Klausymai

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Media freedom

The LIBE committee in association with CULT and IMCO committees, organises on 31st of January a hearing dedicated to the "Media Freedom Act", a long awaited legislative proposal aiming to strengthen media pluralism and media freedom in the European Union.

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On 26 January a joint hearing on "Recent Cases of Foreign Interference in the European Parliament - Allegations of Corruption" will take place from 14.00 to 17.00. It will be organised by the Special Committee on Foreign Interference (ING2), jointly with the Committee on Foreign Affairs (AFET) and the Subcommittee on Security and Defence (SEDE).

Analyse different mechanisms of participatory democracy and devise ways and tools to increase citizens input and support Parliament’s work.

FISC Public hearing on ”What should the BEFIT proposal look like”

On 25 January 2023, from 15:00 to 16:30, the FISC Subcommittee had a public hearing on "What should the Business in Europe: Framework for Income Taxation (BEFIT) proposal look like?"

Part of the poster of the AGRI ENVI hearing representing a photo with an orange flower on which a bee browses and a photo of a couple of farmers in a field evaluating their crop

On Tuesday 24 January, the ENVI and AGRI Committees, in association with the Committee on Petitions held a public hearing on the European Citizens' Initiative (ECI) "Save bees and farmers! Towards a bee-friendly agriculture for a healthy environment"

Baltic sea on map

On 23 January 2023, the Committee on Fisheries held a hearing on the implementation of the State of play of the Multiannual Plan (MAP) for the Baltic Sea, which has been the first MAP adopted back in 2016. Over the past years, fish stocks in the Baltic Sea have been suffering from a number of problems, not all of them related to the fishing effort, but resulting nonetheless in dwindling stocks, in particular for the Baltic Cod.

Standardisation

IMCO held a hearing on Standardisation in the Single Market. The aim was to give Members the chance to exchange views with the Commission, European Standardisation Organisations and stakeholders on current challenges, strategic priorities and future developments in European standardisation.

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On 23 January 2023, Members of the committee on Budgetary Control held a public hearing on "Cohesion policy investments and Next Generation EU recovery fund: state of play of the monitoring and controls".

Fair trade thematic, textile, woman behind sewing machine

Most clothes and apparel that we wear every day are imported to the European Union. The conditions under which they are produced in third countries often remain opaque for the European consumer. Not least the tragic collapse of the Rana Planza building in 2013 where more than 1100 textile workers were killed, triggered rising awareness among policy makers and consumers about the global value chain of the textile and garment industry.

Numbers and word spyware on the black background

On 23rd of January PEGA committee held a hearing on 'Use of Spyware by private actors'. The hearing brought together Members of the European Parliament and several experts.

Word spyware in the blue background

On January 19th, at the PEGA committee meeting, Richard Youngs, Senior Fellow at Carnegie Europe & Professor of International Relations, University of Warwick presented the study "Pegasus and the EU’s external relations", co-written by Steven Feldstein, Senior Fellow at Carnegie Europe.

Photo of ING2 Rapporteur Sandra Kalniete

On Thursday 12 January 2023 starting at 9.00, Members will exchange views on the draft report by ING2 Rapporteur Ms Sandra Kalniete, which follows up on the implementation of the previous report and aims to close legislative loopholes that could be exploited by foreign interference. In the second part of the meeting, Members will hear about the main findings of the study entitled “Legal Loopholes and the Risk of Foreign Interference”.