MEPs will take stock of the work done by the Juncker Commission during its mandate on Tuesday morning.
On Tuesday morning, MEPs will take stock of the outcome of the 17-18 October meeting of EU heads of state or government.
Parliament will adopt its position on next year’s EU budget on Wednesday, focussing on climate change, youth unemployment, Erasmus, migration and external policies.
MEPs will discuss the Turkish military operation in north-east Syria and its consequences on Wednesday morning. A resolution will be put to the vote on Thursday.
On Wednesday afternoon, MEPs are set to reiterate their support for opening accession talks with the two Western Balkan countries.
The EU and its member states must ensure search and rescue operations in the Mediterranean are managed swiftly, MEPs are set to say on Thursday.
UK researchers, students and farmers would continue to get EU support in the event of a no-deal Brexit, under provisions to be put to the vote on Tuesday.
MEPs are set to approve changes to the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund to include support for workers affected by a no-deal Brexit, in a vote on Tuesday.
MEPs are set to push for EU plans and funds to mitigate the economic knock-on effects on tourism, air and road transport of the Thomas Cook bankruptcy.
Following the recent terror attack outside a synagogue in eastern Germany, MEPs will discuss violent right-wing extremism in a plenary debate on Monday.
MEPs will discuss stalled legislation obliging multinationals to disclose what taxes they pay in each country on Tuesday, and will adopt a resolution on Thursday.
The Council’s and European Asylum Support Office’s (EASO) accounts are likely to not be approved by MEPs, in separate votes on Wednesday.
Parliament will discuss the ongoing climate and biodiversity crisis with Council and Commission on Wednesday afternoon.
Parliament will debate with EU Court of Auditors president Klaus-Heiner Lehne and Budget commissioner Günther Oettinger on Wednesday how EU money was spent in 2018.
MEPs could send the Commission back to the drawing board in a vote on Thursday, after member states watered down draft measures to protect bees.
Parliament will hold urgent debates on the following human rights, democracy and rule of law topics on Thursday 24 October, at around 10.00, with the votes following at 12.00.
Newsletter - 21-24 October 2019 - Strasbourg plenary session