Spokespersons for Parliament and for political groups will hold a briefing on the 2 - 5 October plenary session on Friday at 11.00, in Parliament’s Anna Politkovskaya press room.
Journalists are invited to a seminar with lead MEPs Sabine Verheyen and Christel Schaldemose on the protection of media content online in the context of recent EU legislation.
Ministers are holding a series of meetings in parliamentary committees to present the priorities of the Spanish Presidency of the Council.
MEPs and political groups presented their candidates for the Sakharov Prize 2023 on Wednesday. The vote on the three finalists will take place in October.
Civil Liberties Committee MEPs backed proposals which would mean border controls within the free-movement Schengen area can only be reintroduced when absolutely necessary.
On Wednesday, the Budgets Committee set out its position on the reform of the EU’s long-term budget, emphasizing the urgency to future-proof the EU budget.
On Wednesday, MEPs approved nearly €455 million in EU Solidarity Fund aid in response to recent natural disasters in Romania, Italy and Türkiye.
Parliament and Council have reached a provisional agreement on new rules to ban misleading advertisements and provide consumers with better product information.
The Industry Committee adopted its position on the "Gigabit infrastructure Act", designed to reduce costs and red tape for the deployment of very high-speed networks.
The Internal Market and Consumer Protection Committee adopted its position on new rules to make short-term rented accommodation more transparent.
“Our Time for Leadership” - EP President Metsola’s keynote at the World Leaders Forum, Columbia University
European Parliament President Roberta Metsola´s Keynote Address at the World Leaders Forum, Columbia University, New York: “Our Time for Leadership”
A képviselők csütörtökön elfogadták a stratégiai nyersanyagellátás fellendítéséről szóló álláspontjukat, amely kulcsfontosságú az EU fenntartható és digitális jövőjének biztosításához.
On Thursday, the European Parliament adopted three resolutions on the human rights situations in Guatemala, Azerbaijan and Bangladesh.
Parliament called on Thursday for EU measures to tackle prostitution and policies that eliminate poverty.
Parliament today gave the green light to start negotiations with Council to reform the EU’s electricity market.
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