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Some 3,000 workers made redundant in Belgium, Germany and Poland in 2013-2014 should receive EU aid worth €6.3million to help them find jobs, the Budgets Committee recommended on Thursday. The European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) aid still has to be approved by Parliament as a whole and the Council of Ministers. (Read more: EU job-search aid for redundant workers in Belgium, Germany and Poland )

 
 

Next year’s EU budget priorities should be fostering growth by helping employment, enterprises and entrepreneurship, showing solidarity both within the EU and with countries outside it and putting EU finances in order by tackling the overdue payments backlog and reforming the EU revenue system, say Budgets Committee MEPs in a resolution voted on Thursday. (Read more: Growth, solidarity and paying the bills: budget MEPs vote 2016 budget priorities )

 
 

MEPs demand more thorough checks on EU spending, more efficient measures to claw back EU funds lost through fraud or irregular spending and vigorous anti-corruption policies in member countries in a resolution passed by the budgetary control committee on Tuesday. (Read more: Check spending better and claw back more lost funds, say budget control MEPs )

 
 

No tax hike to fund the EU, say MEPs

BUDG Budget05-02-2015 - 13:38

EU budget funding must be reformed, but not by adding to the burden on taxpayers, urged Budgets Committee MEPs in Thursday’s debate on the first report by the High Level Group on Own Resources (HLG). Headed by former Italian prime minister Mario Monti, the HLG is working on proposals for a simpler, fairer, more transparent and more democratically accountable system, which the European Parliament has been advocating since 2006. (Read more: No tax hike to fund the EU, say MEPs )

 
 
Proračun EU: koliko kdo prispeva vanj in kam gre denar Infografika - Proračun12-01-2015 - 16:40

Koliko denarja se steče v proračun EU s prispevki držav članic unije? Za kaj se ta denar porabi? Pripravili smo aplikacijo, ki vam bo pomagala najti odgovore na ta vprašanja. Osvežena je s proračunskimi podatki Evropske komisije za leto 2013. (Preberite več: Proračun EU: koliko kdo prispeva vanj in kam gre denar )

 
 

Parlament sprejel proračuna EU za leto 2014 in 2015

Plenarno zasedanje Proračun17-12-2014 - 13:55
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Evropski poslanci so v sredo potrdili predlog sprememb proračuna EU za leto 2014 in proračun za leto 2015. Proračun predvideva 145,32 milijard evrov za obveznosti in 141,21 milijard za plačila v letu 2015 ter dodatnih 4,25 milijarde evrov za poravnavo neplačanih računov v letu 2014 (Preberite več: Parlament sprejel proračuna EU za leto 2014 in 2015 )

 
 

Parlament odobril 126,7 milijona evrov pomoči ob naravnih nesrečah

Plenarno zasedanje Proračun17-12-2014 - 13:38

Evropski poslanci so v sredo odobrili dodelitev skupno 126, 7 milijona evrov pomoči iz Solidarnostnega sklada EU za odpravljanje posledic naravnih nesreč v Italiji, Grčiji, Sloveniji, na Hrvaškem, v Srbiji in Bolgariji v letih 2013 in 2014. (Preberite več: Parlament odobril 126,7 milijona evrov pomoči ob naravnih nesrečah )

 
 

Some 6,000 workers made redundant in France, Greece, Italy and Poland will receive EU aid worth €35.5 million to help them find or create jobs, Parliament decided on Tuesday. The four applications to the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) were approved by Council of Ministers on 15 December. (Read more: EU job-search aid for redundant workers in France, Greece, Italy and Poland )

 
 

Some 6,000 workers made redundant in France, Greece, Italy and Poland should receive EU aid worth €35.5 million to help them find or create jobs, recommended the Budgets Committee on Thursday. The European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) aid still has to be approved by Parliament as a whole and the Council of Ministers. (Read more: EU job-search aid for redundant workers in France, Greece, Italy and Poland )

 
 

A provisional agreement on the European Union budget for 2015 and the means to settle this year’s most urgent unpaid bills was reached by negotiators for Parliament and the Council on Monday. The deal still needs to be endorsed both by the full Parliament and the Council. For payments, MEPs secured €4.8 billion more to pay bills for 2014-2015. For 2015, the negotiators agreed to a compromise of €145.3 billion in commitments and €141.2 billion in payments. (Read more: Parliament and Council negotiators agree to EU budget deal )