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More shareholder say on directors’ pay: MEPs’ deal with Council and Commission

JURI Justice and home affairs09-12-2016 - 17:39

New rules empowering shareholders to vote on directors’ pay, so as to tie it more closely to their performance, were informally agreed on Thursday. These rules also aim to foster shareholder commitment to companies’ long-run success. (Read more: More shareholder say on directors’ pay: MEPs’ deal with Council and Commission )

 

The EU Agency for Asylum must coordinate information exchange among member states and ensure they protect fundamental rights, said Civil Liberties Committee MEPs on Thursday. (Read more: New Asylum Agency must ensure EU countries respect common asylum rules, say MEPs )

 

A proposal to grant Spain €856,800 in EU aid to help find new jobs for 250 former car workers who were made redundant by 29 firms making motor vehicle parts in the Valencia region was approved by the Budgets Committee on Thursday. The European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) aid still needs to be approved by the Council of Ministers on 12 December, and by a plenary vote in Parliament planned for 14 December. (Read more: MEPs approve €856,800 in job-search aid for 250 redundant workers in Spain )

 

The EU Commission and member states will be able to reimpose visa requirements faster and more easily under new rules agreed by Parliament and Council negotiators on Wednesday. (Read more: Visa suspension mechanism: Parliament and Council negotiators strike a deal )

 

Clampdown on terrorism -new counter-terrorism law backed by civil liberties MEPs

LIBE Justice and home affairs05-12-2016 - 19:09

Foreign fighters as well as “lone wolves” training and preparing terrorist attacks on European soil will be criminalised under new EU-rules to fight terrorism backed on Monday. (Read more: Clampdown on terrorism -new counter-terrorism law backed by civil liberties MEPs )

 

Mandatory checks at EU external borders: deal done by MEPs and ministers

LIBE Justice and home affairs05-12-2016 - 19:07

All EU citizens and third country nationals entering or leaving the EU will be checked against databases, e.g. of lost and stolen documents, under a draft law informally agreed by MEPs and EU ministers on Monday. (Read more: Mandatory checks at EU external borders: deal done by MEPs and ministers )

 

Transport MEPs back reform of domestic rail services

TRAN Transport05-12-2016 - 17:33

Easier access for all rail operators to domestic rail markets should give rail passengers more choice and better quality services under draft rules backed by Transport and Tourism Committee on Monday. (Read more: Transport MEPs back reform of domestic rail services )

 

An EU scheme offering EU member states technical help with structural reforms needed to boost growth and jobs was backed by the Regional Development Committee on Tuesday. (Read more: Regional Development MEPs approve EU help scheme for growth enhancing reforms )

 

Watch your online films anywhere in the EU: MEPs back cross-border portability

JURI Free movement of services29-11-2016 - 12:00

New rules to enable EU citizens subscribing to services that give access to online music, games, films or sporting events, to enjoy this content while abroad in another EU country were approved by the Legal Affairs Committee in a vote on Tuesday. (Read more: Watch your online films anywhere in the EU: MEPs back cross-border portability )

 

Caps on the wholesale prices that telecoms operators charge each other for using their networks to carry cross-border “roaming” calls were agreed by industry MEPs on Tuesday. This brings the abolition of roaming charges for consumers a step closer. (Read more: End of roaming charges: Industry MEPs cap wholesale prices for use of networks )