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Parliament plays a central role in EU lawmaking, but voting in the hemicycle is only a part of the picture.  
Before those big votes, MEPs work to improve proposals drafted by the EU Commission. But how? 
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07-12-2023 - 15:51

On 11 December 2023, the JURI committee will vote on the report on policy implications of the development of virtual worlds (2023/2062(INI)) and on the provisional agreement resulting from interinstitutional negotiations as regards the report on protection of the environment through criminal law (2021/0422(COD)).

30-11-2023 - 14:01

On 29 November, the JURI Committee voted on the draft report on the use of digital tools and processes in company law (2023/0089(COD)), as well as on entering into interinstitutional negotiations. The committee voted also on the draft opinions on 2022 discharge for Court of Justice of the European Union 2023/2132(DEC), European Parliament 2023/2130(DEC) and European Public Prosecutors Office (2023/2139(DEC)).

09-11-2023 - 13:47

On 7 November 2023, the JURI committee voted on the report on European Certificate of Parenthood (2022/0402(CNS)) and on the report on the electronic publication of the Official Journal of the European Union (2020/0126(APP)). The Members further considered the draft reports on supplementary protection certificates (2023/0130(COD), 2023/0128(COD), 2023/0127(COD), 2023/0126(COD)) and on compulsory licensing for crisis management (2023/0129(COD)).

30-10-2023 - 09:01

On 24 October 2023, the JURI Committee voted on the following reports: Digitalisation and Administrative Law (2021/2161(INL)), Monitoring the application of EU Law (2023/2080(INI)), Better Law Making (2023/2079(INI)), Authorisation addressed to France to negotiate a bilateral agreement with Algeria on matters related to judicial cooperation concerning family law matters (2023/0027(CNS)),


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