Future of Europe

Pasākuma datums: 19/12/2017
Future of Europe

The Europeans want the EU to change. This is why the European Parliament is taking the leadership over a reform of the EU.

Parliament set out its vision for the future of Europe in three resolutions voted in plenary session on 16 February 2017. MEPs suggested, among other things:

  • turning the Council of Ministers into a genuine second legislative chamber, and its configurations into preparatory bodies similar to Parliament’s committees,
  • appointing an EU finance minister and giving the EU Commission the power to formulate and give effect to a common EU economic policy, backed up by a euro-area budget, and
  • creating a fiscal capacity consisting of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) and specific additional budgetary capacity for the euro area, funded by its members as a part of the EU budget.
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MEPs debate with Jüri RATAS, Estonian Prime Minister, on the Future of Europe during the plenary session in Strasbourg.

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MEPs debate with Alexis Tsipras, Greek Prime Minister, on the Future of Europe during the plenary session in Strasbourg.

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MEPs debate with Mateusz Morawiecki, Polish Prime Minister, on the Future of Europe during the plenary session in Strasbourg.

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Mark Rutte, Dutch Prime Minister, gives a speech on the future of Europe during the plenary session, in Strasbourg

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Xavier Bettel, Luxembourgish Prime Minister, gives a speech on the future of Europe during the plenary session, in Strasbourg

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Charles MICHEL, Belgian Prime Minister, gives a speech on the future of Europe, during the plenary session, in Brussels

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Emmanuel MACRON, President of the French Republic, gives a speech on the futur of Europe during the plenary session, in Strasbourg.

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António COSTA, Portuguese Prime Minister, gives a speech on the Future of Europe during the plenary session in Strasbourg.

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Andrej PLENKOVIĆ, Croatian Prime Minister, address the plenary session and then debate the future of the European Union with political group representatives and MEPs.

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The Taoiseach of the Republic of Ireland Leo Varadkar is the first EU leader to debate the future of Europe with MEPs on Wednesday morning.

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Donald Tusk, President of the European Council, discusses with MEPs the outcome of the 19-20 October meeting of European leaders, which focussed on migration and asylum, defence, and the Brexit negotiations.

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If the Commission adopts the White Paper on the future of Europe on Wednesday, it will be added as the first point on the official agenda at the opening of the sitting. Following a presentation by EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, MEPs would debate the proposals. If the Commission adopts the White Paper on the future of Europe on Wednesday, it will be added as the first point on the official agenda at the opening of the sitting. Following a presentation by EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, MEPs would debate the proposals.

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