In response to growing threats to editorial independence and the industry’s viability, MEPs will adopt their position on a draft law to strengthen the independence of EU media.
The new trade rules seek to deter foreign powers from bullying the EU or member states into policy changes using economic coercion and enable the EU to take countermeasures.
On Wednesday, plenary will discuss the need for a speedy adoption of a comprehensive European pact on asylum and migration as well as challenges in member states.
On Tuesday at 15.00, MEPs will question the Commission about trade relations with China, following President von der Leyen's announcement of a new anti-subsidy probe.
MEPs are set to approve a new voluntary standard for the use of a “European Green Bond” label, the first of its kind in the world for green bonds.
In a debate and vote on Tuesday, MEPs will set out their stance on reforming the EU’s long-term budget, emphasizing the urgency of future-proofing EU finances.
On Wednesday, MEPs will debate with Council and Commission the proposal to extend the authorisation to use glyphosate in the EU for ten more years.
On 2 and 3 October, the Committee on Environment, Public Health and Food Safety will hold hearings with Wopke Hoekstra (Netherlands) and Maroš Šefčovič (Slovakia).
On Tuesday afternoon, MEPs will ask the Commission about allegations that member states are issuing visas in return for bribes in the Schengen area.
Following the recent deadly clashes in northern Kosovo, MEPs will discuss relations between Belgrade and Pristina on Tuesday afternoon with the Commission and the Council.
On Tuesday, Parliament will debate the dire situation in Nagorno-Karabakh, following Azerbaijan’s recent military seizure of the mountainous South Caucasus enclave.
On Thursday, MEPs will vote on a resolution taking stock of Moldova’s path to the European Union.
In a resolution, MEPs argue that inconsistent rules and prices for airline carry-on luggage cause inconvenience to travellers and want EU-level harmonisation.
On Monday, MEPs will debate with the Commission how to provide aid to the most deprived in the wider context of the rising prevalence of precariousness in Europe.
On Wednesday at 11.30, Petr Pavel, President of the Czech Republic, will address MEPs in a formal sitting.
On Wednesday, MEPs are set to approve nearly €455 million in EU Solidarity Fund aid following recent natural disasters in Romania, Italy and Türkiye.
Parliament is set to adopt new rules to protect EU workers from the health risks related to asbestos and to improve the early detection of asbestos.
MEPs will vote on Thursday on updated rules on the collection, treatment and discharge of urban wastewater to better protect the environment and human health.
Plans to improve child protection online, enhance digital literacy, and challenges posed by younger demographics accessing the internet will be discussed on Thursday morning.
Parliament will hold urgent debates on the following human rights, democracy and rule of law topics on Wednesday afternoon, followed by votes on Thursday.