Press release – EP TODAY

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Debates

From 8.45, Parliament will hold debates on

  • The need for an immediate and humanitarian EU response to the current situation in the refugee camp in Moria;

  • The humanitarian situation in Mozambique;

  • Combatting the sexual abuse and sexual exploitation of children;

  • The importance of urban and green infrastructure – European Year of Greener Cities 2022;

  • The situation in the Philippines, including the case of Maria Ressa;

  • The case of Denis Mukwege in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).

Watch the debates live on Parliament’s Multimedia Centre and on EbS+

Votes

Results from yesterday evening’s votes will be announced at 8.30, on, among other things,

  • Setting up the Just Transition Fund;

  • Revised testing rules so cars respect EU limits on NOx emissions;

  • EU arms export rules.

The first voting session lasts from 9.30 to 10.45 with results announced at 12.30. During this voting session, MEPs will cast their final vote on, among other things,

  • the state of rule of law in Poland;

  • the situation in Russia and the poisoning of Alexei Navalny;

  • the situation in Belarus;

  • the dangerous escalation and the role of Turkey in the Eastern-Mediterranean;

  • how to address the shortage of medicines;

  • a strategic approach to pharmaceuticals in the environment;

  • combating negative attitudes towards people with Romani background in Europe.

The second voting session lasts from 13.00 to 14.15 with results announced 16.30. During this voting session, MEPs will cast their final vote on, among other things,

  • cultural recovery of Europe.;

  • COVID-19: EU coordination of health assessments and risk classification and the consequences on Schengen and the single market;

  • the importance of urban and green infrastructure – European Year of Greener Cities 2022;

  • financing the COVID-19 vaccines strategy and the impact of the Corona Response Investment Initiative Plus;

  • the situation in the Philippines, including the case of Maria Ressa;

  • the case of Dr. Denis Mukwege in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC);

  • the humanitarian situation in Mozambique

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