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Процедура : 2010/0271(COD)
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Внесени текстове :

A7-0445/2011

Разисквания :

PV 19/11/2012 - 27
CRE 19/11/2012 - 27

Гласувания :

PV 20/11/2012 - 6.13
Обяснение на вота
Обяснение на вота

Приети текстове :

P7_TA(2012)0424

Разисквания
вторник, 20 ноември 2012 г. - Страсбург Редактирана версия

8. Обяснение на вот
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- Rapport: Stanimir Ilchev (A7-0336/2012 )

  Marina Yannakoudakis (ECR ), in writing . − I am pleased that Parliament has adopted this report which will help reduce the budget of its translation services. Parliament needs to make cuts as our citizens face austerity following the financial crisis. But we are simply not cutting the budget hard enough. In fact Parliament is looking for increases in its information budget. Parliament is wasting over EUR 100 million on follies such as the House of European History. It has also asked for a 9 % increase in the budget of the so-called ‘Parlamentarium’. This visitors centre has been plagued with budget overspends and schedule overruns. Now that it is finally open, it was described by a visitor on TripAdvisor as being ‘impersonal’, ‘confusing’ and leaving the visitor ‘not having learned anything new’. So why are we increasing its budget? Transparency is important, but do our citizens really need 34 Information Offices, which employ over 200 personnel at a cost of EUR 50 million a year? And finally, the elephant in the room – Strasbourg. If we were to scrap Strasbourg we would save over EUR 200 million annually. By refusing to make these necessary cuts, Parliament will certainly lose the confidence of its citizens.

 
Последно осъвременяване: 21 декември 2012 г.Правна информация