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16.03.2017
At its latest plenary session, the European Parliament debated the latest EU Summit that focused on the future of Europe. Council President Donald Tusk noted unity among the leaders on building a stronger EU, and EPP Group Chairman Manfred Weber welcomed Tusk’s re-election. The plenary also approved a report, whose Rapporteur is the EPP Group’s Siegfried Mureşan, calling on the European Commission to boost 2018 funding for youth, innovation, job creation and security. And it approved legislation setting targets to slash landfill use and boost recycling, including of rare materials Europe would otherwise have to import. The Group’s Karl-Heinz Florenz was Shadow Rapporteur.

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Climate change, energy efficiency labelling, Erasmus
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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
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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
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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
06.04.2017

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...
CETA approved, EU future, Fighting terrorism, Ukraine conflict
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CETA approved, EU future, Fighting terrorism, Ukraine conflict

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European Parliament mid-term elections, EPP Group-ALDE agreement, Malta’s EU Presidency
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European Parliament mid-term elections, EPP Group-ALDE agreement, Malta’s EU Presidency

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Tajani candidate for EP President, visa emergency brake, energy, railways
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EP next president, Turkey talks frozen, CETA, Climate talks, tackling sexual violence
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EP next president, Turkey talks frozen, CETA, Climate talks, tackling sexual violence

With the future European Parliament presidency suddenly wide open, the EPP Group says it will consult with other political forces on who should take the helm. MEPs, including those from the EPP Group, approved a Resolution calling for a freeze in Turkey’s membership talks to protest a massive...
CETA, Iraq, EU Budget, InterRail, Tax Fairness
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CETA, Iraq, EU Budget, InterRail, Tax Fairness

At the European Parliament’s latest plenary session, the EPP Group pressed for the ratification of the CETA trade agreement between the EU and Canada, and for support for the Iraqi government in fighting ISIS. It welcomed the plenary’s approval of an EU budget plan that includes the EPP...
Syria; Climate deal; Reforms in Greece; EU Summit
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Syria; Climate deal; Reforms in Greece; EU Summit

The European Parliament debated the desperate human rights situation in Syria. In light of Russia’s military intervention in the country, EPP Group Chairman Manfred Weber said the EU needs to work out how to deal with the Russians. He was also heavily critical of links between the far-right...

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Ioannis Zografos
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