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Cristian GHINEA Cristian GHINEA
Cristian GHINEA

Grúpa Renew Europe

Comhalta

an Rómáin - USR-PLUS (an Rómáin)

Dáta Breithe : ,

Baile Cristian GHINEA

Leas-Chathaoirleach

REGI
An Coiste um Fhorbairt Réigiúnach

Comhalta

CONT
An Coiste um Rialú Buiséadach
AGRI
An Coiste um Thalmhaíocht agus um Fhorbairt Tuaithe
D-MD
An Toscaireacht chun an Choiste Pharlaimintigh Comhlachais idir AE agus an Mholdóiv

Comhalta ionadaíoch

EMPL
An Coiste um Fhostaíocht agus um Ghnóthaí Sóisialta
AFCO
An Coiste um Ghnóthaí Bunreachtúla
BECA
An Coiste Speisialta um Shárú na hAilse
DEPA
An Toscaireacht chun Tionól Parlaiminteach Euronest

Gníomhaíochtaí is déanaí

08-10-2020
Written explanations of vote

. – We have to make sure the EU remains a community of values. EU should be at the forefront of defending the rule of law and should use all its tools to defend democracy, freedom of speech, and respect of the rule of law. Renew Europe defends free speech and the free press. We call for strong and comprehensive mechanisms to protect and strengthen the freedom of speech, the freedom of the media and enhance the protection of journalists. We can't talk about rule of law without a proper independence of the judicial system, including a properly functioning General Prosecutor’s Office

08-10-2020
Written explanations of vote

. – This report aims to analyse the main regulatory challenges regarding the development and extension of digital finance at EU level. We need a framework for Crypto-Assets, namely the adoption of a common definition of crypto-assets, an appropriate classification, a common approach to cyber resilience of the financial sector. There is also a need for strengthening information sharing and coordination between regulatory and supervisory authorities and for an appropriate management of data in the financial sector.

08-10-2020
Written explanations of vote

. – The capital markets union is an EU initiative, which aims to deepen and further integrate the capital market of EU member states.The capital markets union aims to provide new sources of funding for businesses, especially SMEs, at teh same time reducing the cost of raising capital. I voted in favour of this report. I believe that there is a need for a further integration and improvement of European capital markets to make them as competitive, and resilient as possible, especially also in the context of Brexit. I think MiFID II should be revisited to include incentives for research on investment in SMEs.

Teagmháil

Bruxelles

Strasbourg