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Parliament approved aid on Thursday worth €6,468,000 for 557 redundant workers from the “Larissa” supermarket in Greece and €5,146,800 for 2,132 former drivers for the road haulage and delivery firm MoryGlobal SAS in France. The European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) aid will still need to be approved by the Council of Ministers on 6 June. (Read more: MEPs approve €11.6m in job-search aid for redundant workers in France and Greece )

 

Budgets Committee MEPs approved €5,146,800 in EU aid on Monday to help 2,132 road haulage and delivery workers, made redundant by road transport company MoryGlobal SAS across France, to find new jobs. The European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) aid still needs to be approved by Parliament as a whole and by the Council of Ministers. (Read more: Budgets MEPs back €5.1m aid for 2,132 redundant road haulage workers in France )

 

Budgets Committee MEPs approved €6,468,000 in EU aid on Monday to help 557 workers made redundant by the “Larissa” supermarket in Greece to find new jobs. A further 543 young unemployed people should also benefit. The European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) aid still needs to be approved by Parliament as a whole and by the Council of Ministers. (Read more: Budgets MEPs back €6.4 million aid for redundant supermarket workers in Greece )

 

EU budget management: Commission spending for 2014 approved

Plenary Session Budgetary control28-04-2016 - 13:31

The European Commission managed its 2014 EU budget funds according to the rules, so Parliament granted it a “discharge” approval for that year, in a resolution voted on Thursday. Parliament’s own management of EU funds in 2014 was also approved. However, Parliament postponed approving spending by three joint private sector-EU partnerships in technology field, the Council of Ministers and the European Council. (Read more: EU budget management: Commission spending for 2014 approved )

 

Razrešnica za proračun EU na plenarnem zasedanju: za kaj gre?

Plenarno zasedanje Nadzor proračuna26-04-2016 - 14:57
The Parliament is set to debate and vote on the discharge of the 2013 annual budget on the 28 and 29 April plenary.  

So Evropska komisija, agencije Evropske unije in druge evropske ustanove denar iz proračuna EU porabile v skladu s pravili? O tem bodo 28. aprila razpravljali poslanci na plenarnem zasedanju, ko bo govora o razrešnici za evropski proračun. Glasovanje o tem, ali bo Parlament kot edina institucija unije, ki ima o tem pravico odločati, drugim ustanovam podelil razrešnico za leto 2014, bo 29. aprila. (Preberite več: Razrešnica za proračun EU na plenarnem zasedanju: za kaj gre? )

 

Dodatna sredstva za pomoč beguncem in boj proti terorizmu

Plenarno zasedanje Proračun13-04-2016 - 14:13

Parlament je v sredo potrdil prvo spremembo letošnjega proračuna EU v višini 100 milijonov evro za nov instrument nujne pomoči beguncem in 2 milijona za nove zaposlitve v evropskem centru za boj proti terorizmu (ECTC) pri Europolu. Poslanci so spremembe potrdili po hitrem postopku, ki je bil zaključen v dobrem mesecu dni. (Preberite več: Dodatna sredstva za pomoč beguncem in boj proti terorizmu )

 

Parlament podprl štiri od petih kandidatov za člane Računskega sodišča

Plenarno zasedanje Nadzor proračuna13-04-2016 - 13:37

Poslanci so v sredo podprli kandidate za člane Evropskega računskega sodišča iz Slovenije, Latvije, Češke in Slovaške, ter na podlagi priporočila pristojnega odbora za proračunski nadzor zavrnili poljskega kandidata. Malteški kandidat, Toni Abela, je že pred plenarnim zasedanjem umaknil svojo kandidaturo, ker je odbor o njej podal negativno mnenje. Končno odločitev o imenovanju bo sicer sprejel Svet EU. (Preberite več: Parlament podprl štiri od petih kandidatov za člane Računskega sodišča )

 

A proposal to grant €1,793,710 in EU aid to Sweden to help find new jobs for 500 workers made redundant by Volvo Trucks, mainly at the Umeå plant, and by four of its suppliers and downstream producers, was approved by the European Parliament on Wednesday. (Read more: MEPs say yes to EU support for 500 former truck industry workers in Sweden )

 

The European Commission managed its 2014 EU budget funds according to the rules, so Parliament should grant it a 'discharge' (i.e. approval), for that year, the Budgetary Control Committee said on Thursday. Parliament’s own management of EU funds in 2014 was also approved, in a separate vote. (Read more: EU budget management: Commission and Parliament spending for 2014 approved )

 

Three joint private sector-EU technology projects must do better justifying their use of EU funds in 2014 before the European Parliament approves their accounts, said Budgetary Control Committee MEPs on Tuesday. Parliament should also postpone granting “discharge”, that is, approving the spending of the Council of Ministers and the European Council (EU leaders) for the same year, the committee recommended to the full House. (Read more: EU budget management: ARTEMIS, ENIAC and ITER projects fail 2014 discharge test )