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Amending Budget No 2/2021: Covid-19 response, Multiannual Financial Framework adjustment, and mobilisation of the EU Solidarity Fund

12-05-2021

Draft Amending Budget No 2/2021 (DAB 2/2021) aims to finance actions for prevention and the response to the coronavirus pandemic, in particular preparatory work for the 'digital green certificate' and genetic sequencing. It also introduces technical adjustments following the adoption of the Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) for 2021-2027, and secures part of the financing for mobilisation of the EU Solidarity Fund (EUSF) – for which a decision is submitted simultaneously. The proposed EUSF mobilisation ...

Draft Amending Budget No 2/2021 (DAB 2/2021) aims to finance actions for prevention and the response to the coronavirus pandemic, in particular preparatory work for the 'digital green certificate' and genetic sequencing. It also introduces technical adjustments following the adoption of the Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) for 2021-2027, and secures part of the financing for mobilisation of the EU Solidarity Fund (EUSF) – for which a decision is submitted simultaneously. The proposed EUSF mobilisation aims to cover expenditure following natural disasters in Greece and France, and the Covid-19 public health emergency (in respect of 17 Member States and 3 accession countries). The European Parliament is expected to vote on the Council position on DAB 2/2021 and on the proposal to mobilise the EUSF during the May plenary session.

Absolutorium z wykonania budżetu za rok 2019 – instytucje UE oprócz Komisji Europejskiej

21-04-2021

Komisja Kontroli Budżetowej Parlamentu Europejskiego (CONT) zaleca udzielenie absolutorium w odniesieniu do wszystkich sekcji administracyjnych budżetu UE za rok budżetowy 2019, z wyjątkiem Rady Europejskiej i Rady, w odniesieniu do której zaleca odroczenie decyzji w sprawie udzielenia absolutorium. Głosowania nad sprawozdaniami w sprawie absolutorium mają się odbyć na kwietniowym posiedzeniu plenarnym.

Komisja Kontroli Budżetowej Parlamentu Europejskiego (CONT) zaleca udzielenie absolutorium w odniesieniu do wszystkich sekcji administracyjnych budżetu UE za rok budżetowy 2019, z wyjątkiem Rady Europejskiej i Rady, w odniesieniu do której zaleca odroczenie decyzji w sprawie udzielenia absolutorium. Głosowania nad sprawozdaniami w sprawie absolutorium mają się odbyć na kwietniowym posiedzeniu plenarnym.

Single market, innovation and digital: Heading 1 of the 2021-2027 MFF

14-04-2021

The European Union's long-term budget, the multiannual financial framework (MFF) sets out the maximum annual amounts of spending for a seven-year period. The 2021 2027 MFF is structured around the EU's spending priorities, reflected in broad categories of expenditure or 'headings'. Following the Covid 19 outbreak, the EU's recovery instrument, Next Generation EU (NGEU), will reinforce the EU long-term budget. Heading 1 – Single market, innovation and digital – covers spending in four policy areas ...

The European Union's long-term budget, the multiannual financial framework (MFF) sets out the maximum annual amounts of spending for a seven-year period. The 2021 2027 MFF is structured around the EU's spending priorities, reflected in broad categories of expenditure or 'headings'. Following the Covid 19 outbreak, the EU's recovery instrument, Next Generation EU (NGEU), will reinforce the EU long-term budget. Heading 1 – Single market, innovation and digital – covers spending in four policy areas: research and innovation, European strategic investments, single market, and space. With an allocation of €132.8 billion (in 2018 prices), it represents 12.4 % of the MFF. It is complemented by additional funds of €10.6 billion from the recovery instrument allocated under two flagship programmes, Horizon Europe and InvestEU for the duration of NGEU. This heading is key for the mobilisation of private investment and EU growth, issues that have been the centre of focus throughout the discussions on the future financing of the EU. This briefing presents the structure and budget allocation under Heading 1. It describes the evolution of the budgetary positions in the different steps of the negotiations and presents the policy clusters. It then details some considerations that could influence forthcoming budgetary discussions. This is an update of a briefing from January 2020.

EU financing for 2021-2027: The 2021-2027 Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF), the Next Generation EU (NGEU) recovery instrument and new own resources

21-12-2020

This briefing provides a graphic presentation of the long-term EU budget adopted on 17 December 2020, enabling the EU to finance the extraordinary needs in the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic. It highlights the improvements that the European Parliament achieved in particular.

This briefing provides a graphic presentation of the long-term EU budget adopted on 17 December 2020, enabling the EU to finance the extraordinary needs in the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic. It highlights the improvements that the European Parliament achieved in particular.

Absolutorium za rok 2018: Drugie sprawozdania dotyczące Rady Europejskiej, Rady i Europejskiego Komitetu Ekonomiczno-Społecznego

14-10-2020

W maju 2020 r. Parlament Europejski postanowił odroczyć decyzję o udzieleniu absolutorium z wykonania budżetu za 2018 r. Radzie Europejskiej, Radzie i Europejskiemu Komitetowi Ekonomiczno-Społecznemu (EKES-owi) i przedstawił szereg uwag. Komisja Kontroli Budżetowej Parlamentu (CONT) ponownie zbadała sytuację i w swoich drugich sprawozdaniach zaleca, aby nie udzielić absolutorium tym instytucjom. Głosowania nad drugimi sprawozdaniami w sprawie absolutorium zaplanowano na drugą sesję plenarną w październiku ...

W maju 2020 r. Parlament Europejski postanowił odroczyć decyzję o udzieleniu absolutorium z wykonania budżetu za 2018 r. Radzie Europejskiej, Radzie i Europejskiemu Komitetowi Ekonomiczno-Społecznemu (EKES-owi) i przedstawił szereg uwag. Komisja Kontroli Budżetowej Parlamentu (CONT) ponownie zbadała sytuację i w swoich drugich sprawozdaniach zaleca, aby nie udzielić absolutorium tym instytucjom. Głosowania nad drugimi sprawozdaniami w sprawie absolutorium zaplanowano na drugą sesję plenarną w październiku.

Amending Budget No 8/2020: Covering the financing needs of the Emergency Support Instrument and Coronavirus Response Investment Initiative Plus

11-09-2020

Draft Amending Budget No 8/2020 (DAB 8/2020) aims to provide additional payments of €6.2 billion in 2020. Of this amount, €1.1 billion is needed for the financing of actions contributing to the deployment of an effective and safe vaccine against Covid-19, assumed under the Emergency Support Instrument (ESI). Cohesion funds will be reinforced with €5.1 billion to ensure that a sufficient amount of payments is available to cover the Member States’ reimbursement requests for actions taken under the ...

Draft Amending Budget No 8/2020 (DAB 8/2020) aims to provide additional payments of €6.2 billion in 2020. Of this amount, €1.1 billion is needed for the financing of actions contributing to the deployment of an effective and safe vaccine against Covid-19, assumed under the Emergency Support Instrument (ESI). Cohesion funds will be reinforced with €5.1 billion to ensure that a sufficient amount of payments is available to cover the Member States’ reimbursement requests for actions taken under the Coronavirus Response Investment Initiative Plus (CRII+). The European Parliament is expected to vote, under the urgent procedure, on the Council position on DAB 8/2020 during the September plenary session.

Negotiations on the next MFF and the EU recovery instrument: Key issues ahead of the July European Council

15-07-2020

The current multiannual financial framework (MFF), also known as the EU's long-term budget, comes to an end this year. While the European Commission put forward a proposal for the next MFF and its financing in May 2018, agreement has so far proved elusive under legislative procedures that give a veto power to each Member State. In recent months, the unfinished negotiations have become intertwined with the debate on the creation of a common EU tool to counter the severe socio-economic consequences ...

The current multiannual financial framework (MFF), also known as the EU's long-term budget, comes to an end this year. While the European Commission put forward a proposal for the next MFF and its financing in May 2018, agreement has so far proved elusive under legislative procedures that give a veto power to each Member State. In recent months, the unfinished negotiations have become intertwined with the debate on the creation of a common EU tool to counter the severe socio-economic consequences of the coronavirus pandemic. In May 2020, the Commission tabled revised proposals for a 2021-2027 MFF worth €1 100 billion and the EU own resources system, together with a proposal for a €750 billion recovery instrument, Next Generation EU (NGEU). The latter would be financed with funds borrowed on the capital markets to reinforce EU budgetary instruments in the 2021-2024 period. In addition, an amendment to the current MFF would provide a bridging solution to fund some recovery objectives this year already. The complex negotiations, which involve many different legislative procedures, are now entering a key phase. Issues expected to be under the spotlight include: the size of the MFF and of the NGEU and their interaction; reform of the financing system with the possible creation of new EU own resources; the breakdown of allocations (between policies and Member States); the contribution to the green transition; conditionalities (such as rules linking EU spending to the rule of law or to challenges identified in the European Semester); flexibility provisions to react to unforeseen events; the mix of grants and loans in the recovery instrument; and the repayment of funds borrowed under NGEU. European Council President Charles Michel has prepared a compromise package ahead of the July European Council meeting. If the Heads of State or Government find a political agreement, the next step will involve negotiations between Parliament and Council, since the former's consent is required in order for the MFF Regulation to be adopted. Parliament, which has been ready to negotiate on the basis of a detailed position since November 2018, is a strong advocate of a robust MFF and an ambitious recovery plan. It has stressed that it will not give its consent if the package does not include reform of the EU financing system, introducing new EU own resources.

EU budgetary and financial response to the coronavirus crisis

20-05-2020

Within the limits of its powers, the EU has acted quickly to tackle the coronavirus pandemic and its consequences. Showing considerable flexibility, EU institutions have organised a package of measures (some already decided, others proposed or requested), to counter the crisis, drawing both on the EU budget and a wider economic package. Parliament is calling on the European Commission to propose a €2 trillion recovery package, distributed mostly through grants (over which Parliament will maintain ...

Within the limits of its powers, the EU has acted quickly to tackle the coronavirus pandemic and its consequences. Showing considerable flexibility, EU institutions have organised a package of measures (some already decided, others proposed or requested), to counter the crisis, drawing both on the EU budget and a wider economic package. Parliament is calling on the European Commission to propose a €2 trillion recovery package, distributed mostly through grants (over which Parliament will maintain scrutiny) rather than loans, and warns against the presentation of misleading figures. The recovery package should provide real funding to help those hardest-hit, and focus on climate mitigation, digitalisation and a new health programme. The Commission has committed to propose a comprehensive recovery plan, along with revised 2021-2027 MFF proposals, on 27 May 2020. In the meantime, France and Germany have suggested a €500 billion 'recovery fund'.

Absolutorium z wykonania budżetu za rok 2018 – instytucje UE oprócz Komisji Europejskiej

11-05-2020

Komisja Kontroli Budżetowej Parlamentu Europejskiego zaleca udzielenie absolutorium z wykonania budżetu w przypadku siedmiu sekcji administracyjnych budżetu UE za 2018 r., zaleca jednak odroczenie decyzji o udzieleniu absolutorium Radzie Europejskiej i Radzie oraz Europejskiemu Komitetowi Ekonomiczno-Społecznemu. Głosowania nad sprawozdaniami w sprawie absolutorium mają się odbyć podczas majowej sesji plenarnej.

Komisja Kontroli Budżetowej Parlamentu Europejskiego zaleca udzielenie absolutorium z wykonania budżetu w przypadku siedmiu sekcji administracyjnych budżetu UE za 2018 r., zaleca jednak odroczenie decyzji o udzieleniu absolutorium Radzie Europejskiej i Radzie oraz Europejskiemu Komitetowi Ekonomiczno-Społecznemu. Głosowania nad sprawozdaniami w sprawie absolutorium mają się odbyć podczas majowej sesji plenarnej.

The EU's 2020 budget: Response to the coronavirus pandemic

16-04-2020

Acting within the limits of its powers, the European Union (EU) responded immediately at the start of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak to help repatriate people, coordinate measures to limit the spread of the virus, distribute medical equipment and promote the necessary research. The European Commission has put forward a range of measures, adjusted some of its policies and mobilised EU funds to assist EU citizens and mitigate the socio-economic impact of the pandemic. Financial support is ...

Acting within the limits of its powers, the European Union (EU) responded immediately at the start of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak to help repatriate people, coordinate measures to limit the spread of the virus, distribute medical equipment and promote the necessary research. The European Commission has put forward a range of measures, adjusted some of its policies and mobilised EU funds to assist EU citizens and mitigate the socio-economic impact of the pandemic. Financial support is also proposed for third countries. At the time of writing, a package of €40.4 billion to support healthcare systems and lessen the economic impact of the pandemic in Member States and third counties is proposed under the EU budget. This includes funds redirected within programmes and additional budgetary support. An initial aid package of €232 million was followed by a proposal to mobilise a further €128.6 million for civil protection in the EU and abroad. The Coronavirus Response Investment Initiative has opened up €8 billion in liquidity for Member States, supplemented by €29 billion in EU structural funding, to be redirected to healthcare investments to fight the coronavirus, and to provide support for the labour market and business, particularly SMEs, in all affected sectors. The emergency support instrument and the Union's civil protection mechanism will provide further €3 billion in order to meet the needs of European health systems in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, making extensive use of the flexibilities embedded in the EU budget. A further contribution from the EU budget will be included in the EU's global response for partner countries, which will provide financial support of more than €15.6 billion to help them deal with the impact of the coronavirus. From the start of the crisis, the European Parliament has been calling for bold and ambitious financial aid and for an ambitious future budget to make the EU stronger. Now is the time to mobilise funds and think ahead how best to shape a strong long-term budget for the EU.

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