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Parliamentary questions
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21 October 2020
Priority question for written answer P-005732/2020
to the Commission
Rule 138
Grzegorz Tobiszowski (ECR)
 Subject: European Green Deal

The annex to the communication on the European Green Deal contains a list of initiatives, primarily legislative proposals, that the Commission plans to implement. The proposed timetable is very tight.

1. Does the Commission believe that it would be possible to complete the work on these initiatives at the planned tempo without compromising their quality, as well as to carry out appropriate consultations with stakeholders, including Member States?

2. What is the scientific basis for the EU’s proposed climate objectives for 2030 and have they been verified by experts? If so, by which?

3. According to the Communication, 'when Member States begin updating their national energy and climate plans in 2023, they should reflect the new climate ambition'. Does the Commission plan to increase its role in the drafting of national plans, and consequently to impose an obligation on Member States to phase out fossil fuels as a condition for access to the Just Transition Mechanism? If so, will this be compatible with the Treaty right of Member States to shape their energy mixes as they see fit?

Original language of question: PL
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