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This morning, MEPs and national parliamentarians will discuss proposals to improve the European Electoral Law and the European Parliament's right of inquiry.

The inaugural plenary session will take place tomorrow, Saturday 19 June, in Strasbourg.

On Tuesday, the Constitutional Affairs Committee discussed with experts how to reform European legislative processes and the rules governing European political parties and foundations.

The report approved by the Constitutional Affairs Committee proposes ways reform the EU by improving existing participatory mechanisms and setting up new ones.

The inaugural plenary session will take place in Strasbourg on Saturday morning 19 June, preceded by meetings of the representatives in their political caucuses the day before.

On Thursday, Parliament’s Conference of Presidents announced the names of the 108 MEPs that will take part in the plenary meetings of the Conference on the Future of Europe.

The Executive Board today approved the calendar of Plenary meetings and European Citizens' Panels, with the series of events starting next month.

On Tuesday, MEPs and experts discussed how to improve the rules governing the establishment, registration, campaigning and funding of European political parties and foundations.

The draft rules put forward by the Constitutional Affairs Committee will enable the full development of the role of the Ombudsman in the constitutional architecture of the Union.

On Tuesday, the Constitutional Affairs Committee will host presentations and an exchange of views in relation to the upcoming report on political party and campaign financing.