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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 )

 
 

Proračun EU: Parlament poziva države članice naj plačajo račune

Plenarno zasedanje Proračun25-11-2014 - 19:59

Evropski poslanci so v torkovi razpravi izrazili razočaranje, ker s Svetom niso dosegli dogovora o rebalansu proračuna EU za letošnje leto in o proračunu za leto 2015. Zavzeli so se, da naj države članice zberejo politično voljo in uredijo neplačane račune za leto 2014. Pogovori se bodo nadaljevali po predstavitvi novega predloga proračuna 28. novembra. (Preberite več: Proračun EU: Parlament poziva države članice naj plačajo račune )

 
 

Proposals to provide EU funding to help find or create new jobs for workers made redundant by shipbuilders STX Finland Oy and the GAD abattoir in France were approved by the European Parliament on Tuesday. The EU should provide aid worth The European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) aid worth €2.35 million is expected to be approved by the Council of Ministers on the same day. (Read more: EP approves aid for redundant Finnish shipyard and French abattoir workers )

 
 

The EU should provide aid worth €2.35 million to help find or create new jobs for workers made redundant by shipbuilders STX Finland Oy and the GAD abattoir in France, 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 former workers at Finnish shipyard and French abattoir )

 
 

Unpaid bills sink EU budget talks

BUDG Budget18-11-2014 - 00:21

Parliament wants to reduce the growing pile of unpaid bills, while Council’s proposal, revealed on the very last day of the budget talks, only aggravates the payment crisis, said Budgets Committee MEPs after conciliation talks between member states and the Parliament broke down on Monday night. The Commission will now present a new draft budget. (Read more: Unpaid bills sink EU budget talks )

 
 

The European Parliament deplores the fact that, almost at the end of the 21-day conciliation period, the Council is still ignoring the urgent need to deliver a budget for the EU and is instead completely preoccupied with its own disputes over the member states’ GNI contributions for 2014. Parliament will give the Council extra time to come up with its stance and will resume talks on deadline day on Monday 17 November. (Read more: Parliament gives Council extra time to sort out its position on the EU budget )