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With the 2024 elections now over, during its first part-session, from 16 to 19 July 2024, the new Parliament is due to vote in a secret ballot on whether to approve the European Council's chosen candidate for President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen. She was the lead candidate for the European People's Party. In Parliament, the candidate needs to secure 361 votes, i.e. an absolute majority of all Members (currently 720). The President of the European Commission has taken on an ever ...

The June 2024 European elections were just the first step in a broader renewal of the leadership of all the European Union's main institutions. This revised timeline, following the decision of the Conference of Presidents of Parliament's political groups to hold the election of the Commission President on 18 July 2024, sets out the main steps up until the end of 2024, with likely timings.

To support its economy, provide mobility for people and goods and ensure the connectivity of all regions, while also limiting negative impacts on climate and environment, the EU has been building a multimodal transport network across its territory: the trans-European transport network (TEN T). TEN-T construction is supported by EU funding, an example of which is the dedicated Connecting Europe Facility programme. In December 2021, the European Commission put forward a proposal on the revised TEN ...

On 1 June 2023, the European Commission published a proposal seeking to update the directive on investigation of accidents in maritime transport, to take into account changes in the international maritime regulatory environment and technological developments in the maritime sector in recent years. The proposal also seeks to achieve an improved concentration of resources and to address shortages in expertise. Within the European Parliament, the Committee on Transport and Tourism (TRAN) is handling ...

Informațiile înșelătoare ne deruta pe oricare. Atât informarea greșită, adică greșelile comise fără intenție, cât și dezinformarea, care este concepută și răspândită cu scopul de a induce oamenii în eroare, pot să îngreuneze luarea unor decizii în cunoștință de cauză. Tehnologiile în evoluție rapidă inclusiv materialele video și audio deepfake – fac conținuturile înșelătoare prea ușor de produs și de răspândit. Pe mulți ne îngrijorează efectele acestui lucru: circa 85 % din oamenii din întreaga lume ...

On 27 October 2021, the Commission tabled two interconnected proposals to amend the Capital Requirements Regulation (CRR) and the Capital Requirements Directive (CRD), which together form the EU prudential regulatory framework for banks. The aim of the proposals was to implement the final arrangements of the Basel Agreement and enhance the harmonisation of banking supervision in the EU. The main proposed amendments included i) introducing an 'output floor', i.e. a lower bound for minimum capital ...

Today's massive increase in trade volumes, combined with the need to conduct border checks for compliance with the growing number of EU standards and to stay abreast of continuously evolving trade strategies, has put EU customs authorities under a lot of pressure. Concerns have been raised that the EU's customs union is burdened by an uneven level of digitalisation across Member States, suboptimal coordination between national authorities and overall complexity. This situation creates high administrative ...

To allocate seats in collegiate bodies, such as parliaments, a method is needed to translate votes proportionally into whole seats. The d'Hondt method is a mathematical formula that is used widely in proportional representation systems, although it leads to less proportional results than other seat allocation systems, such as the Hare-Niemeyer or Sainte-Laguë/Schepers methods. Moreover, the d'Hondt method tends to favour the electoral lists that win the most votes, to the detriment of those with ...

In March 2023, the European Commission presented a proposal for a directive to expand the use of digital tools and processes in EU company law. The directive would seek to facilitate companies' cross-border activities by reducing bureaucracy and administrative burdens (such as when setting up subsidiaries and branches in another Member State), increase transparency and boost trust in the business environment across the EU. The proposal is expected to contribute to the creation of a more integrated ...

Portugal is set to receive €22.2 billion in both non repayable support and loans from the Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF), the unprecedented EU response to the crisis triggered by the coronavirus pandemic. This amount corresponds to 3.1 % of the entire RRF, and to 10.7 % of Portugal's 2019 gross domestic product (GDP). The revised plan – approved by the Council on 8 December 2023 – includes REPowerEU grants worth €0.7 billion and the transfer of Portugal's total share (€81.4 million) from ...