 2015 work programme and considered the possible withdrawal of some pending legislative proposals. (Read more: EP Committee Chairs and Commissioners discuss legislative priorities for 2015 )

 
 

EYE 2014: Povedú nápady mladých ľudí k skutočným rozhodnutiam?

Ďalšie tlačové správy Mládež / Politika zamestnanosti02-12-2014 - 19:56
Dav mladých ľudí pred budovou Parlamentu v Štrasburgu  

V máji tohto roku sa na štrasburskej pôde Európskeho parlamentu konal nultý ročník Európskeho podujatia pre mládež EYE, ktorého cieľom je podnecovať "nápady pre lepšiu Európu." Zúčastnilo sa ho okolo 6000 mladých ľudí z celej EÚ. Ich najlepšie nápady budú postupne predstavené siedmym parlamentným výborom. Poslanci sa tak budú môcť dozvedieť o problémoch a túžbach európskej mládeže a brať ich do úvahy počas svojho mandátu. (Čítať ďalej: EYE 2014: Povedú nápady mladých ľudí k skutočným rozhodnutiam? )

 
 

Mikhail Khodorkovsky asks MEPs to back Russia’s opposition

AFET External relations02-12-2014 - 18:54
Kodorkovsky  

Russia’s “neo-totalitarian regime” leaves open no legitimate means for a “sober-minded” and “pro-European” opposition to come to power. So the opposition needs strong support from the EU, which must understand that Russia does not equal Putin, Russian businessman and philanthropist Mikhail Khodorkovsky told Foreign Affairs Committee MEPs on Tuesday. MEPs asked him to say how they could help the cause of democracy in Russia and to explain his controversial views on developments in Ukraine. (Read more: Mikhail Khodorkovsky asks MEPs to back Russia’s opposition )

 
 

MEPs acknowledged Lebanon's struggle with the enormous migration flows and voiced their concerns about the internal crisis there and growing extremism across the region, in a Foreign Affairs Committee debate with its Prime Minister Tammam Saeb Salam on Tuesday afternoon. (Read more: Foreign Affairs Committee acknowledges Lebanon’s efforts to cope with migration )

 
 

Employment and trade MEPs quiz TTIP experts

EMPL Employment policy02-12-2014 - 15:24

Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) negotiators and experts were quizzed on safeguards for labour standards and public services, and how a TTIP deal could help to create high-quality jobs, at a joint public hearing held by the Employment and International Trade committees on Tuesday. (Read more: Employment and trade MEPs quiz TTIP experts )

 
 

Moscovici quizzed on extra time for three EU countries to hit Eurozone targets

ECON Economic and monetary affairs02-12-2014 - 15:05

Commissioner Pierre Moscovici was asked to account for the European Commission’s decision to give France, Italy and Belgium more time to hit Eurozone budgetary targets by Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee MEPs on Tuesday. MEPs urged that budget plan deadlines should be met and that criteria for applying rules more flexibly to some EU member states than others should be clear and detailed. (Read more: Moscovici quizzed on extra time for three EU countries to hit Eurozone targets )