Łukasz KOHUT Łukasz KOHUT
Łukasz KOHUT

Fraktion der Progressiven Allianz der Sozialdemokraten im Europäischen Parlament

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Polen - Wiosna (Polen)

geboren am : , Katowice

Schriftliche Erklärungen zur Abstimmung Łukasz KOHUT

Die Mitglieder können eine schriftliche Erklärung dazu abgeben, wie sie im Plenum abgestimmt haben. Artikel 194 GO

Mord an Daphne Caruana Galizia und Rechtsstaatlichkeit in Malta (B9-0219/2021)

28-04-2021

Es ist sehr wichtig, dass alle EU-Mitgliedstaaten ihren internationalen Verpflichtungen nachkommen Daher habe ich für den Änderungsantrag gestimmt, mit dem die maltesischen Behörden erneut aufgefordert werden, alle ausstehenden Empfehlungen der Parlamentarischen Versammlung des Europarates, der Venedig-Kommission, der Gruppe der Staaten gegen Korruption (GRECO) und des Expertenausschusses des Europarates für die Bewertung von Maßnahmen gegen Geldwäsche (MONEYVAL) vollständig umzusetzen.

Einrichtung von „Horizont Europa“ sowie dessen Regeln für die Beteiligung und die Verbreitung der Ergebnisse (A9-0122/2021 - Dan Nica) EN

27-04-2021

The Horizon Europe programme for the years 2021-2027 builds on the Horizon 2020 programme and has the same premise - investing in research and innovation is investing in Europe’s future as it helps to compete globally and preserve the Union’s social model.
I share this conviction and therefore have supported the establishment of the Horizon Europe programme.

Interinstitutionelle Vereinbarung über ein verbindliches Transparenzregister (A9-0123/2021 - Maria Hübner) EN

27-04-2021

I have voted in favor of the inter-institutional agreement on the Transparency Register as it is my deepest conviction that the EU decision-making process should be clear and open to the citizens. The new rules, which have expanded the scope of the Register and extended it to the Council go in that direction and mean a new chapter for transparency in the EU.

Gestaltung der Politik im Bereich digitale Bildung (A9-0042/2021 - Victor Negrescu) EN

25-03-2021

The COVID pandemic has demonstrated a vital need for high-level digital education and lifelong learning in the EU. It has also caused increased social inequalities in the field of education. With distance learning becoming the pandemic norm we have seen acute disparities between and within Member States, depending on social and educational backgrounds in families, but also on mere access to digital infrastructure and equipment.
I voted in favour of the Shaping Digital Education Policy report as it presents ideas and directions for a consistent and progressive digital education policy in Europe aimed at addressing challenges in the aforementioned area.

Anwendung der Verordnung (EU, Euratom) 2020/2092 (an die Rechtstaatlichkeit geknüpfter Konditionalitätsmechanismus) (B9-0206/2021, B9-0207/2021, B9-0208/2021)

25-03-2021

Die Union beruht auf den Werten der Achtung der Menschenwürde, Freiheit, Demokratie, Gleichheit, Rechtsstaatlichkeit und der Wahrung der Menschenrechte, einschließlich der Rechte der Personen, die Minderheiten angehören, wie sie in Artikel 2 EUV verankert sind. Die Verordnung (EU, Euratom) 2020/2092 des Europäischen Parlaments und des Rates vom 16. Dezember 2020 über eine allgemeine Konditionalitätsregelung zum Schutz des Haushalts der Union ist am 1. Januar 2021 in Kraft getreten und ist seitdem anzuwenden. Die Kommission darf diese Anwendung nicht verzögern.
Ich habe daher für die Entschließung B9‑0208/2021 gestimmt.

Berichte 2019–2020 über das Kosovo (A9-0031/2021 - Viola Von Cramon-Taubadel) PL

25-03-2021

Głosowałem za przyjęciem rezolucji dotyczącej sprawozdań dotyczących Kosowa za lata 2019-2020, ponieważ w sposób adekwatny i zrównoważony oddaje ona sytuację polityczno-gospodarczą i społeczną w Kosowie. W rezolucji słusznie podkreśla się, że niepodległość Kosowa jest nieodwracalna, i pięć państw członkowskich UE, które wciąż jeszcze nie uznały Kosowa, powinny to zrobić. Należy dodać również, że uznanie Kosowa byłoby korzystne dla normalizacji stosunków między Kosowem a Serbią, wzmocniłoby i skonsolidowało stabilność regionu oraz ułatwiłoby integrację obu państw z UE.

Assoziierungsabkommen zwischen der EU und der Ukraine (A9-0219/2020 - Michael Gahler) EN

10-02-2021

I have voted in favour of the report as it accurately describes the situation as well as formulates recommendations I fully agree with. Particularly I would like to underline the following:
1) Ukraine must continue its reforms, in particular in the areas of rule of law, judiciary and anti-corruption, to fully reap the benefits of the Association Agreement and Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area with the EU which aim for political association and economic integration;
2) The country’s institutions should not privilege speedy adoption of legislation over proper parliamentary debate as the former could be detrimental to the quality of legislation. This is all the more important for reforms in the area of rule of law.
3) Ukraine is the most important recipient of EU financial assistance among the Eastern Partnership countries. Continued progress with anti-corruption reforms remains thus crucial. To secure the long-term success of its fight against corruption, Ukraine must also carry through comprehensive judiciary reform. The recent crisis over Ukraine’s Constitutional Court highlights the importance and urgency of reforms.

Neuer Aktionsplan für die Kreislaufwirtschaft: siehe Protokoll (A9-0008/2021 - Jan Huitema) EN

09-02-2021

. ‒ I supported the report as it is very comprehensive, touching upon various aspects of the Circular Economy, including reduction targets on the Union’s material and consumption footprints, sustainable product policy, green claims and public procurement, waste policy as well as the EU’s global role and responsibility.
The Union should strive to achieve a carbon-neutral, environmentally sustainable, toxic-free and fully circular economy within planetary boundaries by 2050 at the latest. This framework will be key to achieve the objectives of the European Green Deal, contributing to innovation, strengthening consumer protection and creating new jobs, while ensuring a just transition.

Umsetzung der Richtlinie zur Bekämpfung des Menschenhandels (A9-0011/2021 - Juan Fernando López Aguilar, María Soraya Rodríguez Ramos) EN

09-02-2021

. ‒ I gave my support to the report, as it is an extensive examination of how the 2011 directive on Preventing and Combatting Trafficking in Human Beings (THB) has been transposed and implemented in Member States. The report’s recommendations are most important and include: 1) revision of the Anti-Trafficking Directive in order to improve the measures for the prevention, tackling and prosecution of all forms of trafficking, especially for sexual exploitation; to address the use of online technologies in THB; unconditional access to assistance and protection, 2) the need for Member States to elaborate contingency plans in order to ensure the minimum functioning of anti-trafficking systems in emergency conditions (such as COVID-19)

Recht auf Nichterreichbarkeit (A9-0246/2020 - Alex Agius Saliba) EN

21-01-2021

The widespread use of digital tools for work purposes has enabled people to work with autonomy and flexibility. ‘Digital work’, as novel as it might have been a couple of years ago, has been becoming more and more prevalent, with the COVID pandemic heavily intensifying this trend. However, the advantages to this trend are coupled with disadvantages and challenges. ‘Digital work’ resulted in new ways of extending working hours and diluting the limitations between working and free time causing often health issues, both physical and mental, such as stress, anxiety, depression and burnout, as well as a negatively impacting on their work-life balance.
Thus, it seems only natural that we need to have this new type of job predicaments regulated. That is why I voted in favour of the report calling for an EU directive on the right to disconnect.

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