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Likely to be the last plenary session before a return to Strasbourg next week's plenary will include highlights such as Erasmus+ and a fair transition to a green economy. 
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What will our MEPs be working on in this week's plenary session in Brussels? Highlights include the COVID-19 recovery plan and the introduction of a Digital Green Certificate aiming to facilitate safe, free movement inside the EU during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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This week's plenary will kick off with video messages from New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and US Vice-President Kamala Harris to celebrate International Women's Day 2021. Highlights will also include the announcement of the Conference on the future of Europe as well as a vote on the InvestEU initiative.
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EP Brussels Plenary Chamber 2021
The European Parliament will once again meet virtually for its February 2021 Plenary session, owing to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.  The Plenary Session will see MEPs discussing topics such as the circular economy, the EU's COVID-19 vaccination programme, media and freedom of speech. You will find further information relating to this Plenary Session's votes and debates below. 
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Happy New Year. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis the European Parliament is preparing for yet another decentralised and remote plenary session which will take place across the entire European Union with interactions from all 27 capitals. Below you will find a detailed overview of what your MEPs will be discussing this week.
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The European Parliament is sitting this week for the final time in 2020. Although it will be taking place in Brussels and MEPs will be once again speaking remotely from all European capitals, President Sassoli will be opening the plenary from Strasbourg as a symbolic gesture. 
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Once again, the European Parliament is preparing for a decentralised and remote plenary session which will take place across the entire European Union with interactions from all 27 capitals. Below you will find a detailed overview of what your MEPs will be discussing this week.
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Luke Ming Flanagan addresses Parliament remotely.
Once again, due to the ongoing pandemic and the European Parliament's commitment to stopping COVID-19, this week's plenary session will be held remotely from all 27 member states. Highlights will include MEPs commenting on the recent US election; COVID-19 (pan-European health strategy and vaccine distribution) and the European Parliament's position on the long-term EU budget. 
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For the first time in history MEPs will be contributing to this week's plenary session remotely from all 27 member states. Highlights will include the Digital Services act; Brexit; CAP reform and Sakharov Prize 2020.
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What will our MEPs be working on in this week's plenary session in Brussels? Highlights include President Ursula von der Leyen's State of the European Union address; COVID-19 recovery plan and funding to support regions most affected by the energy transition.
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On Wednesday, the European Parliament will sit for a plenary session where Chancellor Angela Merkel will discuss the German presidency priorities with MEPs. Other items on the agenda include the EU budget, health and road transport. MEPs will be able to vote remotely with many of them opting to vote from their homes in Ireland.
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