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Two studies were discussed in the presence of their authors and MEPs, in a joint Constitutional Affairs and Legal Affairs Committee meeting on Thursday.

On Thursday, the authors of two studies will present their work and discuss with MEPs in a joint Constitutional Affairs and Legal Affairs committee meeting.

The text endorsed by the Committee on Constitutional Affairs sets out how to enhance democracy and reinforce European citizenship, in anticipation of the Conference on the Future of Europe.

On Thursday, MEPs will assess ways to tackle the effects of COVID-19 on EU citizens’ rights, with Commissioner Reynders, Ombudsman O’Reilly and civil society representatives.

The Constitutional Affairs Committee proposes new Rules that would make Parliament better equipped to ensure the continuity of its work in future crises.

The negotiators of the Parliament, Council and Commission acknowledge positive steps and look forward to achieving further progress together.

The Constitutional Affairs Committee took stock of lessons from the 2019 European elections and the inter-institutional nominations’ cycle in a hearing with internal and external experts.

On Thursday, the Constitutional Affairs committee will discuss with experts the lessons to be drawn from the last European elections and inter-institutional nominations’ cycle.

German Presidency outlines priorities to EP committees EN

04-09-2020 AFCO AFET AGRI BUDG CONT CULT DEVE ECON EMPL ENVI FEMM IMCO INTA ITRE JURI LIBE PECH PETI REGI TRAN DROI SEDE

Ministers are outlining the priorities of the German Presidency of the Council of the EU to parliamentary committees, in a series of meetings.

On Tuesday, JURI and AFCO took stock of the impact of the 5 May 2020 German Constitutional Court ruling on the EU legal order and examined potential courses of action.