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This study explains the historical evolution of the common agricultural policy (CAP), established in 1962. It sheds light on the European Parliament's role in shaping the CAP, initially under the consultation procedure (until 2009) and, since the Lisbon Treaty, under the ordinary legislative procedure (OLP). The focus lies on Parliament's own institutional dynamics in the negotiation of the 2013 and 2021 CAP reforms. In particular, this paper examines how the Parliament's status as co-legislator ...

This briefing follows up on the commitments made by the commissioner in 2019.

The delivery model for the post 2022 common agricultural policy (CAP) involves basic EU level policy rules and greater responsibility for Member States as to how they tailor their CAP measure toolboxes to local needs. The national CAP strategic plans drawn up to this end by Member States are now at the approval stage.

This year marks both the 60th anniversary of the EU's common agricultural policy (CAP) and a crucial turning point in its way of functioning, with a new delivery model in place that will kick in from 2023. The timeline below highlights major legislative and policy developments that have shaped the CAP over the past six decades.

The European Commission proposed a reform package incorporating rules on the financial aspects of European Union (EU) farm policy in June 2018. Following lengthy talks on the reform, the text finally agreed by European Parliament and Council negotiators in June 2021 is scheduled for vote during the November II plenary session.

On 1 June 2018, the European Commission put forward three legislative proposals on the EU's common agricultural policy (CAP). These include a proposal on the CAP strategic plans with which each Member State will define the CAP measures for achieving set objectives. Following lengthy negotiations, the final text agreed by European Parliament and Council negotiators in June 2021 is scheduled for a plenary vote in November.

The European Commission's legislative proposals for the reform of the common agricultural policy (CAP) were published in June 2018. Since then a number of significant developments have occurred in this policy area. These include the adoption of the European Green Deal and its associated initiatives of the 'farm to fork' strategy and the biodiversity strategy, and also the agreement on the 2021 2027 multiannual financial framework (MFF) alongside additional support of €7.5 billion for rural development ...

On 31 October 2019, the European Commission adopted a legislative package aimed at ensuring the continuation of the current common agricultural policy (CAP) until the legislation on the post 2020 CAP is in force. The package includes a proposal for a CAP transitional regulation setting out a number of adjustments to current CAP regulations, concerning their applicability beyond 2020 with new financial allocations. This proposal introduces transitional provisions and amendments that are necessary ...

CAP amending regulation (CMO)

Na kratko 14-10-2020

The 'amending regulation' is part of a set of three legislative proposals presented by the European Commission with the aim of reshaping and modernising the EU's common agricultural policy (CAP) for 2021 to 2027. It introduces changes to five regulations, including regarding the single common market organisation (CMO). Based on the work of the European Parliament's Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development (AGRI) during the previous legislative term, Parliament is expected to debate the framework ...

CAP strategic plans

Na kratko 14-10-2020

The European Commission adopted three legislative proposals on the future of the common agricultural policy (CAP) on 1 June 2018. One of the three proposals includes a regulation on CAP strategic plans. While the CAP retains its two-pillar structure, (Pillar I, agricultural income and market support, Pillar II rural development), interventions under both will be combined in one strategic plan for all CAP expenditure. Each Member State will be required to develop a strategic plan, setting out their ...