Cristian-Silviu BUŞOI : 8th parliamentary term 

Political groups 

  • 01-07-2014 / 01-07-2019 : Group of the European People's Party (Christian Democrats) - Member

National parties 

  • 01-07-2014 / 01-07-2019 : Partidul Naţional Liberal (Romania)

Member 

  • 01-07-2014 / 18-01-2017 : Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety
  • 14-07-2014 / 01-07-2019 : Delegation to the EU-Ukraine Parliamentary Association Committee
  • 14-07-2014 / 01-07-2019 : Delegation to the Euronest Parliamentary Assembly
  • 19-01-2017 / 01-07-2019 : Committee on Industry, Research and Energy

Substitute 

  • 01-07-2014 / 18-01-2017 : Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection
  • 14-07-2014 / 01-07-2019 : Delegation to the EU-Turkey Joint Parliamentary Committee
  • 23-09-2014 / 01-07-2019 : Delegation for relations with India
  • 19-01-2017 / 01-07-2019 : Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection
  • 14-03-2018 / 01-07-2019 : Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety

Main parliamentary activities 

Contributions to plenary debates 
Speeches made during the plenary session and written declarations relating to plenary debates. Rules Rule 204 and 171(11)

Reports - as rapporteur 
A rapporteur is appointed in the responsible parliamentary committee to draft a report on proposals of a legislative or budgetary nature, or other issues. In drafting their report, rapporteurs may consult with relevant experts and stakeholders. They are also responsible for the drafting of compromise amendments and negotiations with shadow rapporteurs. Reports adopted at committee level are then examined and voted on in plenary. Rule 55

REPORT on the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council amending Regulation (EC) No 1007/2009 on trade in seal products  
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IMCO 

Opinions - as rapporteur 
Committees may draft an opinion to a report of the responsible committee covering the elements linked to their committee remit. Rapporteurs of such opinions are also responsible for the drafting of compromise amendments and negotiations with shadow rapporteurs of the opinion. Rule 56, Rule 57, Annex VI

OPINION on the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on the European Social Fund Plus (ESF+)  
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ENVI 
OPINION on Blockchain: a forward-looking trade policy  
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ITRE 
OPINION on the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council establishing Horizon Europe – the Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, laying down its rules for participation and dissemination  
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ENVI 

Opinions - as shadow rapporteur 
Political groups designate a shadow rapporteur for an opinion to follow progress and negotiate compromise texts with the rapporteur. Rule 215

OPINION on the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on health technology assessment and amending Directive 2011/24/EU  
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ITRE 
OPINION on the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council amending Regulation (EU) No 1303/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 December 2013 laying down common provisions on the European Regional Development Fund, the European Social Fund, the Cohesion Fund, the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development and the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund and laying down general provisions on the European Regional Development Fund, the European Social Fund, the Cohesion Fund and the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund and repealing Council Regulation (EC) No 1083/2006 as regards support to structural reforms in Member States  
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ITRE 

Motions for resolutions 
Motions for resolutions are tabled on topical issues, at the request of a committee, a political group or at least 5% of the Members, and voted on in plenary. Rule 132, Rule 136, Rule 139, Rule 144.

Oral questions 
Questions for oral answer with debate, addressed to the European Commission, the Council or the Vice-President of the Commission/High Representative of the Union can be tabled by a committee, a political group or at least 5% of Parliament’s members. Rule 136

Major interpellations 
Major interpellations for written answer with debate, addressed to the European Commission, the Council or the Vice-President of the Commission/High Representative of the Union, may be tabled by a committee, a political group or at least 5% of Parliament’s component Members. Rule 139, Annex III

Other parliamentary activities 

Written explanations of vote 
Members can submit a written explanation of their vote in plenary. Rule 194

Mechanism to resolve legal and administrative obstacles in a cross-border context (A8-0414/2018 - Matthijs van Miltenburg)  
 

. ‒ Border regions in Europe tend to perform less well economically, have higher unemployment rates and have relatively underdeveloped infrastructure compared to regions that are more centrally located in the Member States. It is estimated that if 20% of existing border obstacles were to be removed, border regions would gain 2% in GDP. In light of these issues, the Commission has put forward a ‘proposal on a mechanism to resolve legal and administrative obstacles in a cross-border context’ (ECBM) which would promote effective cross-border cooperation and consequently, improve the wealth and wellbeing of the inhabitants and their quality of life in the EU’s border regions.
However, the proposal should aim to add a voluntary tool to the toolbox that Member States have at their disposal to boost cross-border cooperation. Further it is necessary that Member States are able to choose on a case-by-case basis whether to use the ECBM or an existing mechanism for each individual joint project, to allow for greater administrative flexibility. I support the proposal set out, it is crucial that no region of the Union be left behind and that everyone can benefit from economic growth and development

Draft Agreement on Cooperation between Eurojust and Georgia (A8-0065/2019 - Sylvia-Yvone Kaufmann)  
 

The Eurojust-Georgia Cooperation agreement follows the model of similar agreements concluded by Eurojust in the past. The purpose of such agreements is to foster cooperation as regards combating serious crime, especially organised crime and terrorism. Organised crime groups originating in Georgia are operating in EU Member States. Moreover, Georgia is a post-conflict nation with a large stock of weapons remaining in the country with the potential for being trafficked. Georgia has been increasingly used to launder illicit proceeds generated by various organised criminal groups (OCGs). Thus, such an agreement can foster greater cooperation in the fight against such OCGs and is very much in the interest of the Union and Georgia, since such OCGs are a transnational issue.
Such cooperation will also aid Georgian authorities to ensure continuous fulfilment of their obligations and their serious commitment to preventing and fighting organised crime. Ultimately, I support the agreement on cooperation between Eurojust and Georgia; fighting organised crime is very much in the interest of both the Union and Georgia. Further, the agreement will foster greater trust and security between the Union and Georgia and will help prevent future organised crime from flourishing or taking place.

Health technology assessment (A8-0289/2018 - Soledad Cabezón Ruiz)  
 

The Commission’s proposal is timely and represents a high degree of added value for the EU. It constitutes a further step towards closer EU integration, especially necessary in an area as critical as health. The fundamental aim of the proposal is to introduce a joint clinical assessment of health technologies at EU level. The right to health is a fundamental right. It is important to the integrity of the individual, but also a key factor in social cohesion and economic productivity. However, the Union requires better clinical evidence as the basis for determining the relative efficacy and therapeutic benefits of medicines, i.e. quality. Further, there are serious concerns about the growing difficulties faced by European citizens in terms of accessing suitable treatment in the EU. The proposals suggest a directive is necessary which makes global regulation possible, clears the way for the right balance to be struck between all parties and interests, with the focus on the patient, and guarantees access to medicines. It is crucial that all citizens of the Union have access to high-quality healthcare and medicines and that difficulties within the internal market are brought to an end. Thus, in my capacity as IMCO rapporteur, I strongly support this proposal.

Written questions 
Members can submit a specific number of questions to the President of the European Council, the Council, the Commission and the Vice-President of the Commission/High Representative of the Union, for written answer. Rule 138, Annex III

Written declarations (up to 16 January 2017) 
**This instrument no longer exists since 16 January 2017**. A written declaration was an initiative on a matter falling within the EU’s competence. It could be co-signed by Members within a 3 month period.

Written declaration on chronic respiratory diseases  
- P8_DCL(2016)0115 - Lapsed  
Alberto CIRIO , Karin KADENBACH , Catherine STIHLER , Kateřina KONEČNÁ , Biljana BORZAN , Eva KAILI , Piernicola PEDICINI , David BORRELLI , Damiano ZOFFOLI , Sirpa PIETIKÄINEN , Nessa CHILDERS , Cristian-Silviu BUŞOI  
Date opened : 24-10-2016
Lapse date : 24-01-2017
Number of signatories : 249 - 25-01-2017
Written declaration on access to employment for those affected by neurological disorders and chronic pain conditions  
- P8_DCL(2016)0112 - Lapsed  
Marian HARKIN , Jeroen LENAERS , Daciana Octavia SÂRBU , Jean LAMBERT , Ivo VAJGL , Dame Glenis WILLMOTT , Biljana BORZAN , Jana ŽITŇANSKÁ , José BLANCO LÓPEZ , Eva KAILI , Jutta STEINRUCK , Elena GENTILE , Heinz K. BECKER , Brian HAYES , Roberta METSOLA , Miroslav MIKOLÁŠIK , Sirpa PIETIKÄINEN , Sofia RIBEIRO , Bogdan Brunon WENTA , Cristian-Silviu BUŞOI , Karin KADENBACH , Merja KYLLÖNEN  
Date opened : 24-10-2016
Lapse date : 24-01-2017
Number of signatories : 179 - 25-01-2017
Written declaration on heart failure  
- P8_DCL(2016)0110 - Lapsed  
Annie SCHREIJER-PIERIK , Aldo PATRICIELLO , Cristian-Silviu BUŞOI , Sirpa PIETIKÄINEN , Andrey KOVATCHEV , Pascal ARIMONT , Marc TARABELLA , Victor NEGRESCU , Miriam DALLI , Nicola CAPUTO , Daciana Octavia SÂRBU , Karin KADENBACH , Nessa CHILDERS , Ian DUNCAN , Stelios KOULOGLOU , Monica MACOVEI , Patricija ŠULIN  
Date opened : 24-10-2016
Lapse date : 24-01-2017
Number of signatories : 236 - 25-01-2017

Declarations 

Declaration of financial interests 

Declarations of participation by Members in events organised by third parties 

Contact 

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