Week Ahead 3 - 7 April

Green week

31 March 2023

Patryk Jaki: Migration pact ceases to fulfil task after European Parliament additions

The European Conservatives and Reformists Group sees much to be done in the upcoming trilogue on the documents related to the European Pact on Migration, adopted today in the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs

28 March 2023

Adam Bielan: Stakeholders should steer standardisation

The European Parliament's Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection has adopted an own-initiative report on a standardisation strategy for the internal market.

28 March 2023

Week Ahead 27 - 31 March

EU Council Conclusions; European Migration Pact watered down?; General Product Safety Regulation; Close the hole in the ozone layer; 25th anniversary of the Good Friday agreement; Conference and Exhibition: Commemorating the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising of 1943; Conference: The many faces of anti-Semitism; L'Eroica Italy Cycling weekends exhibition

24 March 2023

Jacek Saryusz-Wolski (ECR): Talk of possible EU treaty changes based on completely wrong diagnosis

The idea of EU treaty changes in the areas of foreign and security policy to make Europe more resistant to external threats, for example by introducing qualified majority voting in the Council, was fiercely opposed by ECR MEP Jacek Saryusz-Wolski today in an expert hearing in the joint committees on Foreign Affairs and Constitutional Affairs.

22 March 2023

Week Ahead 20 - 24 March 2023

ECB President Christine Lagarde in the ECON Committee; EU summit; Event: Euro 7: opportunity or threat?

17 March 2023

International community cannot remain indifferent to attempts to intimidate girls and women in Iran

In a resolution, the European Parliament has condemned the poisoning of thousands of schoolgirls in Iran since November as a cruel attack to silence women.

16 March 2023

ECR Group Co-Chairman Procaccini: “Immigration is a complex problem and a European problem”

Today, the European Parliament discussed its priorities for the Council meeting of 23-24 March. The ECR Group wants to see decisive breakthroughs in the EU's support to Ukraine and its people, who experience atrocious daily suffering under Russia’s brutal illegal invasion.

15 March 2023

European Parliament excessively dogmatic on new EU buildings directive

The ECR Group believes that the provisions of the proposed EU Directive on the Energy Performance of Buildings, as adopted today in Strasbourg, will be burdensome to most citizens.

14 March 2023

Week Ahead 13 - 16 March 2023

The Energy Performance of Buildings Directive will make housing even less affordable; Files on Fit for 55 not fit for adoption; EU Data Act; 23-24 March EU Summit; Joint debate on Brexit; The challenges facing the Republic of Moldova; Planned law on foreign influence in Georgia; Free Andrzej Poczobut and Ales Bialiatski; The poisoning of hundreds of school girls in Iran; Event: Investigating Human Rights in North Korea; Exhibition: “We are with you! Ми з Вами! Polish aid for Ukraine”.

10 March 2023

ECR Group Co-Chairmen Legutko and Procaccini meet Giorgia Meloni in Rome

ECR Group Co-Chairmen Legutko and Procaccini after meeting Giorgia Meloni: "We must break the ideological monopoly of the left in the European Union"

10 March 2023

Week Ahead 6 - 10 March 2023

The EU must rethink the internal combustion engine ban; Preparations for the March plenary week

3 March 2023