This week the European Parliament in Brussels holds the so-called ‘Mini Plenary’ where our MEPs will be debating and voting several important reports.
The MFF (Multi-annual Financial Framework) will center Wednesday’s debates with proposals for the EU’s post-2020 long-term budget and revenue reform.
MEPs will debate a global ban on animal testing for cosmetics, within the EU itself, the sale of all animal-tested cosmetics has been banned since 2013. ALDE MEP Frédérique Ries urged Europe to launch a diplomatic drive & push for a United Nations Convention banning it worldwide before 2023. “Let’s extend the ban on animal testing for cosmetics. Done in the EU, let’s go global!”, she said.
Belgium’s Prime Minister Charles Michel will debate the future of Europe with MEPs and EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker. This is the fifth in a series of debates between EU government leaders and MEPs reflecting on the Future of the EU.
May 3 marks World Press Freedom Day and we will discuss it with some of our MEPs in live interviews and more. You can stay tuned in our Social Media profiles.