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Plans to make it easier to move money around within the EU’s long-run budget, to help tackle urgent challenges such as the migration crisis, strengthening security, boosting growth and creating jobs, were backed by the Budgets Committee on Monday. Parliament has long fought for greater flexibility within the Multi-annual Financial Framework (MFF), which would apply for the remainder of the 2014-2020 MFF. (Read more: Budgets MEPs back flexibility: €6bn more for jobs, growth and tackling migration )

 

Sustainable growth, jobs and security: MEPs adopt 2018 budget priorities

Plenary Session Budget15-03-2017 - 12:51

Growth and jobs, particularly for young people, must remain key EU budget priorities, along with tackling migration and climate change, MEPs say in guidelines, voted on Wednesday, for EU Commission officials preparing the EU’s draft 2018 budget. The budget “must be equipped with the tools to enable it to respond to multiple crises simultaneously” and must also address EU citizens' safety and security concerns, they add. (Read more: Sustainable growth, jobs and security: MEPs adopt 2018 budget priorities )

 
Proračun EU: koliko države vanj prispevajo in kam gre denar Infografika - Proračun23-02-2017 - 11:37

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 2015. (Preberite več: Proračun EU: koliko države vanj prispevajo in kam gre denar )

 
 

EU job search aid worth €1,818,750 for 800 former retail workers in the Netherlands was approved in plenary in a vote on Tuesday. The workers were made redundant by six retail trade companies which recently went bankrupt in the Drenthe and Overijssel provinces. The European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) aid still needs to be approved by the Council of Ministers on 17 February. (Read more: EU job-search aid: €1.8m for 800 former retail workers in the Netherlands )

 

MEPs call for EU-wide protection for whistle-blowers

Plenary Session Budgetary control14-02-2017 - 12:52

An “effective and comprehensive European whistle-blower protection programme” should be proposed “immediately” by the EU Commission, urges Parliament in a resolution voted on Tuesday. MEPs deplore the Commission’s failure, so far, to deliver any legislative proposals to establish a minimum level of protection for whistle-blowers who help protect the EU budget against fraud (Read more: MEPs call for EU-wide protection for whistle-blowers )

 

EU job search aid worth €1,818,750 for 800 former retail workers in the Netherlands was approved by the Budgets Committee in a vote on Thursday. The workers were made redundant by six retail trade companies which recently went bankrupt in the Drenthe and Overijssel regions. The European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) aid still needs to be approved by Parliament as a whole, on 14 February and by the Council of Ministers, on 17 February. (Read more: EU job-search aid: €1.8m for 800 former retail workers in the Netherlands )

 

European Parliamentary Week: MPs and MEPs to debate EU’s economic future

BUDG ECON EMPL Budget / Economic and monetary affairs / Employment policy27-01-2017 - 10:50

National MPs from across Europe will join MEPs in Brussels next week to debate the European Semester Cycle 2017 (Monday), Stability, Economic Coordination and Governance in the European Union (Tuesday) and national growth and jobs creation and financial assistance programmes (Wednesday). The events are part of the 2017 edition of the European Parliamentary Week (#EPW17). (Read more: European Parliamentary Week: MPs and MEPs to debate EU’s economic future )

 

Following an exchange of views with the members of the Committees on Budgets, Budgetary Control and Legal Affairs, a majority of the committees’ coordinators were satisfied that Commissioner Günther Oettinger is in a position to assume the portfolio that is transferred to him and look forward to a close working relationship. (Read more: Committees satisfied that Oettinger is in a position to assume budget portfolio )

 

Financiranje proračuna EU: Lamassoure za prehod na lastne vire

Ostalo Proračun11-01-2017 - 15:23
Interview with Alain Lamassoure  

Obseg proračuna EU - 157,9 milijard evrov za leto 2017 - se giblje okrog enega odstotka skupnega bruto nacionalnega proizvoda držav članic; njihovi prispevki zagotovijo 80 odstotkov vseh njegovih prihodkov. Poslanec Alain Lamassoure (ELS, Francija), eden od avtorjev poročila o virih proračuna EU, meni, da bi se morala EU bolj nasloniti na lastne vire financiranja, kot je davek na dodano vrednost ali na CO2. To poročilo bo 12. januarja poslancem predstavil nekdanji komisar Mario Monti. (Preberite več: Financiranje proračuna EU: Lamassoure za prehod na lastne vire )

 

An “effective and comprehensive European whistle-blower protection programme” should be proposed “immediately” by the EU Commission, urged the Budgetary Control Committee on Monday. (Read more: Budgetary Control Committee MEPs call for EU-wide protection for whistle-blowers )