Tue. Nov 30th, 2021

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Final vote on reform of EU Farm Policy 

On Tuesday, MEPs are set to give the green light to the new Common Agriculture Policy. This reformed version aims to be greener, fairer, more flexible and transparent.

COP26: MEPs to debate the Glasgow Climate Pact with Commission President 

Following the deal reached in Glasgow, MEPs will debate the outcome of the negotiations with Commission President Ursula von der Leyen on Wednesday morning.

Situation in Belarus and speech by opposition leader, Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya 

On Wednesday at 12.00, Belarusian opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya will speak in the European Parliament’s hemicycle in Strasbourg.

Debate with Charles Michel and Commission on summit 

Plenary will assess the results of the 21-22 October European Council, in a debate on Tuesday at 15.00 with President Charles Michel and the Commission.

COVID-19: MEPs to debate current situation and future EU action 

Parliament will discuss with the Commission how to coordinate member states’ measures more effectively, in light of rising COVID-19 cases across the EU.

Rule of law and fundamental rights in Slovenia 

On Wednesday, MEPs will assess media freedom and the state of democracy in Slovenia, as well as the delay in appointing a representative to the EU Prosecutor’s Office.

Health Union: strengthening the EU’s pharmaceutical policy 

Parliament will put forward proposals to address medicines shortages, improve the access of patients to treatments, and increase price transparency.

MEPs to call for new options for legal labour migration to the EU 

Plenary is expected to ask the Commission for new measures to ease legal migration to the EU, to help address Europe’s demographic challenges and labour market needs.

EU Budget 2022: investing more for a strong recovery 

MEPs are set to approve the deal between Parliament and Council negotiators on next year’s EU budget, supporting priorities such as health, the young and climate action.

The EU should build its own supply of critical raw materials 

A draft report to be debated on Monday and voted on by MEPs on Tuesday highlights how dependent the EU is on key resources needed for the digital and green transitions.

EU sports: MEPs to ask for values-based model, question “breakaway competitions” 

Plenary will discuss on Monday how to enhance the EU’s involvement in sports to encourage a more equitable model that aligns with EU values of inclusiveness and fairness.

MEPs set to demand speedy introduction of European Social Security Pass 

On Monday, MEPs will quiz the Commission on its plan to launch a European Social Security Pass that will reduce the administrative burden for mobile workers.

Istanbul Convention: MEPs to debate the state of play of ratification 

During a plenary debate on Thursday, MEPs are expected to press for the Istanbul Convention to be ratified by all member states.

MEPs to discuss the situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina 

MEPs are expected to express strong support for the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Bosnia and Herzegovina in a debate on Tuesday.

Police violence against Romani people in the EU 

On Tuesday, a year after Parliament condemned structural anti-gypsyism, MEPs will take stock of developments in a debate with the Council and the Commission.

Parliament to debate the EU’s approach to rare diseases 

On Wednesday, MEPs are set to call on the Commission to present an EU action plan on rare diseases by 2023.

Human rights and democracy resolutions 

Parliament will hold urgent debates on the following human rights, democracy and rule of law topics on Thursday morning, followed by votes later the same day.

EU job-search aid worth €1.2 million for 300 dismissed workers in Spain 

Over 300 metal workers in the Basque region in Spain, who lost their jobs because of the COVID-19 pandemic, should receive €1.2 million in EU aid.

Other topics on the agenda 

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