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Procédure : 2017/2054(INL)
Cycle de vie en séance
Cycle relatif au document : A8-0007/2018

Textes déposés :


Débats :

PV 07/02/2018 - 4
CRE 07/02/2018 - 4

Votes :

PV 07/02/2018 - 7.2
CRE 07/02/2018 - 7.2

Textes adoptés :


Mercredi 7 février 2018 - Strasbourg Edition révisée

4. Composition du Parlement européen (débat)
Vidéo des interventions

  Danuta Maria Hübner, rapporteur . – Madam President, I would just like to raise a few issues. As we heard during the debate, there are very different opinions on some issues, such as transnational lists, but I would say that very few colleagues questioned the core of this report, which is the composition of our House as of 2019.

I believe that the proposal which we put forward is the middle ground between all points of view on the matter, and in the light of all the special – I would say extraordinary – circumstances we are facing this time around, this is the best solution available with regard to the composition of Parliament for the forthcoming term.

I would also like to reiterate my request to the European Council to heed Parliament’s wishes in relation to its own composition, and I hope that the report will be approved by the European Council in the version that will, hopefully, pass through Parliament today. I would also like to make it clear to colleagues that the bigger the majority with which we adopt the composition proposal, the more likely it is that the Council will not change it. I am confident that, with this report, Parliament is sending a strong signal to citizens that it will remain efficient, while managing to reduce its size by 46 seats owing to the withdrawal of the UK from the Union.

I hope that the European Council will support us in this proposal because it is fair, equitable and in full compliance with Treaty principles. It is, above all, also in the interests of European citizens.

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