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Member 

BURO  
Parliament's Bureau 
QUE  
Quaestors 

Responsibilities as Quaestor: 

  • Members’ transport facilities, including car service, the Travel Agency, and facilities at Strasbourg and Brussels airports
  • ICT equipment for Members (including television facilities)
  • Sports centres situated on Parliament’s premises in Brussels and Strasbourg
  • Cultural and artistic events sponsored by Members, including charity sales
  • Relations with Intergroups and other unofficial groupings
  • Member of the Bureau Working Group on Information and Communication Policy
Committee on Employment and Social Affairs 
Delegation for relations with the Arab Peninsula 

Substitute 

Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs 
Delegation to the EU-Turkey Joint Parliamentary Committee 
Delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Union for the Mediterranean 

Most recent activities 

Situation in Bolivia (RC-B9-0187/2019, B9-0187/2019, B9-0188/2019, B9-0189/2019, B9-0190/2019, B9-0191/2019, B9-0192/2019)  
 
Written explanations of vote 
Climate and environmental emergency (RC-B9-0209/2019, B9-0209/2019, B9-0211/2019, B9-0212/2019, B9-0215/2019, B9-0216/2019, B9-0218/2019, B9-0220/2019)  
 
Written explanations of vote 
David CASA  
David CASA 

On EP NEWSHUB

  • People who are liars according to Brian Tonna: the media, the FIAU director, the opposition, the foreign press and everyone who can read. People who are not liars according to Brian Tonna: Brian Tonna. https://t.co/Ie32zYlAHu 

    Posted:  
    on twitter 
  • The more pertinent question is why on earth was Adrian Hillman on the state payroll when he is under formal investigation - along with @keithaschembri - for money laundering? Termination is just the 1st step. Now, investigate, prosecute and use the same yardstick with everyone. https://t.co/8zhLli6Tvi 

    Posted:  
    on twitter 
  • Transparency International dedicated an entire page to #Malta in this year’s report. All eyes continue to be pointed towards @MaltaGov’s complete disregard to rule of law. This ranking now means Malta slid down 16 places in under 5 years. @anticorruption https://t.co/ebKXmwSVAB 

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    on twitter 

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