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Audieri

O comisie poate organiza o audiere cu experți atunci când acest lucru este considerat esențial pentru activitatea sa cu privire la o anumită chestiune. Audierile pot fi organizate și în comun, de două sau mai multe comisii. Majoritatea comisiilor organizează audieri regulate, deoarece acest lucru le permite să intre în contact cu experții și să aibă discuții cu privire la chestiunile-cheie. Această pagină vă pune la dispoziție toate informațiile disponibile privind audierile comisiilor, inclusiv programele și intervențiile vorbitorilor.

AFCO JURI LIBE PETI

On 29 October 2020, a hearing on Union Citizenship will be jointly organised by the European Parliament (JURI, LIBE, AFCO and PETI Committees) and the European Commission. The hearing will see a keynote speech by Mr. Didier Reynders, Commissioner for Justice and the participation of Ms. Emily O’Reilly, the European Ombudsman, as well as representatives from various NGOs.

ENVI PETI

For decades, the wolf was regarded as strongly endangered in Europe. Its population is now recovering in many areas of the continent.The joint ENVI-PETI public hearing, with the association of AGRI, focused on the wolf population within the EU.

PETI

On 12 November 2019 the Committee on Petitions organised a hearing on "FATCA and its extraterritorial impact on EU Citizens.” The aim of the hearing was to facilitate an exchange of views between the various stakeholders and listen to the issues faced by EU citizens affected by FATCA. The hearing consisted of two panels, focusing on financial services and the exchange of tax information with the US and on potential conflicts between European data protection rules and FATCA.

PETI ENVI

On 21 March 2019, the PETI and ENVI Committees will hold a joint Public Hearing on “Climate Change Denial.” The aim of the hearing is to explore the topic of climate change denial under different perspectives and to examine the communication techniques used in politics or by private companies and other actors in society to mislead the public on the negative impact of certain industrial activities or policies on the climate.