MEPs will assess the risk of discrimination faced by LGBTIQ persons in Hungary, and the rule of law and fundamental rights situation in both Poland and Hungary.
MEPs will assess a temporary regulation that allows web-based providers to voluntarily detect and remove child sexual abuse material online.
MEPs are set to adopt rules streamlining the rollout of Trans-European transport network projects and release €30 billion for transport, digital and energy projects.
MEPs will review the development of guidelines by the Commission on the application of rules linking EU funds with respect for the rule of law.
On Tuesday morning, MEPs will discuss with Slovenia’s Prime Minister the presidency’s priorities for the second half of 2021.
MEPs will assess the outcome of the recent European Council, in a debate on Wednesday morning with Presidents Charles Michel and Ursula von der Leyen.
Parliament will debate and adopt its position for talks with Council on a stronger role for the European Medicines Agency, following lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic.
MEPs will debate two EU funds to help member states manage migration flows, ease integration of third-country nationals and enhance border management.
Parliament is expected to urge the EU’s Foreign Policy Chief to tackle disinformation effectively and push for more severe sanctions, in a debate on Tuesday.
MEPs are expected to call for corruption to be included as an offence under the new EU human rights sanctions regime, in a debate on Tuesday.
MEPs will debate and vote on their position for talks with Council on the new Environment Action Programme to accelerate the EU’s transition to a green economy.
Parliament is set to point to the harm that wind turbines can cause to marine ecosystems. It will also adopt the €6.1 billion EU Fisheries and Aquaculture Fund.
Parliament is set to demand the promotion across Europe of a more positive perception of old age and expected to call for fairer pensions.
MEPs will discuss the Turkish government’s crackdown on the opposition, specifically the main pro-Kurdish party, on Tuesday and vote on a resolution on Thursday.
After a drastic drop in air traffic caused by the pandemic, MEPs will ask the Commission how to help the aviation sector and relaunch travel and tourism.
MEPs are concerned over the deadlock in international negotiations on the establishment of three protected Antarctic marine areas.
In a debate with the Commission on Thursday, Parliament will debate ways to accelerate the transition to a research system not based on the use of animals.
Nicaragua will be the focus of a plenary debate on Tuesday with EU Foreign Affairs Chief Josep Borrell, with a vote on a resolution to follow on Thursday.
MEPs and EU Foreign Policy Chief Josep Borrell will review the situation in the war-torn Tigray region of northern Ethiopia, in a debate on Tuesday.
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.
Newsletter – 5-8 July 2021 – Strasbourg plenary session
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