Parliament will kick off a bottom-up approach to shape the future of Europe together with citizens of all backgrounds and ages.
Before voting on the Green Deal, MEPs will first discuss legislative proposals to help EU communities succeed in making the transition to low carbon, on Tuesday.
The global biodiversity conference COP 15 should agree on legally binding targets similar to the Paris agreement on climate change, MEPs are set to say on Thursday.
MEPs will debate the consequences of the latest confrontation between the US and Iran, on Tuesday afternoon, with EU Foreign Policy Chief Josep Borrell.
MEPs will assess the progress made by EU ministers in determining whether rule of law is at risk in Hungary and Poland. Plenary will adopt a resolution on Thursday.
In a resolution to be put to the vote on Wednesday, MEPs will express their concern over how the UK and EU27 governments will manage citizens’ rights after Brexit.
On Tuesday morning, Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković will present the priorities of the rotating Council presidency for the next six months.
The King of Jordan, His Majesty Abdullah II ibn Al-Hussein, will address MEPs during a formal sitting in Strasbourg on Wednesday at 12.00.
MEPs will discuss the ongoing bushfires in Australia, along with other extreme weather events resulting from climate change, on Monday.
MEPs expect the Commission to update Parliament on the ongoing EU investigations and on future measures to protect the EU’s financial interests.
MEPs will debate on Monday ways to close the gender pay gap and are likely to urge the Commission to propose legally binding measures without delay.
MEPs will push the European Commission and member states to make the fight against homelessness a top priority.
MEPs will call on the European Commission to urgently deliver on the EU Pillar of Social Rights with concrete proposals and adequate funding, in a debate on Tuesday.
To reduce electronic waste and make consumers’ life easier, MEPs want binding measures for chargers to fit all mobile phones and other portable devices.
MEPs are to discuss serious cross-border crime and its impact on free movement, in particular through the reintroduction of border controls within the Schengen area.
MEPs are expected to express their support for multilateralism and stress the need for a stronger and united Europe that stands up for universal values.
MEPs will discuss the outcome of the Ombudsman’s inquiries in 2018 and vote on the annual report.
Parliament will discuss on Tuesday the recent developments in Libya and the efforts to prevent an international conflict.
MEPs are set to condemn the “illegal” election of Luis Parra as new Speaker of the Venezuelan National Assembly, in a resolution to be put to the vote on Thursday.
Parliament will hold urgent debates on the following human rights, democracy and rule of law topics on Thursday morning, with the votes following at 12.00.
Newsletter - 13-16 January 2020 - Strasbourg plenary session