Thursday, 16 March
“Save bees and farmers”: debate on Citizen’s initiative
At 9.00, MEPs will discuss a European citizens’ initiative that gathered over one million signatures calling for synthetic pesticides to be phased out by 2035 and for a bee-friendly agriculture to be created.
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Lack of cooperation from member states in the EP’s Pegasus inquiry
Unsatisfied by EU countries’ replies to their questions regarding the use of spyware, MEPs will urge the Commission in a debate around 11.00 to act to address this lack of cooperation.
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An EU-wide digital wallet: confirmation vote of negotiating mandate
At noon, plenary will decide whether to endorse the position adopted by the Industry Committee on draft legislation to provide EU citizens with digital access to key public services across EU borders. If backed, Parliament’s negotiators will be able to open talks with the Council on the final form of the law.
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At noon, MEPs will vote on resolutions on:
- allegations of poisoning of school girls in Iran;
- attacks against freedom of expression and association and trade unions in Tunisia, in particular the case of journalist Noureddine Boutar;
- the human rights situation in Cambodia, and the case of opposition leader Kem Sokha, and
- EU Guidelines on Human Rights Defenders.
Live coverage of the plenary session can be found on Parliament’s webstreaming and on EbS+.
For detailed information on the session, please also see our newsletter.
All information regarding plenary, can be found here.