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09-06-2022

ΣΗΜΕΡΑ ΣΤΟ ΕΥΡΩΠΑΪΚΟ ΚΟΙΝΟΒΟΥΛΙΟ

ΠΕΜΠΤΗ 9 ΙΟΥΝΙΟΥ ΟΛΟΜΕΛΕΙΑ ΕΚ ΣΤΡΑΣΒΟΥΡΓΟ 06-09 ΙΟΥΝΟΥ 2022

  • Έκκληση για αναθεώρηση των Συνθηκών της ΕΕ
  • Πολωνία: ψηφοφορία σχετικά με την πιθανή έγκριση του εθνικού σχεδίου ανάκαμψης
  • Ευρωπαϊκή αγορά: Απαγόρευση εισαγωγής προϊόντων που έχουν κατασκευαστεί με καταναγκαστική εργασία
  • Παράνομη υλοτομία
  • Ψηφοφορίες

Βρείτε παρακάτω την Ενημέρωση στα αγγλικά:

 

Plenary session

EP TODAY, Thursday 9 June

   

 

 

Call for a revision of the EU Treaties

In a debate at 9.00, MEPs will discuss with Commission Vice-President Šuica and the French Presidency their proposals for a first set of EU treaty changes, responding to the expressed desire for updates during the Conference on the Future of Europe. They will vote on a resolution at noon.

Poland: vote on the potential approval of the national recovery plan

Following Tuesday’s plenary debate with Commission President von der Leyen and the French Presidency, MEPs are expected to adopt a resolution against the release of €35.4 billion in recovery funds to Poland as long as threats to the rule of law there persist.

Kyriakos KLOSIDIS

(+32) 470 96 47 35

 

No products made by forced labour in the European market

In a debate and a subsequent plenary resolution, MEPs are set to call for an import ban on products made with forced labour. They will quiz the Commission on a new trade instrument to enforce this that is expected in September.

Eszter BALÁZS

(+32) 470 88 08 77

 

Illegal logging

In the afternoon, plenary will consider the issue of illegal logging, and the associated problems of economic loss and deforestation. MEPs will take in the views of the Commission, ahead of a vote on a related resolution during the 23-24 June plenary session.

Janne OJAMO

(+32) 470 89 21 92



Votes

 

There will be a voting session, from 12.00 to 14.00. MEPs will vote, among others, on:

·  a new international procurement instrument;

·  global threats to abortion rights;

·  the EP’s right of initiative, and

·  the human rights and democracy situation in China, Georgia and Nicaragua.

 

Find here a detailed voting schedule.

Live coverage of the session can be found on Parliament’s webstreaming and on EbS+.

Check also our newsletter for detailed information on the session, as well as the plenary page for all priority information.