Please fill this field

Pressemeddelelser

Nogle af disse dokumenter er måske ikke tilgængelige på dit eget sprog, og en anden sprogversion vil i så fald blive foreslået automatisk. De vises ved et ikon, der repræsenterer den foreslåede sprogudgave. (e.g.: FR ).

Four years after Parliament adopted its position on draft legislation on public country-by-country reporting, EU governments come to the table to negotiate a deal.

Ministers outlined the priorities of the Portuguese Presidency of the Council of the EU to parliamentary committees, in a series of meetings.

Legal Affairs Committee MEPs pave the way for a new EU law that requires companies to comply with human rights and environmental standards within their value chains.

Artificial Intelligence must be subject to human control, allowing humans to correct or disable it in case of unforeseen behaviour, say MEPs.

Members of the Committee on Legal Affairs will exchange views with the UK Task Force on Thursday.

On Friday, Parliament and Council negotiators reached a provisional agreement on justice funds aimed at strengthening democracy, rule of law and fundamental rights in the EU.

On Thursday, MEPs approved a non-legislative report calling for more sustainable business conduct and addressing shortcomings in existing laws.

Parliament regards the Digital Services and Digital Markets Act as cornerstones of a fair and safe online environment for all Europeans.

On Thursday, the Legal Affairs Committee adopted guidelines on the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) for military purposes and in the health and justice sectors.

Today MEPs discussed how the new initiatives for modernising EU justice systems would improve access to justice for citizens and better prepare legal professions for future challenges.