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In July 2022, the European Commission published its third annual rule of law report, which contains an individual chapter for each of the 27 EU Member States. In contrast to the rule of law reports from 2020 and 2021, this latest one makes country-specific recommendations to all Member States, something the European Parliament had been repeatedly calling for. This brings the rule of law report into closer alignment with the European Semester – as acknowledged by the third report itself. From originally ...

In July 2022, the European Commission published its third annual rule of law report, featuring for the first time country-specific recommendations for each Member State. A motion for a resolution tabled by the European Parliament's Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) notes that, while the Commission has partially addressed Parliament's requests in its resolutions on the previous annual rule of law reports, they need to be addressed in their entirety.

This activity report summarises and explains the work undertaken by the European Parliament in the fields of impact assessment and European added value during the calendar year 2022. It details the support given by the Directorate for Impact Assessment and European Added Value within the European Parliamentary Research Service (EPRS) to assist parliamentary committees in their oversight and scrutiny of the executive in the fields of ex-ante impact assessment, European added value, and ex-post evaluation ...

The common foreign and security policy (CFSP) contributes to the EU's objectives of preserving peace; strengthening international security; promoting international cooperation; and developing and consolidating democracy, the rule of law, respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. The 2022 annual report on the implementation of the CFSP adopted by the Committee for Foreign Affairs (AFET) highlights the need for stronger, more ambitious, credible, strategic and unified EU action on the world ...

During the January I plenary session, the European Parliament is due to formulate recommendations for future EU action in favour of human rights and democracy in the world. The latest EU annual report on the topic highlights the EU's commitment to promoting human rights and democracy globally in 2021, against a grim backdrop of backsliding in many countries. In its motion for a resolution, Parliament's Committee on Foreign Affairs and Subcommittee on Human Rights highlight the impact of Russia's ...

During the January I 2023 plenary session, the European Parliament will vote on its 2022 annual report on the implementation of the common security and defence policy (CSDP). This year's report coincides with ground breaking developments in EU defence. Prepared and adopted by the Committee on Foreign Affairs (AFET), the report focuses in part on Russia's illegal aggression against Ukraine and the EU's response, implementation of the Strategic Compass, EU defence initiatives and parliamentary scrutiny ...

This note is prepared in view of a public hearing with the Chair of the ECB Supervisory Board, Andrea Enria, scheduled for 1 December 2022.

2021 Report on Serbia

Pārskats 29-06-2022

Serbia, a country with a population of 6.9 million, has been advancing towards EU accession since 2012, when it received candidate country status. Despite some progress, Serbia faces three major issues: improving internal political dialogue, reaching a comprehensive legally binding normalisation agreement with Kosovo* and ensuring better alignment with EU foreign policy. The Parliament's position on the European Commission's 2021 annual report on Serbia is expected to be voted in plenary in July ...

2021 Report on Kosovo

Pārskats 29-06-2022

With a population of 1.8 million (93 % ethnic Albanians), Kosovo* unilaterally declared independence from Serbia in 2008. Kosovo's perspective of a European future was stated during summits in Thessaloniki (2003), Sofia (2018) and, recently, Zagreb (2020), Brdo (2021) and Brussels (2022), where EU leaders reaffirmed their unequivocal support for the Western Balkans' European perspective. The European Parliament is expected to debate the European Commission's 2021 annual report on the country during ...

Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), with a population of 3.8 million, became independent from the former Yugoslavia on 3 March 1992, following a referendum that was boycotted by ethnic Serbs. Bosnia and Herzegovina was offered an EU membership perspective during the EU-Western Balkans summit in Thessaloniki (2003), subsequently restated in Sofia (2018), Zagreb (2020), Brdo (2021) and, most recently, Brussels (2022). The Parliament is expected to vote on the European Commission's 2021 annual report on BiH ...