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Porozumienie pojednawcze w sprawie budżetu UE na 2018 r.

24-11-2017

W dniu 18 listopada negocjatorzy Parlamentu Europejskiego i Rady osiągnęli wstępne porozumienie w sprawie budżetu UE na rok 2018. Oczekuje się, że wspólny tekst, który przewiduje łączne zobowiązania w wysokości 160,11 mld EUR i łączne płatności w wysokości 144,68 mld EUR, zostanie przyjęty przez Radę, a następnie poddany pod głosowanie w Parlamencie na posiedzeniu plenarnym podczas drugiej sesji listopadowej.

W dniu 18 listopada negocjatorzy Parlamentu Europejskiego i Rady osiągnęli wstępne porozumienie w sprawie budżetu UE na rok 2018. Oczekuje się, że wspólny tekst, który przewiduje łączne zobowiązania w wysokości 160,11 mld EUR i łączne płatności w wysokości 144,68 mld EUR, zostanie przyjęty przez Radę, a następnie poddany pod głosowanie w Parlamencie na posiedzeniu plenarnym podczas drugiej sesji listopadowej.

Autorzy zewnętrzni

Jędrzejewska, Sidonia

Czytanie przez Parlament projektu budżetu na 2018 r.

23-10-2017

Podczas drugiego październikowego posiedzenia plenarnego Parlament Europejski ma zadecydować, czy i w jaki sposób wprowadzić zmiany do stanowiska Rady w sprawie projektu budżetu UE na 2018 r., przedstawionego przez Komisję Europejską. W sprawozdaniu przyjętym przez Komisję Budżetową cofnięto wszystkie cięcia zaproponowane przez Radę. Ponadto zwiększono w nim przydziały środków na rzecz szeregu programów priorytetowych Parlamentu, związanych z trwałym wzrostem gospodarczym, zatrudnieniem – szczególnie ...

Podczas drugiego październikowego posiedzenia plenarnego Parlament Europejski ma zadecydować, czy i w jaki sposób wprowadzić zmiany do stanowiska Rady w sprawie projektu budżetu UE na 2018 r., przedstawionego przez Komisję Europejską. W sprawozdaniu przyjętym przez Komisję Budżetową cofnięto wszystkie cięcia zaproponowane przez Radę. Ponadto zwiększono w nim przydziały środków na rzecz szeregu programów priorytetowych Parlamentu, związanych z trwałym wzrostem gospodarczym, zatrudnieniem – szczególnie zatrudnieniem młodzieży – bezpieczeństwem i zmianą klimatu.

Mid-Term review/Revision of the MFF 2014-2020: State of Play

03-02-2016

This briefing has been prepared in view of the European Parliamentary Week’s Interparliamentary committee meeting on 16 February organised by the Committee on Budgets (BUDG): EU and national expectations, and how to increase the democratic accountability of the next MFF negotiations. The note gives background information on the Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) and presents the state of play of the preparations in the European Parliament’s (EP) Committee on Budgets and the planned actions for ...

This briefing has been prepared in view of the European Parliamentary Week’s Interparliamentary committee meeting on 16 February organised by the Committee on Budgets (BUDG): EU and national expectations, and how to increase the democratic accountability of the next MFF negotiations. The note gives background information on the Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) and presents the state of play of the preparations in the European Parliament’s (EP) Committee on Budgets and the planned actions for the coming months in relation to the Mid-term Review/Revision of the MFF 2014-2020. The aim of the note is to briefly present the state of play with the MFF Review/Revision and the key issues being discussed in the EP Committee on Budgets, and to highlight questions, which could be of interest for the national parliamentarians and subject to debate also in the Member States.

Assessment of Connecting Europe Facility

18-01-2016

The paper assesses the first two years of Connecting Europe Facility (CEF), taking into account its initial backloading in 2014-2015 as per 2013 agreement on the Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) 2014-2020, as well as the evolution and the new priorities since the MFF agreement. It provides key information on the CEF, summarises the programme’s performance to date, discusses the budget cuts, and presents conclusions on the basis of the assessment.

The paper assesses the first two years of Connecting Europe Facility (CEF), taking into account its initial backloading in 2014-2015 as per 2013 agreement on the Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) 2014-2020, as well as the evolution and the new priorities since the MFF agreement. It provides key information on the CEF, summarises the programme’s performance to date, discusses the budget cuts, and presents conclusions on the basis of the assessment.

Autorzy zewnętrzni

Blomeyer and Sanz

Parliament's reading of the 2016 EU budget

20-10-2015

On 27 and 28 October 2015, a crucial step takes place in the annual budgetary procedure, with the European Parliament (EP) due to decide whether and how to amend the Council's position on the 2016 draft EU budget put forward by the European Commission. Please click here for the full publication in PDF format

On 27 and 28 October 2015, a crucial step takes place in the annual budgetary procedure, with the European Parliament (EP) due to decide whether and how to amend the Council's position on the 2016 draft EU budget put forward by the European Commission. Please click here for the full publication in PDF format

Amending Budget No 2 to the 2015 EU budget

21-04-2015

Draft amending budget No 2 to the general budget 2015 accompanies the revision of the Multiannual Financial Framework for the years 2014-2020 (MFF) under Article 19 of Council Regulation No 1311/2013 (the MFF Regulation). The Parliament voted to consent to this revision on 15 April. As a consequence of the late agreement on the 2014-2020 Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF), the various legal acts setting out the provisions for implementing the funds were adopted much later than planned, resulting ...

Draft amending budget No 2 to the general budget 2015 accompanies the revision of the Multiannual Financial Framework for the years 2014-2020 (MFF) under Article 19 of Council Regulation No 1311/2013 (the MFF Regulation). The Parliament voted to consent to this revision on 15 April. As a consequence of the late agreement on the 2014-2020 Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF), the various legal acts setting out the provisions for implementing the funds were adopted much later than planned, resulting in a delay in programming. The revision of the MFF and the adoption of Draft Amending Budget No 2 are necessary steps to fully implement the programmes under shared management, for which the 2014 allocation has not been used. All 28 Member States are concerned.

The bumpy road to the 2015 EU budget

11-12-2014

Under the Treaty of Lisbon, the procedure to adopt the EU's annual budget provides for a single reading and specific deadlines for each of the key institutional actors involved in it: the European Parliament (EP), the Council and the Commission. This year's budgetary procedure has seen difficult negotiations between the EP and the Council, the two arms of the budgetary authority, in relation not only to the 2015 budget but also to amendments to the 2014 budget. A major stumbling block was the growing ...

Under the Treaty of Lisbon, the procedure to adopt the EU's annual budget provides for a single reading and specific deadlines for each of the key institutional actors involved in it: the European Parliament (EP), the Council and the Commission. This year's budgetary procedure has seen difficult negotiations between the EP and the Council, the two arms of the budgetary authority, in relation not only to the 2015 budget but also to amendments to the 2014 budget. A major stumbling block was the growing backlog in payments that has affected the EU budget in recent years. On the one hand, the Council wanted to cut the Commission's estimates, based on legal commitments into which the EU has entered, of the resources needed. On the other, the EP supported stepping up efforts to tackle the payments backlog, to reduce its negative consequences on beneficiaries of EU funds. In December 2014, Parliament and Council's negotiators reached a compromise, which now needs to be confirmed by both institutions to be applicable. The deal includes extra payment appropriations of some €3.5 billion for the 2014 budget; 2015 payment appropriations set at €141.21 billion (or 1.01% of EU GNI), an amount closer to the Commission's initial proposal than to the Council's position; the establishment of a payment plan to reduce the level of unpaid bills; and close inter-institutional monitoring of payment implementation and forecasts in 2015. Should the EP and the Council not adopt the 2015 budget by the end of the year, a stop-gap system ('provisional twelfths') would apply from 1 January. This would have a series of implications, including fewer resources available for payments.

Targeted Impact Assessment on Voluntary Modulation

01-09-2006

Autorzy zewnętrzni

Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS)

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