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ES biudžeto istoriją

14-06-2019

Europos Sąjungos biudžetas grindžiamas trimis ramsčiais: išlaidų, finansavimo ir audito. Šiame informaciniame pranešime apžvelgiama, nuo ko prasidėjo biudžetas, ir kaip jis buvo plėtojamas vykdant daugiametį planavimą ir rengiant metinį biudžetą. Ši informacija pateikiama atsižvelgiant į Europos Parlamento besikeičiančius įgaliojimus biudžeto srityje ir į jo finansavimo bei audito proceso raidą. Nuo pat pirmosios Europos bendrijos sukūrimo 1952 m. biudžeto sudarymo klausimu tarp Europos institucijų ...

Europos Sąjungos biudžetas grindžiamas trimis ramsčiais: išlaidų, finansavimo ir audito. Šiame informaciniame pranešime apžvelgiama, nuo ko prasidėjo biudžetas, ir kaip jis buvo plėtojamas vykdant daugiametį planavimą ir rengiant metinį biudžetą. Ši informacija pateikiama atsižvelgiant į Europos Parlamento besikeičiančius įgaliojimus biudžeto srityje ir į jo finansavimo bei audito proceso raidą. Nuo pat pirmosios Europos bendrijos sukūrimo 1952 m. biudžeto sudarymo klausimu tarp Europos institucijų ir valstybių narių vyraudavo įtampa, o išlaidų reformos būdavo glaudžiai susijusios su finansavimo reformomis.

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Dr Giacomo Benedetto

The Juncker Commission's ten priorities: State of play in autumn 2018

07-09-2018

As the European Commission approaches the last full year of its five-year mandate, this publication provides an up-to-date overview of the state of play in the delivery of the various legislative and other political initiatives flowing from the ten priorities defined by the Commission's President, Jean-Claude Juncker, on taking office in 2014. The paper is intended both to assess the progress towards the targets that the Commission has set itself, and to identify areas in which difficulties have ...

As the European Commission approaches the last full year of its five-year mandate, this publication provides an up-to-date overview of the state of play in the delivery of the various legislative and other political initiatives flowing from the ten priorities defined by the Commission's President, Jean-Claude Juncker, on taking office in 2014. The paper is intended both to assess the progress towards the targets that the Commission has set itself, and to identify areas in which difficulties have been, or are being, encountered, as the EU institutions prepare for the 2019 European Parliament elections. The analysis – part of an on-going series throughout the Commission's five-year term – finds that, so far, 89 per cent of the proposals envisaged by the Commission have been tabled, and 40 per cent have been adopted. Of the 49 per cent proposed but not yet adopted, around two-thirds are progressing well through the EU legislative process.

Plenary round-up – Brussels, November II 2017

01-12-2017

The adoption of the 2018 budget was one of the main points of the November II plenary session. It also included debates on the State of Energy Union 2017 and the situation in Yemen, with a resolution adopted on the latter. Members addressed an oral question to the European Commission regarding negotiations for a Convention establishing a multilateral court for the settlement of investment disputes (MIC). Members also adopted, inter alia, reports on transnational arrangements for mitigating the impact ...

The adoption of the 2018 budget was one of the main points of the November II plenary session. It also included debates on the State of Energy Union 2017 and the situation in Yemen, with a resolution adopted on the latter. Members addressed an oral question to the European Commission regarding negotiations for a Convention establishing a multilateral court for the settlement of investment disputes (MIC). Members also adopted, inter alia, reports on transnational arrangements for mitigating the impact of the introduction of IFRS 9, on the instrument contributing to stability and peace, on the ranking of unsecured debt instruments in insolvency hierarchy as well as on the implementation of the European Disability Strategy.

Conciliation agreement on the 2018 EU budget

24-11-2017

On 18 November, European Parliament and Council negotiators reached a provisional agreement on the 2018 EU budget. The joint text, which provides for total commitments of €160.11 billion and total payments of €144.68 billion, is expected to be adopted by the Council and then voted on by the Parliament during the November II plenary session.

On 18 November, European Parliament and Council negotiators reached a provisional agreement on the 2018 EU budget. The joint text, which provides for total commitments of €160.11 billion and total payments of €144.68 billion, is expected to be adopted by the Council and then voted on by the Parliament during the November II plenary session.

Išorės autorius

Jędrzejewska, Sidonia

Parliament's reading of the 2018 EU budget

23-10-2017

During the October II plenary, the European Parliament is due to decide whether and how to amend the Council's position on the 2018 draft EU budget put forward by the European Commission. The report adopted by the Committee on Budgets reverses all the cuts proposed by the Council. Furthermore, it increases appropriations for a number of Parliament’s priority programmes linked to sustainable growth, jobs – particularly youth employment, security, and climate change.

During the October II plenary, the European Parliament is due to decide whether and how to amend the Council's position on the 2018 draft EU budget put forward by the European Commission. The report adopted by the Committee on Budgets reverses all the cuts proposed by the Council. Furthermore, it increases appropriations for a number of Parliament’s priority programmes linked to sustainable growth, jobs – particularly youth employment, security, and climate change.

The future of EU finances

08-09-2017

The European Commission has completed its series of reflection papers on the future of the EU, with a document that analyses how the EU budget could evolve in the coming years to address current and new challenges. The paper should help shape the proposals, due in the coming months, for the next Multiannual Financial Framework of the EU, for the period from 2021 on.

The European Commission has completed its series of reflection papers on the future of the EU, with a document that analyses how the EU budget could evolve in the coming years to address current and new challenges. The paper should help shape the proposals, due in the coming months, for the next Multiannual Financial Framework of the EU, for the period from 2021 on.

EYE 2016 – Future of Europe: Remember we have a choice!

27-04-2016

Political engagement and participation in Western democracies have decreased in recent years. At the European Union level, years of criticism of its supposedly inherent democratic deficit and lack of legitimacy have undermined citizens' trust in the EU as a political actor. Recent developments in EU governance, however, show increasing efforts to find innovative ways of engaging citizens. This note has been prepared for the European Youth Event, taking place in Strasbourg in May 2016. Please click ...

Political engagement and participation in Western democracies have decreased in recent years. At the European Union level, years of criticism of its supposedly inherent democratic deficit and lack of legitimacy have undermined citizens' trust in the EU as a political actor. Recent developments in EU governance, however, show increasing efforts to find innovative ways of engaging citizens. This note has been prepared for the European Youth Event, taking place in Strasbourg in May 2016. Please click here for the full publication in PDF format

Draft Amending Budget (DAB) No 1/2016: Instrument for Emergency Support and Europol

07-04-2016

DAB No 1/2016 deals with two different European Commission proposals: the provision of the initial financial means for the new instrument aimed at delivering emergency support inside the European Union (EU); and an increase in the staffing of the recently created European Counter-Terrorism Centre within Europol. The European Parliament has fast-tracked its examination of the proposals, while the Council also rapidly adopted its own position on the DAB.

DAB No 1/2016 deals with two different European Commission proposals: the provision of the initial financial means for the new instrument aimed at delivering emergency support inside the European Union (EU); and an increase in the staffing of the recently created European Counter-Terrorism Centre within Europol. The European Parliament has fast-tracked its examination of the proposals, while the Council also rapidly adopted its own position on the DAB.

Payments backlog in recent EU budgets: Lessons learnt and outlook

10-11-2015

Since 2011, the EU has experienced an issue of increasing levels of payment backlog at year-end. The problem has turned out to be a recurring one, especially pressing during annual budget negotiations, and difficult to resolve with ad-hoc preventive action. The situation has deteriorated over the years and at the end of 2014 the payment backlog was estimated at some €26 billion, around half of which was classified by the European Commission as 'abnormal'. While the bulk of the backlog came under ...

Since 2011, the EU has experienced an issue of increasing levels of payment backlog at year-end. The problem has turned out to be a recurring one, especially pressing during annual budget negotiations, and difficult to resolve with ad-hoc preventive action. The situation has deteriorated over the years and at the end of 2014 the payment backlog was estimated at some €26 billion, around half of which was classified by the European Commission as 'abnormal'. While the bulk of the backlog came under the heading 1b 'Cohesion for growth and jobs', other policy areas were also affected, such as the Erasmus and research programmes, the European Neighbourhood Instrument and humanitarian aid. The problem interlocks both technical aspects of budgetary management and a political dimension, with fundamental questions on the architecture of EU public finances, including the system of own resources and the flexibility of the Multiannual Financial Framework. The situation should significantly improve by the end of 2016 thanks to a series of interinstitutional initiatives, strongly supported by the EP. However, the future outlook from 2017 remains to be thoroughly assessed.

2016 draft EU budget: Mandate for the trilogue

29-06-2015

On 7 July 2015, the European Parliament (EP) is due to consider a report by its Committee on Budgets, which gives a first analysis of the draft 2016 EU budget proposed by the European Commission, highlighting the priorities for the EP in the coming negotiations with the Council.

On 7 July 2015, the European Parliament (EP) is due to consider a report by its Committee on Budgets, which gives a first analysis of the draft 2016 EU budget proposed by the European Commission, highlighting the priorities for the EP in the coming negotiations with the Council.

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