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<Date>{04/03/2020}4.3.2020</Date>
<NoDocSe>A9-0075/2020</NoDocSe>
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<TitreType>REPORT</TitreType>

<Titre>on discharge in respect of the implementation of the budget of the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation (Europol) for the financial year 2018</Titre>

<DocRef>(2019/2088(DEC))</DocRef>


<Commission>{CONT}Committee on Budgetary Control</Commission>

Rapporteur: <Depute>Ryszard Czarnecki</Depute>

1. PROPOSAL FOR A EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT DECISION
 2. PROPOSAL FOR A EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT DECISION
 3. MOTION FOR A EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT RESOLUTION
 OPINION OF THE COMMITTEE ON CIVIL LIBERTIES, JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS
 INFORMATION ON ADOPTION IN COMMITTEE RESPONSIBLE
 FINAL VOTE BY ROLL CALL IN COMMITTEE RESPONSIBLE

1. PROPOSAL FOR A EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT DECISION

on discharge in respect of the implementation of the budget of the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation (Europol) for the financial year 2018

(2019/2088(DEC))

The European Parliament,

 having regard to the final annual accounts of the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation (Europol) for the financial year 2018,

 having regard to the Court of Auditors’ annual report on the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation (Europol) for the financial year 2018, together with the Agency’s reply[1],

 having regard to the statement of assurance[2] as to the reliability of the accounts and the legality and regularity of the underlying transactions provided by the Court of Auditors for the financial year 2018, pursuant to Article 287 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union,

 having regard to the Council’s recommendation of 18 February 2020 on discharge to be given to the Agency in respect of the implementation of the budget for the financial year 2018 (05761/2020 – C9‑0055/2020),

 having regard to Article 319 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union,

 having regard to Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 966/2012 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 October 2012 on the financial rules applicable to the general budget of the Union and repealing Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1605/2002[3], and in particular Article 208 thereof,

 having regard to Regulation (EU, Euratom) 2018/1046 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 July 2018 on the financial rules applicable to the general budget of the Union, amending Regulations (EU) No 1296/2013, (EU) No 1301/2013, (EU) No 1303/2013, (EU) No 1304/2013, (EU) No 1309/2013, (EU) No 1316/2013, (EU) No 223/2014, (EU) No 283/2014, and Decision No 541/2014/EU and repealing Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 966/2012[4], and in particular Article 70 thereof,

 having regard to Regulation (EU) 2016/794 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 May 2016 on the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation (Europol) and replacing and repealing Council Decisions 2009/371/JHA, 2009/934/JHA, 2009/935/JHA, 2009/936/JHA and 2009/968/JHA[5], and in particular Article 60 thereof,

 having regard to Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) No 1271/2013 of 30 September 2013 on the framework financial regulation for the bodies referred to in Article 208 of Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 966/2012 of the European Parliament and of the Council[6], and in particular Article 108 thereof,

 having regard to Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2019/715 of 18 December 2018 on the framework financial regulation for the bodies set up under the TFEU and Euratom Treaty and referred to in Article 70 of Regulation (EU, Euratom) 2018/1046 of the European Parliament and of the Council[7], and in particular Article 105 thereof,

 having regard to Rule 100 of and Annex V to its Rules of Procedure,

 having regard to the opinion of the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs,

 having regard to the report of the Committee on Budgetary Control (A9-0075/2020),

1. Grants the Executive Director of the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation (Europol) discharge in respect of the implementation of the Agency’s budget for the financial year 2018;

2.. Sets out its observations in the resolution below;

3. Instructs its President to forward this decision, and the resolution forming an integral part of it, to the Executive Director of the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation (Europol), the Council, the Commission and the Court of Auditors, and to arrange for their publication in the Official Journal of the European Union (L series).

 


 

2. PROPOSAL FOR A EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT DECISION

on the closure of the accounts of the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation (Europol) for the financial year 2018

(2019/2088(DEC))

The European Parliament,

 having regard to the final annual accounts of the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation (Europol) for the financial year 2018,

 having regard to the Court of Auditors’ annual report on the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation (Europol) for the financial year 2018, together with the Agency’s reply[8],

 having regard to the statement of assurance[9] as to the reliability of the accounts and the legality and regularity of the underlying transactions provided by the Court of Auditors for the financial year 2018, pursuant to Article 287 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union,

 having regard to the Council’s recommendation of 18 February 2020 on discharge to be given to the Agency in respect of the implementation of the budget for the financial year 2018 (05761/2020 – C9‑0055/2020),

 having regard to Article 319 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union,

 having regard to Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 966/2012 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 October 2012 on the financial rules applicable to the general budget of the Union and repealing Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1605/2002[10], and in particular Article 208 thereof,

 having regard to Regulation (EU, Euratom) 2018/1046 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 July 2018 on the financial rules applicable to the general budget of the Union, amending Regulations (EU) No 1296/2013, (EU) No 1301/2013, (EU) No 1303/2013, (EU) No 1304/2013, (EU) No 1309/2013, (EU) No 1316/2013, (EU) No 223/2014, (EU) No 283/2014, and Decision No 541/2014/EU and repealing Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 966/2012[11], and in particular Article 70 thereof,

 having regard to Regulation (EU) 2016/794 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 May 2016 on the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation (Europol) and replacing and repealing Council Decisions 2009/371/JHA, 2009/934/JHA, 2009/935/JHA, 2009/936/JHA and 2009/968/JHA[12], and in particular Article 60 thereof,

 having regard to Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) No 1271/2013 of 30 September 2013 on the framework financial regulation for the bodies referred to in Article 208 of Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 966/2012 of the European Parliament and of the Council[13], and in particular Article 108 thereof,

 having regard to Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2019/715 of 18 December 2018 on the framework financial regulation for the bodies set up under the TFEU and Euratom Treaty and referred to in Article 70 of Regulation (EU, Euratom) 2018/1046 of the European Parliament and of the Council[14], and in particular Article 105 thereof,

 having regard to Rule 100 of and Annex V to its Rules of Procedure,

 having regard to the opinion of the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs,

 having regard to the report of the Committee on Budgetary Control (A9-0075/2020),

1. Approves the closure of the accounts of the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation (Europol) for the financial year 2018;

2. Instructs its President to forward this decision to the Executive Director of the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation (Europol), the Council, the Commission and the Court of Auditors, and to arrange for its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union (L series).

 


 

3. MOTION FOR A EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT RESOLUTION

with observations forming an integral part of the decision on discharge in respect of the implementation of the budget of the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation (Europol) for the financial year 2018

(2019/2088(DEC))

The European Parliament,

 having regard to its decision on discharge in respect of the implementation of the budget of the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation (Europol) for the financial year 2018,

 having regard to Rule 100 of and Annex V to its Rules of Procedure,

 having regard to the opinion of the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs,

 having regard to the report of the Committee on Budgetary Control (A9-0075/2020),

A. whereas, according to its statement of revenue and expenditure[15], the final budget of the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation (the ‘Agency’) for the financial year 2018 was EUR 135 737 021, representing an increase of 13,84 % compared to 2017; whereas the increase was due to additional tasks expanding its mandate; whereas the Agency’s budget mainly derives from the Union budget.

B. whereas the Court of Auditors (the ‘Court’), in its annual report on the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation (Europol) for the financial year 2018 (the ‘Court's report’), has stated that it has obtained reasonable assurances that the Agency’s annual accounts are reliable and that the underlying transactions are legal and regular;

Budget and financial management

1. Notes that the budget monitoring efforts during the financial year 2018 resulted in a budget implementation rate of 96,10 %, representing a slight decrease of 3,62 % compared to 2017; notes that the payment appropriations execution rate was 86,92 %, representing a decrease of 2,09 % compared to 2017;

2. Welcomes the information provided by the Agency on the tasks and budgetary implications of its EU Internet Referral Unit (EU IRU); notes that the activity-based management planning for the EU IRU was EUR 4 860 000 in 2019, which was composed of: (a) EUR 3 710 000 for direct staff-related expenditure (covering 38 members of staff: 26 temporary agents, four contract agents and eight seconded national experts), (b) EUR 1 150 000 covering operational expenditure, running costs and a grant of EUR 510 000 in 2019 (from which seven additional contract agents were funded, bringing total number of EU IRU staff to 45); notes that those figures do not include the separate costs for the development of ICT operational systems at organisational level;

Performance

3. Notes with satisfaction that the Agency monitored its performance by means of 38 key performance indicators, 51 other performance indicators and the implementation of around 170 specific actions planned in its work programme, with the performance reporting framework aimed in general at assessing the added value the Agency’s activities and at enhancing its budget management;

4. Notes that the Agency achieved 78 % of the targets set for performance indicators and that it progressed in the implementation of 79 % of the actions contained within the 2018 work programme (compared to 80 % in 2017);

5. Notes that the Agency has continued focusing on operational analysis and first-line response speed, including the processing of contributions, while continuing to provide proactive support to high-profile investigations regarding the three areas which pose a continuous threat to the internal security of the Union, namely cybercrime, serious and organised crime and terrorism;

6. Encourages the Agency to pursue the digitalisation of its services;

7. Notes with appreciation that in 2018 the Agency continued to carry out joint activities or shared services with other Union agencies, including Eurojust, the European Border and Coast Guard Agency, the European Asylum Support Office and the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction and that the Agency joined 10 interinstitutional and one inter-agency procurement procedure; deems it necessary for the Agency to further develop strong ties with other relevant Union institutions; encourages the Agency to explore ways of sharing resources or staff, or both, allocated to overlapping tasks with other agencies which perform similar activities or with agencies based within the Agency's proximity;

8. Notes that following its continuous operational cooperation with other Justice and Home Affairs (JHA) agencies, the Agency took over the chair of the JHA agencies’ network in 2019, which addresses joint work on the further development of JHA agencies’ cooperation, including on the aspects of interoperability of Union information systems, innovation, good governance arrangements (including a whistle-blowing best practice survey in JHA agencies), diversity and inclusion, as well as interaction and scope for further cooperation with non-JHA agencies;

9. Calls on the Commission to conduct a feasibility study in order to assess the possibility of, at the very least, setting up shared synergies with the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training (‘CEPOL’), if not of fully merging them; calls upon the Commission to evaluate two scenarios: the transfer of the Agency to CEPOL’s headquarters in Budapest and the transfer of CEPOL’s headquarters to the Agency’s headquarters in The Hague; notes that such an act would mean sharing corporate and support services and the management of common premises, as well as shared ICT, telecommunications and internet-based infrastructure, thus saving huge amounts of money which would be used to fund both agencies further;

10. Notes that the number of operations that the Agency supported grew from 1 496 in 2017 to 1 748 in 2018 (representing an increase of 16,8 %) and that operational meetings funded by the Agency increased from 403 in 2017 to 427 in 2018 (representing an increase of 5,9 %); highlights the importance and added value of the Agency, in particular of the joint investigation teams (the ‘JITs’), in the fight against organised crime across Europe; notes, in that regard, that the JITs supported by the Agency increased from 64 in 2017 to 93 in 2018 (representing an increase of 45 %), with 27 of the JITs requiring coordination amongst more than 20 countries[16]; notes that the increase in the Agency’s budget corresponds to an intensification of all its operations, including supporting cooperation in the field of cybercrime and the fight against terrorism online; underlines the importance of adequate funding and resources for JITs in line with the sharp increase in their levels of activity;

11. Requests the Agency to make financial resources for translations available to the extent possible and urges the budgetary authority to provide sufficient financial resources to allow for the translation of the Agency’s official reports into all official languages of the Union, given the importance of its work for Union citizens, the obligation to ensure transparency with regard to its activities and the fact that the Joint Parliamentary Scrutiny Group composed of national and European parliamentarians from all Member States should be able to do its work properly; invites the Commission and the Agency to establish a cooperation framework with the Translation Centre for the Bodies of the European Union in order to reduce the financial burden regarding translation;

 

Staff policy

12. Notes that on 31 December 2018 the establishment plan was 96,35 % executed, with 555 temporary agents appointed out of 576 temporary agents authorised under the Union budget (compared with 550 authorised posts in 2017); notes that, in addition, 201 contract agents and 153 seconded national experts worked for the Agency in 2018;

13. Notes the uneven gender balance reported for 2018 among the senior managers – 145 men and 27 women, with 43 men and 10 women on the management board;

14. Notes with appreciation that the Agency has identified positive trends in its commitment to ensure balanced gender representation;

Public procurement

15. Notes with concern that, according to the Court’s report, the Agency irregularly prolonged the duration of a framework contract for the provision of business travel services by signing amendment number 2 after the contract had expired and that, with that same amendment, the Agency also introduced new price aspects not covered by the competitive procurement procedure, rendering amendment number 2 and related 2018 payments irregular; notes the Agency’s reply that the framework contract extension had been initiated well in advance of its expiry and that the delay for the extension of the contract was due to the application of the principle of sound financial management; calls on the Agency to strengthen accordingly contract management and ex ante controls;

Prevention and management of conflicts of interest and transparency

 

16. Notes the Agency’s existing measures and ongoing efforts to secure transparency, prevention and management of conflicts of interest and whistle-blower protection; notes the potential conflict of interest case identified concerning a recruitment procedure in 2018; notes that no follow-up action was needed as the adviser recused himself; welcomes the declarations of interest, based on the Agency’s new model template, that have since been published on the Agency’s website, both in relation to its executive director and deputy executive directors and the members of its management board;

17. Regrets that a recent comparative study by Parliament’s Committee on Petitions[17] established that the Agency’s conflict of interest policies are the ‘least detailed compared to those of the other agencies’; acknowledges that this is due, in particular, to the fact that the Agency does not have any scientific committees or panels; regrets, however, that the Agency uses neither a system to categorise interest levels nor a blacklist;

Internal controls

18. Notes that in May 2017 the Commission’s Internal Audit Service, supported by the Internal Audit Capability, performed a risk assessment and that none of the 36 process areas reviewed were graded ‘Enhance risk mitigation’;

19. Notes that the Commission’s Internal Audit Service issued an audit report entitled ‘Human Resources Management and Ethics in EUROPOL’ and has prepared an action plan to address any potential areas for improvement; calls on the Agency to report to the discharge authority on developments in that regard;

20. Calls on the Agency to focus on disseminating the results of its research to the public and to reach out to the public via social media and other media outlets;

21. Welcomes the fact that the Agency has no outstanding recommendations to be implemented from the Court’s audit reports in previous financial years; the Agency has since addressed the single observation of the Court concerning the 2017 financial year with respect to the publication of vacancy notices on the website of the European Personnel Selection Office;

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22. Refers, for other observations of a cross-cutting nature accompanying its decision on discharge, to its resolution of … March 2020[18] on the performance, financial management and control of the agencies.


 

 

 

OPINION OF THE COMMITTEE ON CIVIL LIBERTIES, JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS (13.1.2020)

<CommissionInt>for the Committee on Budgetary Control</CommissionInt>


<Titre>on discharge in respect of the implementation of the budget of the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation (Europol) for the financial year 2018</Titre>

<DocRef>(2019/2088(DEC))</DocRef>

Rapporteur for opinion: <Depute>Roberta Metsola</Depute>

 

SUGGESTIONS

The Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs calls on the Committee on Budgetary Control, as the committee responsible, to incorporate the following suggestions into its motion for a resolution:

1. Underlines the important role of the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation (‘Europol’ or ‘the Agency’) in supporting Member States with criminal investigations; emphasises also the extension of Europol's tasks and its growing role in the prevention and combating of serious and organised crime and terrorism across Europe;

2. Welcomes the fact that the Court of Auditors ('the Court') has declared the transactions underlying the annual accounts of Europol for the financial year 2018 to be legal and regular in all material respects and that its financial position on 31 December 2018 is fairly represented; highlights the fact that the Agency’s budget increased from EUR 118 million to EUR 137 million (representing an increase of 16 %) and its staff increased from 804 to 826 (representing an increase of 2,7 %);

3. Notes that the current proportion of women on Europol’s Management Board is 11 out of 55 members (20 %); asks the Agency to take measures to ensure better gender balance within its senior management;

4. Notes that the number of operations that Europol supported grew from 1 496 in 2017 to 1 748 in 2018 (representing an increase of 16,8 %) and that operational meetings funded by Europol increased from 403 in 2017 to 427 in 2018 (representing an increase of 5,9%); highlights the importance and the added value of Europol, in particular of the Joint Investigation Teams (JITs), in the fight against organised crime across Europe; takes note, in that regard, that the JITs supported by Europol increased from 64 in 2017 to 93 in 2018 (representing an increase of 45 %), with 27 of the JITs requiring coordination amongst more than 20 countries[19]; notes that the increase in Europol’s budget corresponds to an intensification of all its operations, including supporting cooperation in the field of cybercrime and the fight against terrorism online; underlines the importance of adequate funding and resources for JITs in line with the sharp increase in their levels of activity;

5. Regrets the Court’s finding that there were weaknesses in contract management and ex ante controls linked to the fact that the Agency irregularly prolonged the duration of a framework contract for the provision of business travel services by signing an amendment after the contract had expired; notes that the amendment introduced new price aspects not covered by the competitive public procurement procedure and that the irregular payments in relation to the contract amounted to EUR 22 188 in 2018; notes the Court’s finding regarding contract management and exante controls and Europol’s reply that it had exerted due diligence and adhered to the principle of financial management in extending the framework contract to save costs; calls upon the Agency to ensure compliance with the Financial Regulation in order to strengthen its internal financial management controls accordingly in order to avoid future irregularities;

6. Welcomes the conclusion of the audit report of the Commission’s Internal Audit Service on ‘Human Resources Management and Ethics in EUROPOL’ that the Agency’s processes for managing HR and anti-fraud and ethics-oriented policies and procedures are adequately designed and effective and that they comply with the existing regulatory and legal framework; welcomes the preparation of an action plan by the Agency to address the areas for improvement identified in that report; invites the Agency to report back to Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs on the issues identified and the corresponding follow-up measures;

7.  Notes that the Court has identified a horizontal trend across agencies in the use of external staff hired in IT consultancy roles; calls for the dependence on consultancy services in this important area to be addressed; requests the Agency to take note of the observations of the Court and to act on its recommendation to publish its vacancy notices on the website of the European Personnel Selection Office; strongly encourages Europol to develop cooperation further between the other institutions, agencies, offices and bodies of the Union with a view to internalising IT roles in the area of Justice and Home Affairs;

8. Requests the Agency to make financial resources for translations available to the extent possible and urges the budgetary authority to provide sufficient financial resources to allow for the translation of Europol’s official reports into all official languages of the Union, given the importance of its work for Union citizens, the obligation to ensure transparency with regard to its activities and the fact that the Joint Parliamentary Scrutiny Group composed of national and European parliamentarians from all Member States should be able to do its work properly; invites the Commission and Europol to establish a cooperation framework with the Translation Centre for the Bodies of the European Union in order to reduce the financial burden regarding translation;

INFORMATION ON ADOPTION IN COMMITTEE ASKED FOR OPINION

Date adopted

13.1.2020

 

 

 

Result of final vote

+:

–:

0:

43

5

0

Members present for the final vote

Konstantinos Arvanitis, Malik Azmani, Nicolas Bay, Vladimír Bilčík, Vasile Blaga, Damien Carême, Caterina Chinnici, Tudor Ciuhodaru, Clare Daly, Cornelia Ernst, Sylvie Guillaume, Evin Incir, Sophia in ‘t Veld, Patryk Jaki, Assita Kanko, Fabienne Keller, Alice Kuhnke, Jeroen Lenaers, Juan Fernando López Aguilar, Roberta Metsola, Javier Moreno Sánchez, Kostas Papadakis, Nicola Procaccini, Emil Radev, Paulo Rangel, Terry Reintke, Michal Šimečka, Birgit Sippel, Sylwia Spurek, Tineke Strik, Tom Vandendriessche, Bettina Vollath, Ann Widdecombe, Elena Yoncheva

Substitutes present for the final vote

Damian Boeselager, Patrick Breyer, Delara Burkhardt, Lucia Ďuriš Nicholsonová, Beata Kempa, Ondřej Kovařík, Kris Peeters, Robert Roos, Miguel Urbán Crespo, Loránt Vincze, Petar Vitanov, Maria Walsh, Tomáš Zdechovský

Substitutes under Rule 209(7) present for the final vote

Lukas Mandl

 

 

 


 

FINAL VOTE BY ROLL CALL IN COMMITTEE ASKED FOR OPINION

43

+

PPE

Vladimír Bilčík, Vasile Blaga, Jeroen Lenaers, Lukas Mandl, Roberta Metsola, Kris Peeters, Emil Radev, Paulo Rangel, Loránt Vincze, Maria Walsh, Tomáš Zdechovský

S&D

Delara Burkhardt, Caterina Chinnici, Tudor Ciuhodaru, Sylvie Guillaume, Evin Incir, Juan Fernando López Aguilar, Javier Moreno Sánchez, Birgit Sippel, Sylwia Spurek, Petar Vitanov, Bettina Vollath, Elena Yoncheva

RENEW

Malik Azmani, Sophia in 't Veld, Fabienne Keller, Ondřej Kovařík, Michal Šimečka

VERTS/ALE

Damian Boeselager, Patrick Breyer, Damien Carême, Alice Kuhnke, Terry Reintke, Tineke Strik

ECR

Lucia Ďuriš Nicholsonová, Patryk Jaki, Assita Kanko, Beata Kempa, Nicola Procaccini

GUE/NGL

Konstantinos Arvanitis, Clare Daly, Cornelia Ernst, Miguel Urbán Crespo

 

5

-

ID

Nicolas Bay, Tom Vandendriessche

ECR

Robert Roos

NI

Kostas Papadakis, Ann Widdecombe

 

0

0

 

 

 

Key to symbols:

+ : in favour

- : against

0 : abstention

 

INFORMATION ON ADOPTION IN COMMITTEE RESPONSIBLE

Date adopted

19.2.2020

 

 

 

Result of final vote

+:

–:

0:

21

2

0

Members present for the final vote

Matteo Adinolfi, Caterina Chinnici, Lefteris Christoforou, Ryszard Czarnecki, Luke Ming Flanagan, Daniel Freund, Isabel García Muñoz, Cristian Ghinea, Monika Hohlmeier, Jean-François Jalkh, Joachim Kuhs, Sabrina Pignedoli, Michèle Rivasi, Angelika Winzig, Lara Wolters, Tomáš Zdechovský

Substitutes present for the final vote

Katalin Cseh, Maria Grapini, David Lega, Mikuláš Peksa, Ramona Strugariu

Substitutes under Rule 209(7) present for the final vote

Peter Pollák, József Szájer

 


 

FINAL VOTE BY ROLL CALL IN COMMITTEE RESPONSIBLE

21

+

ECR

Ryszard Czarnecki

GUE/NGL

Luke Ming Flanagan

ID

Jean-François Jalkh

NI

Sabrina Pignedoli

PPE

Lefteris Christoforou, Monika Hohlmeier, David Lega, Peter Pollák, József Szájer, Angelika Winzig, Tomáš Zdechovský

RENEW

Katalin Cseh, Cristian Ghinea, Ramona Strugariu

S&D

Caterina Chinnici, Isabel García Muñoz, Maria Grapini, Lara Wolters

VERTS/ALE

Daniel Freund, Mikuláš Peksa, Michèle Rivasi

 

2

-

ID

Matteo Adinolfi, Joachim Kuhs

 

0

0

 

 

 

 

 

Key to symbols:

+ : in favour

- : against

0 : abstention

 

 

[1] OJ C 417, 11.12.2019, p. 150.

[2] OJ C 417, 11.12.2019, p. 150.

[3] OJ L 298, 26.10.2012, p. 1.

[4] OJ L 193, 30.7.2018, p. 1.

[5] OJ L 135, 24.5.2016, p. 53.

[6] OJ L 328, 7.12.2013, p. 42.

[7] OJ L 122, 10.5.2019, p. 1.

[8] OJ C 417, 11.12.2019, p. 150.

[9] OJ C 417, 11.12.2019, p. 150.

[10] OJ L 298, 26.10.2012, p. 1.

[11] OJ L 193, 30.7.2018, p. 1.

[12] OJ L 135, 24.5.2016, p. 53.

[13] OJ L 328, 7.12.2013, p. 42.

[14] OJ L 122, 10.5.2019, p. 1.

[15] OJ C 416, 15.11.2018, p.46.

[16]  https://www.europol.europa.eu/sites/default/files/documents/europolinbrief2019.pdf

[17]  https://www.europarl.europa.eu/RegData/etudes/STUD/2020/621934/IPOL_STU(2020)621934_EN.pdf

[18] Texts adopted, P9_TA(2020)0000.

[19]  https://www.europol.europa.eu/sites/default/files/documents/europolinbrief2019.pdf

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