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Barry ANDREWS

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Írország - Fianna Fáil Party (Írország)

Születési idő : , Dublin

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INTA
Nemzetközi Kereskedelmi Bizottság
D-ZA
A Dél-Afrikával fenntartott kapcsolatokért felelős küldöttség

Póttag

DEVE
Fejlesztési Bizottság
INGE
Az Európai Unió valamennyi demokratikus folyamatába történő külföldi beavatkozással, többek között a félretájékoztatással foglalkozó különbizottság
D-TR
Az EU–Törökország Parlamenti Vegyes Bizottságba delegált küldöttség

Legutóbbi tevékenységek

OPINION on Sustainable Corporate Governance EN

28-10-2020 INTA_AD(2020)655716 PE655.716v03-00 INTA
Árnyékelőadóként beterjesztett vélemény
Heidi HAUTALA

Közös agrárpolitika – a tagállamok által elkészítendő stratégiai tervhez nyújtott, az EMGA és az EMVA által finanszírozott támogatás (A8-0200/2019 - Peter Jahr) EN

23-10-2020
A szavazáshoz fűzött írásbeli indokolások

The CAP is the European Union’s mechanism for ensuring food security, protecting farm incomes and developing rural communities.
Farmers as custodians of the land will play a significant role in protecting the environment, enhancing biodiversity and promoting sustainable food production.
Fianna Fáil votes on the CAP Strategic Plans sought to marry these two objectives. We voted for the greenest CAP plan in history; setting aside at least 30% of the Direct Payments budget for new eco-schemes to support farmers protect and enhance biodiversity on their lands. Earlier this month we voted for a 60% overall reduction in carbon emissions by 2030.
We voted to align, where appropriate, CAP objectives with the Farm to Fork and Biodiversity Strategies, the Sustainable Development Goals, the European Green Deal and the Paris Agreement.
We will further strengthen climate ambition through the myriad pieces of legislation expected via F2F and the Biodiversity Strategies.
We voted not to send the CAP proposal back to the Commission as this would have delayed the Plan’s adoption beyond 1 Jan 2023. We supported sensible measures that gave flexibility to Member States to ensure that countries could shape their schemes based on local needs.

Közös agrárpolitika: finanszírozás, irányítás és nyomon követés (A8-0199/2019 - Ulrike Müller) EN

23-10-2020
A szavazáshoz fűzött írásbeli indokolások

The CAP Horizontal Regulation contains the most significant change in the CAP Reform, namely the move to the performance-driven implementation model to incentivise and deliver on the increased environmental and biodiversity ambition of the Green Deal, as well as the underlying economic and social objectives of the CAP.
As Fianna Fail MEPs, we fully support the move from a "one-size fits all" prescriptive and burdensome approach to a results and performance based approach, flexible for Member States to design the national Strategic Plans which best meet the needs, objectives and specificities of Irish farmers and rural communities. We fully support the content of the Report in relation to strengthening the governance systems of Member States, streamlining the performance framework and ensuring transparency in relation to the beneficiaries of the funds.
Unfortunately, as proposals for a “hybrid” compliance/performance model - a model that will be burdensome for farmers and Member States - were adopted, we voted to abstain on the final vote.
This hybrid model will result in increased administrative burden at farm level and does not offer the best tool for realising the increased environmental ambition of the CAP, and the demands of farmers for a simplified and responsive policy.

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Bruxelles

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