giovedì 16 febbraio 2017

Segnalazioni dal Parlamento Europeo

Fact Sheet on transatlantic relations
Procedure file: Enhancing cost-effective emission reductions and low carbon investments
Fact Sheet: Climate change and the environment
Subject file: Civil Law Rules on Robotics
Public consultation
Thematic Digest: Civil Law Rules on Robotics
Subject file: Countering terrorism
Procedure file: Combating terrorism
Procedure file: Schengen Borders Code - reinforcement of checks against relevant databases at external borders
Procedure file: Posting of workers in the framework of the provision of services
The Posting of Workers Directive at a glance
Policy Departments Monthly Highlights - February 2017 
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14-02-2017 09:40 AM CET
REPORT on the European Semester for economic policy coordination: Annual Growth Survey 2017
Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs
Gunnar HökmarkSource : © European Union, 2017 - EP
14-02-2017 09:40 AM CET
REPORT on budgetary capacity for the Eurozone
Committee on Budgets
Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs
Reimer Böge, Pervenche BerèsSource : © European Union, 2017 - EP
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14-02-2017 12:52 PM CET
Plenary sessions : An “effective and comprehensive European whistle-blower protection programme” should be proposed “immediately” by the EU Commission, urges Parliament in a resolution voted on Tuesday. MEPs deplore the Commission’s failure, so far, to deliver any legislative proposals to establish a minimum level of protection for whistle-blowers who help protect the EU budget against fraud
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14-02-2017 05:07 PM CET
Plenary sessions : Greece and its debt problem are back on the EU’s agenda. A team of EU officials and representatives of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) are expected to return to Athens to evaluate whether the country has implemented the latest reforms agreed under the current bailout, a necessary step for further international support. MEPs discussed the situation during a debate on Tuesday 14 November and called for urgent action to help improve the situation. Source : © European Union, 2017 - EP
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14-02-2017 06:02 PM CET
Plenary sessions : Negotiated for nearly five years and four months, the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) with Canada is now ready for the final vote by the European Parliament. If MEPs approve it on Wednesday 15 February, the agreement could already provisionally apply from April. In 2015 EU-Canada trade accounted for more than €60 billion and Ceta is expected to boost this by 20%. Read on and watch our video to find out more about the difference the trade deal could make. Source : © European Union, 2017 - EP
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14-02-2017 01:48 PM CET
Plenary sessions : Austrian President Alexander Van der Bellen held a passionate speech in favour of the EU at the European Parliament and said the challenges facing Europe could only be tackled together. Van der Bellen was addressing MEPs in Strasbourg on 14 February as part of his first official foreign trip. During the speech he said: “The European idea is great. It is unique. It is worth all the effort."
Source : © European Union, 2017 - EP
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