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Środa, 4 październik 2017 r. - Strasburg Wersja poprawiona

15. Pakt fiskalny i jego włączenie do ram prawnych UE (debata na aktualny temat)
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  Dariusz Rosati, on behalf of the PPE Group . – Mr President, the fiscal compact, as part of the Treaty on Stability, Coordination and Governance, was adopted in 2012 as a response to the lack of compliance by some Member States with the provisions of the stability and growth pact. Its objective was to strengthen budgetary discipline across the EU, with the introduction of more effective and stricter fiscal rules, including independent monitoring, the automatic corrective mechanism, transposition of a balanced budget rule into national legislation, and swifter sanctions for non-compliance.

Four years after the Treaty entered into force, its implementation is only partly completed, and the results achieved are not very impressive. First, specific measures undertaken to comply with the fiscal compact vary from country to country, with different degrees of commitment and effectiveness. As a result, the budgetary situation in some Member States has not improved despite a generally better macroeconomic environment and stronger growth. Moreover, many Member States do not generate progress towards their medium-term objectives at a sufficient speed.

Moreover, the overall fiscal framework in the EU has become even more complex making its implementation more difficult and less transparent. Therefore, further steps are needed. While fully endorsing the fiscal compact, we need to enforce it more effectively. First, we need to make sure that its transposition into Member States’ legislation leads to stronger national ownership and better compliance with the rules. Second, we have to reduce the complexity of the whole EU fiscal framework in order to make it more transparent and to ensure better monitoring and equal treatment of all Member States. And third, the revised and improved fiscal compact should be incorporated into the primary law of the EU to give it more legal clout and make it binding for all Member States.

Ostatnia aktualizacja: 16 kwiecień 2018Informacja prawna