MEPs will debate on Tuesday and adopt their position for negotiations with EU governments on Wednesday on new rules to reduce, reuse and recycle packaging in the EU.
Parliament is set to adopt its negotiating position on new rules promoting the right to repair and more sustainable consumption of consumer goods.
Parliament is set to adopt its position ahead of negotiations with EU governments on measures to reduce the use and risk of plant protection products by 2030.
The proposals for the 2024 elections include a mechanism to elect the Commission President, as well as ways to increase turnout and enhance democratic processes.
On Wednesday, MEPs will put forward draft changes to the EU’s core rules, following up on the Conference on the Future of Europe and reacting to unprecedented challenges.
On Wednesday morning, MEPs will discuss the humanitarian situation in Gaza, the need for the release of hostages and for an immediate humanitarian truce leading to a ceasefire.
MEPs will discuss on Monday and vote on Tuesday on draft legislation to bolster Europe's manufacturing output in technologies needed for decarbonisation.
On Tuesday afternoon, MEPs will quiz the Commission on where the EU stands on its commitment to provide one million rounds of artillery ammunition to Ukraine.
Parliament is expected to adopt its position ahead of negotiations with EU governments on new EU CO2 emission standards for new buses, trucks and trailers.
On Tuesday, MEPs will assess the continuing threats to the rule of law, judicial independence and EU funds in Hungary.
Parliament will look into the scope and impact of proposed legislation to grant amnesty to hundreds involved in Catalonia’s pro-independence movement over the last decade.
MEPs are set to urge progress on talks for EU rules tackling the scourge of gender-based violence, and insist on the inclusion of a consent-based definition of rape.
In a debate on Wednesday, MEPs are set to press the Commission on the lack of adequate legislative follow-up to Parliament’s inquiry into the use of Pegasus and other spyware.
In light of the latest revelations on money laundering and evasion of sanctions against Russia in Cyprus, MEPs will discuss counter-measures on Wednesday.
On Monday, MEPs will discuss the wellbeing and the protection of children in Europe, marking the International Day on the Rights of the Child.
MEPs are set to approve a deal on next year’s EU budget aimed at addressing global challenges and supporting young people and research.
In a debate on Monday and vote on Tuesday, MEPs will set out their stance on a new EU certification framework for technological and natural carbon removals.
The EU-New Zealand free trade agreement includes for the first time sanctions in case of the infringement of climate and labour commitments.
On Tuesday at 11.30, the President of Kenya William Ruto will deliver a speech to MEPs in the Parliament’s hemicycle in Strasbourg.
MEPs will debate on Monday and vote on Tuesday on Parliament’s demands for the 2023 UN Climate Change Conference (COP28), taking place in Dubai from 30 November.
Bulgaria’s Prime Minister will address MEPs on Wednesday at 10.30 to outline his views on the challenges facing Europe and its future.
Parliament is expected to adopt a legislative report calling for measures to improve the social and professional conditions for those working in the cultural and creative sectors.
Former employees of the retail chain Makro Cash & Carry, who lost their jobs following the company’s bankruptcy in January 2023, should receive €2.8 million in EU aid.
Parliament will vote on whether to extend the mandate of Annemie Turtelbloom from Belgium and whether to back the new Finnish nomination Petri Sarvamaa.
Parliament will hold urgent debates on the following human rights, democracy and rule of law topics on Wednesday afternoon, followed by votes on Thursday.
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