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Debates
Tuesday, 8 October 2013 - Strasbourg Revised edition

Budgetary constraints for regional and local authorities regarding the EU's Structural Funds (A7-0269/2013 - Erminia Mazzoni)
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  Lívia Járóka (PPE), in writing. – The national co-financing of EU funds has long been a subject for debate. Strengthening the capacity of sub-national actors for the absorption of Structural Fund assets and increasing the flexibility is of utmost importance, especially given the outstanding role that Structural Funds play in employment and sustainable development, and consequently in social inclusion. Lifting the budgetary constraints that the Stability and Growth Pact may impose on national co-financing by its strict definition of structural deficits is a most progressive proposal and very important in cases of programmes promoting job creation, growth and social inclusion. It may also contribute to account being taken of the multi-dimensional and territorial aspects of poverty and to developing integrated multi-sector development programmes to target the most deprived micro-regions by engaging local communities and mobilising all available CFF Funds and other EU instruments, together with national assets.

 
Právne upozornenie - Politika ochrany súkromia