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18.4.2013.
Parliament adopts comprehensive banking regulation to protect taxpayers' money from propping up the banks and votes against the Commission's proposal to withdraw carbon emission certificates.  Members condemn the EU's handling of the Cyprus bailout.

Uutisia täysistunnosta

Tiivistelmä Euroopan parlamentin täysistunnossa käydyistä keskusteluista ja hyväksytyistä säädöksistä. Julkaistaan täysistunnon viimeisenä päivänä.
EU budget, development security, pro-taxpayer financial reform
30.11.2017.

EU budget, development security, pro-taxpayer financial reform

At the latest European Parliament plenary, MEPs approved the budget for 2018 that maintains funding for innovation, jobs, youth and Interrail for 18-year-olds. They green-lighted a €100m plan to train and equip security forces around development projects in Africa and beyond. And they gave...
Paradise Papers, rule of law in Malta and Poland, left and right populism
16.11.2017.

Paradise Papers, rule of law in Malta and Poland, left and right populism

At the European Parliament’s latest plenary, MEPs debated the Paradise Papers, media revelations about large-scale tax avoidance that may be depriving public budgets of billions of Euros in revenue. Rule of law and the independence of the judiciary dominated discussions about Poland....
Brexit, Turkey, Interrail tickets, EU border Entry-Exit System, posted workers
27.10.2017.

Brexit, Turkey, Interrail tickets, EU border Entry-Exit System, posted workers

At the European Parliament’s latest plenary, following the latest round of Brexit talks, MEPs and EU officials discussed preparing for a ‘no deal’ scenario. MEPs backed EU Member States’ decision to cut pre-accession funds to Turkey but want further cuts. In votes, they...
Brexit, Catalonia, Cybersecurity, EU Fraudbusters
5.10.2017.

Brexit, Catalonia, Cybersecurity, EU Fraudbusters

At its latest plenary session, the EPP Group backed the EU Brexit negotiators’ demand that the UK agrees on the divorce price tag before advancing to talks on trade and future relations. In the parliamentary debate, Group Chairman Manfred Weber said Catalonian independence would mean exiting...
State of the Union, Fipronil scandal, Turkey, Venezuela
14.9.2017.

State of the Union, Fipronil scandal, Turkey, Venezuela

At the European Parliament’s latest plenary, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker proposed plans to strengthen the EU27 as Brexit talks proceed. Parliament also debated action on the Fipronil tainted eggs scandal, and on anti-democratic governments in Turkey and Venezuela.
EU defence, Turkey criticised, New Digital Commissioner
6.7.2017.

EU defence, Turkey criticised, New Digital Commissioner

At its latest plenary session, the European Parliament debated how to build a common defence, it approved a resolution calling on Turkey to reverse anti-democratic policies or face a suspension of EU accession talks, and it endorsed the nomination of EPP Group MEP Mariya Gabriel as the new Digital...
Climate change, energy efficiency labelling, Erasmus
15.6.2017.

Climate change, energy efficiency labelling, Erasmus

At the European Parliament’s latest plenary, EU leaders stressed that the EU will press on with its environmental commitments despite the US decision to withdraw from the Paris climate deal. Also related to climate change, MEPs debated how the EU will cut greenhouse gas emissions and gave...
Brexit, portability of online content, globalisation
18.5.2017.

Brexit, portability of online content, globalisation

At the European Parliament’s latest plenary, MEPs debated the EU’s approach to the Brexit negotiations The EPP Group stressed that withdrawal discussions must come first and then partnership discussions afterwards. They also discussed a European Commission reflection paper on how to...
EU values at stake in debates on Turkey and Hungary
26.4.2017.

EU values at stake in debates on Turkey and Hungary

In European Parliament debates on Turkey’s disputed referendum and on Hungary’s policies, MEPs discussed how to press both governments to respect civil and social rights. The EPP Group’s Chairman Manfred Weber called on the EU to suspend accession talks with Turkey, but said the...
Brexit debate, Dijsselbloem flap, car emissions, medical device safety
6.4.2017.

Brexit debate, Dijsselbloem flap, car emissions, medical device safety

At the European Parliament’s latest plenary session, MEPs approved a plan for Brexit negotiations which are to focus on the UK’s exit process first, then on trade and other matters. The EPP Group’s Manfred Weber notes that the UK can’t cherry-pick Europol or other advantages...

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Ioannis Zografos
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