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Representative actions for the protection of the collective interests of consumers: Opening statements by Geoffroy DIDIER (EPP,FR), rapporteur and by Kateřina KONEČNÁ (GUE/NGL,CZ), IMCO and by Didier REYNDERS, European Commissioner for Justice
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During the plenary session (23-26 November) in the European Parliament in Brussels, Clare DALY (GUE/NGL, IE) rapporteur, and Vĕra JOUROVÁ, Vice-President of the European Commission in charge of Values and Transparency, make an opening statement during the debate on the situation of Fundamental Rights in the European Union - Annual Report for the years 2018-2019. This transcription speech is the result of an automatic process. Check against delivery.
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Iratxe GARCÍA PÉREZ (S&D, ES), S&D Group Leader, speaks to the press in the European Parliament in Brussels.
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Manon AUBRY (GUE/NGL, FR) and Martin SCHIRDEWAN (GUE/NGL, DE), GUE/NGL Group Leaders, speak to the press in the European Parliament in Brussels.
During the remote plenary session (23-26/11/2020) of the European Parliament in Brussels, MEPs are expected to warn against the deterioration of fundamental rights and EU values within the EU, and underline the critical need for a mechanism on democracy, the rule of law and fundamental rights.
During the remote plenary session (23-26/11/2020) of the European Parliament in Brussels, MEPs debate on new rules that will allow groups of consumers, harmed by illegal practices, to defend their rights collectively and seek compensation. Member states will need to put in place systems for representative action that guarantee consumers are well protected against mass harm, while ensuring appropriate safeguards from abusive lawsuits. Statements by Geoffroy DIDIER (EPP, FR), Rapporteur, Kateřina KONEČNÁ (GUE/NGL, CZ), IMCO Committee and Didier REYNDERS, European Commissioner for Justice.
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