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Josianne CUTAJAR Josianne CUTAJAR
Josianne CUTAJAR

Eiropas Parlamenta sociālistu un demokrātu progresīvās alianses grupa

Locekle

Malta - Partit Laburista (Malta)

Dzimšanas gads : , Victoria

Sākums Josianne CUTAJAR

Locekle

ITRE
Rūpniecības, pētniecības un enerģētikas komiteja
DANZ
Delegācija attiecībām ar Austrāliju un Jaunzēlandi

Aizstājēja

TRAN
Transporta un tūrisma komiteja
REGI
Reģionālās attīstības komiteja
D-CN
Delegācija attiecībām ar Ķīnas Tautas Republiku

Deputāta darbība pēdējā laikā

Jaunā DFS, pašu resursi un atveseļošanas plāns EN

15-05-2020
Rakstiski balsojumu skaidrojumi

. – I voted in favor of an ambitious Resolution on the MFF and Recovery Plan. In this time of crisis, the EU must show unity. The Recovery Fund needs to build on the MFF, ensuring that no individual or business is left behind. It must support businesses and SMEs through easy and direct financing, helping them get back on their feet and continue assisting them once they are up and running. Sectors as Tourism, a key industry for our country, can benefit enormously from the plan. The Parliament has demanded for the fund to be part of an overarching recovery package worth EUR 2 trillion.

Pagaidu pasākumi attiecībā uz gaisa pārvadājumu pakalpojumu sniegšanu EN

15-05-2020
Rakstiski balsojumu skaidrojumi

A liquidity crunch caused by boarder closures and temporary restrictions on air travel is testing the resilience of the airline industry, an industry of paramount importance for the EU and Malta. It is for this reason that I supported the urgent procedure on air services. By temporarily modifying specific provisions, the EU will help address the negative consequences of Covid-19 and mitigate the impact on the sector.

Pagaidu pasākumi attiecībā uz sertifikātu un licenču derīgumu (omnibus) EN

15-05-2020
Rakstiski balsojumu skaidrojumi

I voted in favor of the urgent procedure meant to modify temporarily the Omnibus Directive. The public measures implemented by Member States in response to the Covid-19 crisis have not allowed Governments, transport operators and individuals employed in transport to complete the necessary procedures demanded by Union law for the renewal, extension or continued validity of certificates, licences or authorisations. In an effort to allieviate the burden on the transport sector the EU is temporarily extending the validity of such documentation to the benefit of all citizens and businesses.

Josianne CUTAJAR
Josianne CUTAJAR

Vietnē “EP Newshub”

RT @Evelyn_Regner: Members of the #GenderMainstreamingNetwork are calling for gender-equal distribution of investments within the #RecoveryFund ! #halfofit ✉️ Here's the full letter to @vonderleyen and @eucopresident - https://t.co/m5IYmIkRl5  https://t.co/yNKi0mnKFL 

RT @chrisfearne: Bonġu 🌈. Għax qbadna t-triq it-tajba mill-bidu, ir-responsabilità u s-sagrifiċċji ta’ ħafna qed jagħtu l-frott. Ebda każ ġdid ta’ #covid_19 il-bieraħ. Moħħna hemm ħa nkomplu ngawdu s-suċċess. https://t.co/Tpft6NXOgf 

I'm determined to challenge the status quo. I'm determined to build a new, better normal. https://t.co/52xq9aMcAT 

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