Fight against terrorism - 8th parliamentary term
Renginio data: 01/12/2017
Nearly all European countries have been affected by terrorism in one form or another and tackling it has never been easy.
The attacks in Nice, Brussels and Paris demonstrated once again the challenge of finding a rapid and effective response to those who would destroy us, while safeguarding our freedom and way of life. In the unfolding battle against terror, Parliament has an active role to play.
Anksčiau žiūrėtos naujienos
Vote during a meeting of the EP Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs with Daniel DALTON (ECR,GB), rapporteur
Vote during a meeting of the EP Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs. Rapporteur: Daniel Dalton (ECR, UK)
On 12 December, MEPs pay tribute to the victims of Tuesday’s terror attack in the city of Strasbourg with a minute’s silence.
MEPs discuss the report (TERR A8-0374/2018) by Monika Hohlmeier and Helga Stevens on findings and recommendations of the Special Committee on Terrorism.
MEPs debate and vote on new rules to speed up the freezing and confiscation of criminal assets across the EU
On the eve of commemoration of the attacks in Brussels on 22 March 2016, and in London on 22 March 2017, the hearing will pay tribute to the victims of terrorism while tackling the issues still at stake to ensure that their rights are appropriately guaranteed within the European Union.
MEPs discuss cutting the sources of income for Jihadists - targeting the financing of terrorism, in plenary session.
The Members of the Committee on Foreign Affairs vote on the recommendation to the Council, the Commission, and the EEAS on cutting the sources of income for Jihadists - targeting the financing of terrorism
The Members of the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs, vote on Mutual recognition of freezing and confiscation orders. Rapporteur: Nathalie Griesbeck (ALDE, FR)
MEPs pay tribute to the victims of the terrorist attacks of 22 March in Brussels
The Members of the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs discuss following the extraordinary meeting of EU ministers of Justice and Home Affairs after the terrorist attacks in Brussels