Committee week at the European Parliament in Brussels a a very busy one for ALDE MEPs as we host several interesting seminars and hearings. Check out our priorities below:
The Culture and Education Committee will discuss, with the Commission, contingency measures to ensure that people who are abroad on an Erasmus+ funded activity will not have their mobility period interrupted in the event of a no-deal Brexit. They will also vote on the budget and new priorities for the 2021–2027 European Solidarity Corps programme.
The set-up of a new Justice, Rights and Values Fund is up for a vote by the Civil Liberties and Legal Affairs committees. It funds actions aiming to promote rule of law and judicial cooperation, as well as facilitating access to justice for everybody.
The TAX3 Committee hosts a hearing on alleged money laundering and tax evasion activities involving Deutsche Bank. More info here.
Another TAX3 hearing takes places at the EP this time about the impact of tax evasion and money laundering on local real estate markets, in particular in European cities. More info here.
ALDE SEMINAR: ‘More Action, More Aid: A performance-based CAP for a sustainable and resilient European Agriculture’, hosted by MEP Ulrike Müller with the participation of MEP Jan Huitema. More info here.
On the same day, ALDE hosts a round-table about Serbia’s European Integration Process with MEPs Ivo Vajgl, and Jasenko Selimović. More info here.
The Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs will vote on Community statistics on migration and international protection, a report by MEP Cecilia Wikström and establishing a Community Code on Visas.