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On Thursday, the organisers of “Minority Safepack” presented their objectives at a hearing organised by the Civil Liberties, Culture and Petitions committees.

Statement by the Civil Liberties Committee Chair following the appointment by the Council of the 22 European Prosecutors to serve along the chief prosecutor Laura Codruţa Kövesi.

The Civil Liberties Committee discussed the proposed conditionality clause on the rule of law, ahead of negotiations with Council, and the first EC rule of law report.

The Civil Liberties Committee on Thursday called on the Bulgarian authorities to ensure EU values and the Charter of Fundamental Rights are respected.

The Civil Liberties Committee will discuss the proposed conditionality clause on the rule of law, ahead of negotiations with Council, and the first EC rule of law report.

The new Migration Pact is insufficient for the majority of EP groups. Some demand compulsory relocation of refugees; others want a firmer stance on irregular arrivals.

The EU needs a “robust, comprehensive and positive agenda” to effectively protect and reinforce EU values, according to the Civil Liberties Committee.

German Presidency outlines priorities to EP committees EN

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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.