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German Presidency outlines priorities to EP committees EN

04-09-2020 AFCO AFET AGRI BUDG CONT CULT DEVE ECON EMPL ENVI FEMM IMCO INTA ITRE JURI LIBE PECH PETI REGI TRAN DROI SEDE

Ministers are outlining the priorities of the German Presidency of the Council of the EU to parliamentary committees, in a series of meetings.

The EU and its member states must combat structural anti-gypsyism and legislate to ensure that Romani people have equal access to housing, education, healthcare and employment.

European Court of Justice ruling on the EU-US Privacy Shield confirms Parliament’s concerns on the lack of an adequate level of protection afforded by the data exchange deal.

The Civil Liberties Committee sees “overwhelming evidence” of rule of law breaches in Poland and asks Council and Commission to also keep an eye on fundamental rights.

The Civil Liberties Committee is set to adopt a draft resolution on the continuing deterioration of democracy, the rule of law and fundamental rights in Poland.

Greek and EU authorities must investigate recurrent reports of violent pushbacks at the border with Turkey, which if true would mean Greece is not ensuring the right to asylum.

MEPs will assess the migration situation in the Central Mediterranean in the midst of the pandemic with representatives of EU institutions and international organisations.

La zona de libre circulación de Schengen debe recuperar la normalidad, para permitir la libertad de movimiento e impulsar la recuperación económica, según la comisión de Libertades del PE.

The attacks on the rule of law, democracy and fundamental rights in Poland need to be addressed urgently, say a majority of MEPs in the Civil Liberties Committee.

The Civil Liberties Committee will discuss the use and protection of personal data in managing COVID-19, including smartphone apps, with EU data protection experts.