Organised property crime

Priority question for written answer P-004246/2019
to the Commission
Rule 138
Tomas Tobé

05-12-2019 P-004246/2019

Fair taxation in a digitalised and globalised economy – BEPS 2.0

Question for oral answer O-000040/2019
to the Commission
Rule 136
Irene Tinagli
on behalf of the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs

04-12-2019 O-000040/2019

Review of the EU’s climate policy in the light of the Union’s principle of proportionality

Priority question for written answer P-004155/2019
to the Commission
Rule 138
Laura Huhtasaari

02-12-2019 P-004155/2019

Political bias displayed by Commission Vice-President Margaritis Schinas

Priority question for written answer P-004141/2019/rev.1
to the Commission
Rule 138
Dimitrios Papadimoulis

02-12-2019 P-004141/2019

Presentation of the von der Leyen Commission

Priority question for written answer P-004117/2019
to the Commission
Rule 138
Martin Schirdewan

29-11-2019 P-004117/2019

Funding of the European Islamophobia report

Priority question for written answer P-004112/2019
to the Commission
Rule 138
Lukas Mandl

28-11-2019 P-004112/2019

Projected mineral prospection around Lagoa Salgada

Priority question for written answer P-004102/2019
to the Commission
Rule 138
Nuno Melo

28-11-2019 P-004102/2019

Reform of the general principles of comitology

Question for oral answer O-000039/2019
to the Commission
Rule 136
Pascal Durand
on behalf of the Renew Group
Marie Toussaint
on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group

28-11-2019 O-000039/2019

Economic and employment impact of the ‘plastics tax’

Priority question for written answer P-004062/2019
to the Commission
Rule 138
Isabella Tovaglieri

27-11-2019 P-004062/2019

Care allowance for Slovak migrant workers living in Austria

Priority question for written answer P-004058/2019
to the Commission
Rule 138
Lucia Ďuriš Nicholsonová

27-11-2019 P-004058/2019

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