EU Multiannual Financial Framework 2021-2027 and recovery plan (2019-2020)
Esemény dátuma: 07/10/2019
This package contains the events between 1st July 2019 and 31 December 2020. For latest events, see related links.
There have been five multiannual financial frameworks (MFFs) to date. The Treaty of Lisbon transformed the MFF from an interinstitutional agreement into a legally binding act. Established for a period of at least five years, an MFF must ensure that the Union’s expenditure develops in an orderly manner and within the limits of its own resources, and sets out provisions with which the annual budget of the Union must comply, thus laying the cornerstone of financial discipline.
After almost five days of negotiations, the European Council finally reached a political agreement on the Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) for 2021 to 2027 and a specific recovery instrument following the coronavirus crisis – Next Generation EU (NGEU) – together totalling €1 824.3 billion. Before the MFF can enter into force, the Parliament must give its consent, which is also a pre-condition for the adoption, by co-decision, of legislation on the new policy programmes.
Előzmények a hírekben
On 16 November, the Members of Parliament’s negotiating team on the Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) and Own Resources debrief the committee on the outlines of a political agreement on future EU financing reached with the German Presidency on 10 November after ten weeks of intense negotiations.
Johan VAN OVERTVELDT (ECR, BE), Chair of the Committee on Budgets, Jan OLBRYCHT (EPP, PL) and Margarida MARQUES (S&D, PT), MFF co-rapporteurs, José Manuel FERNANDES (EPP, PT), and Valérie HAYER (Renew Europe, FR), Own Resources co-rapporteurs, and Rasmus ANDRESEN (Greens/EFA, DE), speak to the press on the next 2021-2027 Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) and Own Resources, in the European Parliament in Brussels.