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Albania: No closer to joining the EU

W skrócie 07-06-2021

Albania joined NATO in April 2009 and has been an EU candidate country since June 2014. After having made some progress in meeting the political criteria and the objectives related to the five key priorities for opening its EU accession negotiations on 26 March 2020, Albania has been advancing towards EU membership at a very slow pace. The main remaining obstacles include flaws in the functioning of its judiciary, in the fight against corruption and in the safeguarding of media freedoms and minority ...

Justice programme 2021-2027

W skrócie 21-04-2021

In May 2018, the European Commission adopted a proposal for a regulation establishing a new Justice programme as part of the new 2021-2027 Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF). An early second-reading agreement was reached with the Council in trilogue negotiations, which is now expected to be voted by Parliament during the April 2021 session.

This document compiles all the economic policy recommendations for 2020 as proposed by the Commission on 20 May 2020. The Council is expected to adopt these recommendations in July. The document also provides an overview of specific policy areas addressed in these recommendations to EU Member States.

Georgia is gearing up for parliamentary elections in October 2020. The 'Georgian Dream' party, in charge since 2012, has strived to implement the reforms called for in the Association Agreement with the EU. However, the government has failed to fulfil its promise on electoral reforms and is facing mounting opposition. The High Representative (HR/VP) is expected to make a statement on Georgia during the March I plenary part-session.

Under the rule of law, governmental powers are limited by law and may be exercised only on the basis of law. An independent judiciary is indispensable to guaranteeing this state of affairs, and appropriate procedures, including legal remedies, must be in place to guarantee that individuals can protect their rights and trigger judicial review of governmental action. The rule of law has been an enduring basic value of the European Union from its inception, and the principles of the rule of law have ...

W marcu 2019 r. Parlament Europejski ma głosować nad projektem rezolucji w sprawie sprawozdania krajowego za 2018 r. dotyczącego Turcji. Zarówno sprawozdanie Komisji Europejskiej, jak i sprawozdanie Komisji Spraw Zagranicznych Parlamentu Europejskiego wskazują na regres w kluczowych obszarach. Komisja Spraw Zagranicznych wzywa do poprawy sytuacji oraz do zawieszenia negocjacji akcesyjnych.

2017 was a year during which the EU saw both progress and setbacks in fundamental rights protection. For example, while the adoption of the European Pillar of Social Rights was a further step towards more equality, setbacks were encountered in the area of the independence of the judiciary, the work of civil society organisations and women’s rights. The Commission, the EU Fundamental Rights Agency and the Parliament regularly monitor the situation of fundamental rights in the EU. A LIBE committee ...

Kosovo: 2018 country report

W skrócie 27-11-2018

In November 2018, the European Parliament is due to debate a resolution on the European Commission’s 2018 country report on Kosovo. The latest progress report notes that Kosovo has had limited success in bringing forward EU-related reforms. It calls on government and opposition to work together in order to implement them.

Serbia: 2018 country report

W skrócie 27-11-2018

In November 2018, the European Parliament is due to vote on a motion for a resolution on Serbia's 2018 country report. The report acknowledges Serbia's progress in its accession process, but points to rule of law and freedom of expression as significant obstacles. Relations with Kosovo, another key issue, are also still a major challenge.

Cztery lata po podpisaniu układu o stowarzyszeniu (AA) oraz pogłębionej i kompleksowej umowy o wolnym handlu (DCFTA) między UE a Mołdawią Parlament dokonuje obecnie oceny wdrożenia tego układu. Komisja Spraw Zagranicznych podkreśla w swoim sprawozdaniu różne niepokojące kwestie. Parlament będzie debatował na ten temat na pierwszej sesji plenarnej w listopadzie.