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Poslanska skupina Evropske ljudske stranke (Krščanskih demokratov)


Bolgarija - Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria (Bolgarija)

Datum rojstva : , Sofia

Pisne obrazložitve glasovanja Eva MAYDELL

Poslanci lahko na plenarnem zasedanju predložijo pisno obrazložitev svojega glasovanja. Člen 194

Okolje: Aarhuška uredba (A9-0152/2021 - Christian Doleschal) EN


. – The Aarhus Regulation transposes the international Aarhus Convention on public participation and access to information and justice into Union law, providing administrative review possibilities for environmental NGO’s with regard to administrative acts and omissions by Union institutions and bodies in the field of environmental law. I supported the report because the changes will facilitate the integration of environmental objectives into a wide range of EU policies, broaden the types of administrative acts that can be reviewed, limit the costs of the review process, and allow members of the public to make a request for internal review to an EU institution or body.

Odgovornost podjetij za okoljsko škodo (A9-0112/2021 - Antonius Manders) EN


. – I supported the report as it aims to strengthen existing EU rules on companies’ environmental liability to reduce and prevent environment harm. It recommends revising and transforming the Environmental Liability Directive into a fully harmonised regulation that would apply to all companies operating in the EU. It also proposes setting up an EU ELD Task Force at the Commission to help member states harmonise enforcement across the internal market as a way to ensure a level playing field.

Nove poti za zakonite delovne migracije (A9-0143/2021 - Sylvie Guillaume) EN


. – I supported the report dealing with legal labour migration. It recommends a gradual approach, based on addressing immediate issues by looking to expand the sectors governed by EU law, and then looking at a more overarching reform of EU legal migration policy. In view of our ageing societies and labour market shortages, the rules of attracting talents and highly-skilled legal migrants as well as manual labour and entrepreneurs need to be further explored.

Digitalna prihodnost Evrope: enotni digitalni trg in uporaba umetne inteligence za evropske potrošnike (A9-0149/2021 - Deirdre Clune) EN


. – I voted in favour of the resolution on Europe’s digital future, which is reiterating the need for common EU rules on accessible and human-centric technology. It argues that AI solutions could diminish existing barriers and reduce the fragmentation of the internal market, support European digital economy and its competitiveness, contributing also to safety, security, education, healthcare, transport and the environment. I fully agree with the rapporteur Deirdre Clune that Artificial Intelligence can be positive and transformative. It could help us to face many societal challenges - from treating diseases to minimising the environmental impact on farming. In order to take full advantage of AI’s possibilities, we need to give our businesses and start-ups room for innovation and support investment.

Evropska strategija za povezovanje energetskih sistemov (A9-0062/2021 - Christophe Grudler) EN


. – I voted in favour of the report on EU strategy for energy system integration. As a part of the European Green Deal, it aims to encourage smart sector integration. I am glad to see that the new EU strategy will involve various existing and emerging technologies, processes and business models, such as ICT and digitalisation, smart grids and meters and flexibility markets.

Evropska strategija za vodik (A9-0116/2021 - Jens Geier) EN


. – I voted in favour of the report, as it agrees that hydrogen produced from renewable sources is key to the EU’s energy transition, as only renewable hydrogen can sustainably contribute to achieving climate neutrality in the long term and avoid lock-in effects and stranded assets. The aim of the strategy is to create an enabling environment to scale up renewable hydrogen supply and demand for a climate-neutral economy. To do so, the strategy outlines a number of key actions and presents three strategic phases in the timeline up to 2050.

Poročili o Črni gori za leti 2019 in 2020 (A9-0131/2021 - Tonino Picula) EN


. – I supported the annual report on the progress of Montenegro on its path to the European Union, reflecting on development in membership negotiations and reform efforts. The report touches on the following issues: commitment to enlargement, democracy and the rule of law, respect for fundamental freedoms and human rights, reconciliation, good neighborly relations and international cooperation, the economy and the COVID-19 pandemic, the environment, and energy and transport. It is a positive sign that, according to recent public opinion surveys, an increasing number of citizens (76.6%) support the country’s future membership of the EU.

Učinki podnebnih sprememb na človekove pravice in vloga okoljevarstvenikov pri tem vprašanju (A9-0039/2021 - María Soraya Rodríguez Ramos) EN


. – I voted in favour of the report because it calls for greater ambition and protection of human rights and environmental rights defenders and underlines the important role of indigenous communities as important entities in the fight against climate change and the preservation of the environment. It also appeals for the EU and its Member States to act as a credible and reliable partner on the global stage through the adoption, strengthening and implementation of legislation aligned with a comprehensive human-rights-based approach to climate action.

Kako spremeniti demografske trende v regijah EU z instrumenti kohezijske politike (A9-0061/2021 - Daniel Buda) EN


. – I voted in favour of the report on reversing demographic trends in EU regions using cohesion policy instruments. The report underlines that the EU is facing a major demographic challenge, which, despite different impacts across regions, has to be acknowledged and tackled in a holistic way in order to redress the negative natural demographic balance of recent years. It also notes that active ageing policies are needed in order to reduce the negative dimension of demographic changes, especially in rural and remote areas, and to ensure an adequate level of quality of life for all inhabitants.

Vpliv pravil EU o prostem gibanju delavcev in prostem pretoku storitev: mobilnost delovne sile v EU kot orodje za usklajevanje potreb in ponudbe na trgu delovne sile (A9-0066/2021 - Radan Kanev) EN


. – The free movement of workers, the freedom of establishment and the freedom to provide services are fundamental principles of the internal market. I supported the report as it highlights the need to place the protection of workers and social partners’ involvement at the core of Union law in this field so that democratic functioning, economic growth and high social and environmental standards are ensured. it also recalls the need to ensure the free movement of workers in order to preserve employment and the economy of certain regions, and to maintain activities such as farming. The report underlines the need for further use of harmonisation and mutual recognition tools for the recognition of professional diplomas, skills and qualifications throughout the Union.