Our plenary work

Plenary topics
Published 08/04/2014

Deposit guarantee schemes

The deposit guarantee schemes framework is one of the three pillars of the banking union, alongside the single supervisory mechanism and the

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Published 08/04/2014

Framework for the recovery and resolution of credit institutions and investment firms

The Banks Recovery and Resolution Directive sets predictable and credible rules in the event of bank failure in EU member states and establishes solid

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Published 08/04/2014

Inter-institutional agreement on the transparency register

The inter-institutional agreement on the transparency register adopted in 2011 established a revision two years after its first application. This

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Published 08/04/2014

Animal health

This proposal on the prevention, monitoring and control of animal diseases which are transmissible to animals or humans is extremely important for

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Published 08/04/2014

Food and feed law, rules on animal health and welfare, plant health, plant reproductive material, plant protection products

Both food and feed should be safe and wholesome. In order to meet this goal, a functioning control system must be in place along the whole food chain.

Plenary topics
Published 01/04/2014

Section I - European Parliament

The relatively modest number of amendments points to the fact that the S&D Group’s rapporteur, drafted a balanced report which recognises the

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Published 01/04/2014

Measures to reduce the cost of deploying high-speed electronic communications networks

The aim of this regulation is to reduce the cost of deploying high-speed electronic communication networks by providing tools for more cost-efficient

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Published 01/04/2014

European single market for electronic communications

On 11 September 2013, the Commission proposed a legislative package for a ‘connected continent: building a telecoms single market’. It aims to

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Published 01/04/2014

Greenhouse gas emission trading (international aviation emissions)

The international aviation emissions (ETS) ‘stop the clock’ legislation was a temporary derogation from the provisions of the Emissions Trading

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Published 01/04/2014

Community framework for the nuclear safety of nuclear installations

In the aftermath of the Fukushima accident, the Commission, together with the European Nuclear Safety Regulators' Group (ENSREG), have carried out