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European Parliament Committee Meetings
  • Start date : 03/04/2014 00:00:00
  • End date : 03/04/2014 23:59:59
  • Where : European Parliament, Brussels

Political Meetings, European Parliament, Institutional affairs


European Parliament's committees are primarily responsible for preparing the legislative work for Parliament's plenary, on the basis of which it adopts legislative resolutions.

 

Their core task is to draw up reports on legislative proposals that have been referred to Parliament, or on which Parliament has been consulted, and on own-initiative reports.

 

Parliament has 20 standing committees, and 2 subcommittees, each responsible for an area of community policy: foreign affairs, environment, development, international trade, budget etc, and working methods appropriate to its areas of expertise.

 

Special committees are sometimes created on an ad-hoc basis to address a specific topic.

 

Each committee elects a chairman and four vice-chairmen for consecutive periods of two and a half years in each parliamentary term. Each committee has its own secretariat.

 

Committees meet in public, once or twice a month, generally during the weeks that follow plenary sittings in Strasbourg. The meetings are broadcasted live (through EP Live).

 

KEY ITEMS OF THE COMMITTEES:

  • Own resources (votes) in BUDG
  • Anti-terrorism and security-related issues in LIBE
  • Single Resolution Mechanism and a Single Bank Resolution Fund in ECON

 

Full agenda: go to List of Committees (cf. below)

 

 

PUBLIC HEARINGS, JOINT MEETINGS, WORKSHOPS, INTER-PARLIAMENTARY MEETINGS:

  • Public Hearing on “Implementing the Youth Employment Initiative” by BUDG and EMPL
  • Public Hearing on “Political and economic situation in Belarus” by AFET
  • Workshop on “Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) provisions in the EU's International Investment Agreements” by INTA
  • Public Hearing on “The prospects of establishing a debt redemption fund and introducing Eurobills” by ECON