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Newsletter - 10-13 February 2020 - Strasbourg plenary session

07 февруари 2020 09:22, Людмила Калъпчиева
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European Parliament

EU budget debate ahead of crucial MFF summit


Ahead of the European Council starting on 20 February, MEPs will discuss their priorities for the next long-term EU budget with the Council and the Commission.



Parliament to vote on EU-Vietnam free trade deal


Parliament’s green light to the free trade and investment deals between the EU and Vietnam will be discussed on Tuesday and put to the vote on Wednesday.



EU-UK future relations: Parliament to set out its position for upcoming talks


Parliament will debate on Tuesday and vote on Wednesday on a resolution setting out MEPs’ stance on an ambitious new EU-UK partnership.



Artificial intelligence: How to ensure its safe and unbiased use


Challenges arising from artificial intelligence and the measures the EU should take to protect consumers will be addressed in a debate on Monday, followed by a resolution on Wednesday.



Debate on how to reach equality between men and women in the EU


MEPs will discuss the priorities they want to see included in the 2020-2024 Gender Equality Strategy with the Commission on Wednesday.



MEPs to call for renewed commitment in struggle for progress on women’s rights


MEPs will debate and vote on the EU priorities for the 64th session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW64), to be held in New York in March.



MEPs to discuss future policy of European Central Bank with Christine Lagarde


Newly-elected ECB President Christine Lagarde will address plenary for the first time to discuss the Eurozone’s economic governance and ECB activities.



How to fight antisemitism, racism and hatred in the EU


MEPs will assess the EU’s response to rising antisemitism, racism and hatred in the EU, in a plenary debate on Tuesday with Council and Commission representatives.



How to put an end to female genital mutilation around the world


On Wednesday, MEPs will vote on a resolution urging the EU to come up with a strategy to eradicate female genital mutilation.



Rule of law under threat in Poland: MEPs underline imminent need for change


On Tuesday, MEPs will discuss with Council and Commission representatives how to address the ongoing threat to the rule of law in Poland.



Stop illegal trade in cats and dogs


To protect animal welfare, pet owners and public health, MEPs are set to call for an EU Action Plan to end illegal trade in companion animals.



Calls to veto draft EU list of priority energy projects


MEPs will vote on Wednesday on whether to veto the fourth list on projects of common interest (PCI), on the grounds that it contains new fossil fuel infrastructure.



Parliament will vote to object against lead in PVC


MEPs will decide on Wednesday whether to veto a Commission proposal that would allow some lead in recycled PVC.



Debate on improving the EU’s enlargement process


MEPs will assess the European Commission’s proposals on how to strengthen the EU accession process, on Monday.



MEPs demand answers about the treatment of refugees at EU external borders


The situation of migrants and asylum-seekers waiting at the EU’s external borders to ask for asylum on European territory will be discussed on Wednesday.



Syria and Donald Trump’s Middle East plan to be debated with Josep Borrell


MEPs will debate the US’ recently presented Middle East plan and the current security situation in Syria, on Tuesday afternoon.



Money laundering: MEPs spurred into action after Luanda leaks revelations


In light of the Luanda Leaks, the European Parliament will take stock of the situation in the fight against money laundering in the EU, in a debate on Wednesday evening.



Human rights and democracy resolutions


Parliament will hold urgent debates on the following human rights, democracy and rule of law topics on Thursday morning, with the votes following at 12.00.



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