Παρασκευή, 13 Ιανουαρίου 2017

Ενημερωτικό δελτίο 16/01 - 20/01 Ολομέλειας και την εβδομάδα επιτροπής στο Στρασβούργο

Plenary session and Committee week in Strasbourg

Election of the new EP President

Election
The EP is elected for five years, but the term of office for President, Vice-Presidents, Quaestors and committee Chairs is two-and-a-half years. So the elections are held at the beginning of a parliamentary term and at mid-term.
Tuesday

Maltese Presidency

Malta
From January to June 2017, Malta holds the Presidency of the EU Council for the first time, following the Slovak and preceding the Estonian Presidency.
Wednesday

Migration and refugees crisis

Migration
Europe is faced with a significant influx of migrants: hundreds of thousands of people fleeing from war and poverty are travelling to Europe in search of safety and a better life. As the EU searches for the best approach to deal with this unprecedented increase in migration, MEPs press for a comprehensive and fair asylum system.
Thursday

Candidates for the EP Presidency

Cyprus: Ceasefire line in Nicosia

This stockshot is a short presentation of the candidates for the Presidency of the European Parliament
This Infoclip illustrates the Ceasefire line in Nicosia.
For more information check also the dynamic page on EU - Cyprus .
Have a look in the EP archives for added value to coverage of current affairs.

Elections of the EP President from 1979

10 years ago - Welcome to the Bulgarian and Romanian MEPs

The President represents the European Parliament vis-à-vis the outside world and in its relations with the other EU institutions. The following pages contain videos and photos on the elections of the EP Presidents since 1979.
Following the enlargement of the EU to Romania and Bulgaria, on the 15 January 2007, ten years ago, Josep Borrell, EP President, welcomed the Bulgarian and Romanian members.






















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