ESPKU is in charge of coordinating the European Parliament Cross-Party Alliance on PKU , which was launched in March 2020 .. What is the European Parliament Cross-Part Alliance in PKU?. Cross-Party Alliances, more commonly known as Interest Groups, bring together MEPs interested in a specific issue that they would like to actively champion. In other words, these Alliances function as internal advocacy/pressure groups within the European Parliament.. A wide variety of such groups is in existence, some more active than others; their influence can be sizeable as they can make use of various tools to put pressure - on the Committees that they are part of, on the European Commission…- such as amending Parliament reports, table Written Questions, organise hearings etc.. The Mission of the Cross-Party Alliance on PKU:. The European Parliament Cross-Party Alliance on PKU is an informal, internal European Parliament advocacy group aiming to bring together MEPs (and relevant (national) stakeholders) to ...
The European Parliament Outreach Task Force complements the work of AmCham EUs committees by shaping advocacy on horizontal issues and facilitating outreach to the European Parliament, strengthening ties between AmCham EU and Members of the European Parliament (MEPs), their national affiliates and national delegations in the European Parliament. The Task Force also aims at
The increase in refugees and other migrants from low-income and middle-income countries (LMICs) to the European Union/European Economic Area (EU/EEA) since 20111 has made the development of infectious disease guidance a public health priority for EU/EEA Member States. High mobility, poor living conditions, barriers to accessing healthcare and potential public health risks for newly arriving migrant populations and host populations are leading public health concerns. As a result, the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) called for evidence-based guidance to support tailored public health approaches to health assessment (voluntary screening) and prevention (vaccination) among newly arrived migrants. This guidance aims to support public health and health system professionals to screen and treat international migrants.2. Migrant populations include economic migrants, refugees, asylum seekers and irregular migrants who may have been forced to flee conflict, natural disasters or ...
on a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council amending Regulations (EU) No 1305/2013, (EU) No 1306/2013, (EU) No 1307/2013, (EU) No 1308/2013 and (EU) No 652/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council (COM(2016)0605 - C8-0404/2017 - 2016/0282B(COD)). (Ordinary legislative procedure: first reading). The European Parliament,. - having regard to the Commission proposal to Parliament and the Council (COM(2016)0605),. - having regard to the decision by the Conference of Presidents on 16 November 2017 to split the Commission proposal and to authorise the Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development to draw up a separate legislative report for the provisions pertaining to the remit of that committee, namely Articles 267 to 270 and 275 of the Commission proposal,. - having regard to Article 294(2) and (3) and Article 42, Article 43(2) and point (b) of Article 168(4) of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union,. - having regard to the opinion of the European Court of ...
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The Dublin regulation, allocating asylum claims to the first port of call on a migrants journey, is unfit for purpose. The European Parliament has come to a shared position that guarantees fair treatment of refugees and shared responsibility in the EU. Now its up to member states to do their share, writes Cornelia Ernst.. Dr. Cornelia Ernst is an MEP for the German party DIE LINKE since 2009. She is a spokesperson for her parliamentary delegation and a member of the LIBE committee of the European Parliament. In preparing the new Dublin reform, Ernst was the shadow rapporteur for the left-wing group in the European Parliament GUE/NGL.. Thirty-seven years ago, twelve EU member states, including Germany, signed a treaty under international law to regulate which EU member state would be responsible for examining an asylum application. The agreement was named after the place of its signature, Dublin.. The rules entered into force in 1997 and since then, the EU member state that was first entered by ...
Bellona Europa Director Jonas Helseth and BRALs Lievin Chemin, European Parliament, 23 Nov 2017 Credit: Bellona Europa These fuels use five times more electricity than an electric car to travel the same distance, and have all the same qualities as fossil fuels, such as CO2 and air polluting NOx and PM. Labelling synthetic fuels as renewable and including them in the RED poses a direct threat to electro-mobility uptake on the continent, warned Helseth.. Another key piece of legislation is the currently reformed Clean Vehicles Directive, which offers a once-in-a-decade opportunity to enforce an effective tool for the public procurement of clean transport fleets. In the coming months, discussions on this piece of legislation will be getting underway in the European Parliament and EU Member States. When it comes to the implementation of the directives requirements, however, it comes down to cities and public authorities.. Brussels needs to step up action The debate thus provided a zoom into ...
This Briefing, published by the European Parliamentary Research Service, is designed to provide key facts and figures about the European Parliament, both today and in previous terms since direct elections were introduced in June 1979. On the following pages you will find graphics of various kinds which: -detail the composition of the European Parliament now and in the past; -trace the increase in the number of parties represented in the Parliament and show the evolution of political groups; -chart the rise in the number of women sitting in the Parliament; -explain the electoral systems used in elections to the Parliament across the Member States; -show how turnout in European elections compares with that in national elections; -summarise the activity of the Parliament in the 2009-14 term, and the start of the current term; -present the annual cost of the Parliament compared with other parliaments; -outline the composition of the Parliaments main governing bodies. This is an
The following is a guest blog post from Andrea Corazza, European Advocacy Officer, Global Health Advocates, and was originally published on End the Neglect.*. Through its policies, legislation and bilateral/regional trade agreements, the European Union (EU) has a major impact on global health both in terms of research and development (R&D) of new and improved medicines for Poverty-Related and Neglected Diseases[1] (PRNDs) and their accessibility to populations in developing countries.. To ensure that EU policies deliver a coherent, comprehensive and pro-active response to address these issues, Global Health Advocates and the Médecins Sans Frontières Access Campaign created the European Parliament Working Group on Innovation, Access to Medicines and Poverty-Related Diseases together with Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) back in 2009.. This Working Group provides a platform to ensure that global health issues remain high on the EU agenda and to advocate for the adoption of EU policies ...
TextSeries: International competition law series: v. 54.Publisher: Netherlands Kluwer Law International 2013Description: xxviii, 555 pages ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9789041147585.Other title: European Union cartel enforcement.Subject(s): Antitrust law -- European Union countries , Competition, Unfair -- European Union countries , Cartels -- European Union countries , Law enforcement -- European Union countries , Human rights -- European Union countriesDDC classification: 343.40721 ...
At the plenary meeting in Strasbourg on Tuesday night, members of the European Parliament approved with 546 votes in favor, 93 votes against and 51 abstentions against EU citizens and non-EU citizens with 553 votes in favor, 91 against and 46 abstentions. The digital green certificate will be introduced from July 1st. national. Its the European Parliament on Wednesday.. The initiative was put forward by the European Commission on March 17, after which an emergency procedure for the introduction of certificates was initiated.. The initiative aims to establish unified European cross-border movement rules before the summer tourist season, and promote travel and trigger economic recovery by eliminating doubts caused by quarantine, testing and other measures in different countries.. Applying for a digital green certificate valid for 12 months will prove three things. The person has recovered from the crown, has been vaccinated, or has had a negative test in the past 72 hours.. It will not be a ...
From BioPortfolio: Most of the European Union (EU) and European Economic Area (EEA) is considered a region of very low hepatitis A virus (HAV) endemicity; however, geographical di...
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Decision No 2455/2001/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 November 2001 establishing the list of priority substances in the field of water policy and amending Directive 2000/60/EC Directive 2008/32/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 March 2008 amending Directive 2000/60/EC establishing a framework for Community action in the field of water policy, as regards the implementing powers conferred on the Commission Directive 2008/105/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 2008 on environmental quality standards in the field of water policy, amending and subsequently repealing Council Directives 82/176/EEC, 83/513/EEC, 84/156/EEC, 84/491/EEC, 86/280/EEC and amending Directive 2000/60/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council Directive 2009/31/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 April 2009 on the geological storage of carbon dioxide and amending Council Directive 85/337/EEC, European Parliament and Council ...
Downloadable! Agri-environmental schemes (AES) of the European Union are the most important measure in terms of share on the public budget for Rural Development. Although the farmers uptake of AES is expected to strongly impact even farmers behavior, in the literature the attempts to investigate this impact are scarce. Our study applies a difference-in-differences propensity score matching estimator in order to perform a comparative analyses of the effects of AE measures on farmers practises and economic performances across five EU Member States. Results show differences in the AES effects across country as well as differences across farmers of the same country according to what extent the farm income is dependent on the AE payment. Our analyses suggests that the AE payment in Spain is not enough to compensate the large drop of the per hectare income after participation and the AE uptake does not seem to promote effectively environmental-friendly farm practises. In France and Italy the sustainable
Statement by ATTAC (Ireland) supporting European Parliament vote scheduled for Nov. 23rd to request legal clarity from European Court of Justice on controversial investor protection mechanism in the CETA. Law professors, legal experts and the European and German associations of judges believe that the controversial investment court system (ICS) in the CETA free investment and trade deal, is not legal under EU law. On Wednesday 23rd November 2016, MEPs will be asked to vote at the European Parliament, Yes or No to a resolution seeking an opinion from the European Court of Justice as to whether ICS is compatible with EU law.. The Fine Gael parliamentary party here in Ireland, and the four Fine Gael MEPs, must make public statements on this matter, and at the very least commit to not obstructing this request for a legal opinion. The resolution[1] has been drafted by 89 MEPs from five political groupings from across the political spectrum and is supported by both pro-CETA and anti-CETA MEPs who are ...
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Amnesty International published a report on 13 June 2012, urging the European Union (EU) and its member states, especially Italy, to protect the rights of migrants, refugees and asylum seekers according to international standards.. According to Amnesty, human rights are violated as a result of migration control policies and practices, such as outsourcing border security. An online petition was opened in order to urge members of the European Parliament to hold institutions of the EU and national governments accountable for the way migrants are treated.. Tags: Amnesty International, Asylum seekers, Border control, European Parliament, European Union, Migrants, Refugees. Source: Newsday , Amnesty International: Europe endangers migrants ...
Justice commissioner Vera Jourová has written to 17 EU countries over their failure to fully implement the EUs 4th Anti-Money Laundering Directive (MLD4), the Financial Times has reported. EU countries were required to transpose MLD4, which came into force in June 2015, into national law by 26 June this year.. The UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Slovenia, Sweden, Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic and Croatia have implemented the Directive on time, the Financial Times said.. According to the newspapers report, 14 of the 17 countries Jourová has written to have not yet introduced any new legislation to implement the reforms, while three countries have only partly transposed the Directive into national law.. Jourová said she expects the 17 non-conforming countries to take swift action to implement the Directive, the report said. EU countries that fail to implement EU law can face financial penalties.. Financial regulation expert Michael Ruck of Pinsent Masons, the law firm behind ...
Komorowski: Many EU member states want to end sanctions against Russia. View news feed in world news for 28 April from UNIAN Information Agency
Downloadable! The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the competitive performance of different European countries at sector level in the intra-EU market from 1995 to 2011, comparing food industry and agricultural sector. In particular, we aim to assess the effect of the EU enlargement (first period) and the economic crisis (second period) on the competitiveness of EU countries. The data come from the Eurostat database of international trade. The competitive performance of EU countries is measured through several trade indices, such as Export and Import Market Share, Revealed Comparative Advantage, Net Export Index, and Vollrath indices, analysing their values over the last fifteen years. Our analysis showed that, in the EU countries, agriculture and food industry do not reveal strong differences in competitive performance during the last fifteen years. Among big countries, France and Spain showed a continuous worsening competitive performance. A similar trend is found for Belgium. On the contrary, the
The foundation of the European Union, a unique economic and political partnership covering most of Europe with 27 member states, was laid in 1951 when six countries (Belgium, Federal Germany, France, the Netherlands, Italy, and Luxembourg) founded the European Coal and Steel Community.. The European Union has gone through six enlargement periods from the past to the present. Various states joined the European Union during these six enlargement periods. The enlargement of the Union first started with Denmark, the United Kingdom and Ireland gaining member state status in 1973, and finally, Croatia became a member of the European Union in 2013. However, it should not be forgotten that, as there are many countries still striving to become a member of the European Union, there are also states (Iceland) that have withdrawn their application to the Union, and even the existence of states that leave the European Union voluntarily (United Kingdom).. Being a member of the European Union involves a ...
On 22 January, Renew Europe Group received Juan Guaidó, legitimate interim president of Venezuela, to the European Parliament in Brussels.. During his visit, Guaidó was welcomed by Renew Europe President Dacian Cioloș (RO, Plus), Vice-President of the European Parliament Dita Charanzová (ANO, CZ) and Renew Europe Vice-President Luis Garicano (ES, Cs).. Renew Europe Group, a firm supporter of Guaidó, will invite him to address all the Members in an upcoming Plenary session and will push for his right to allow him to address in any of the Parliaments in the EU Member States.. After his visit, Renew Europe Group President Dacian Cioloș, said:. Given the dangerous political and social situation in Venezuela, it is vital that we give Mr Guaidó the possibility to address the whole European Parliament on this matter. I will personally ask the Conference of Presidents of the European Parliament to invite him to the next plenary session in Strasbourg, in his capacity of interim President of ...
EU member states are coming under pressure from the European Parliament to step up their joint efforts to fight terrorism. By an overwhelming majority, MEPs adopted a lengthy list of detailed policy proposals drafted by Luxembourg Christian Democrat MEP Viviane Reding. She insisted that terrorism be clearly defined as a punishable criminal activity which could not be justified by any
New Brunswick, N.J., October 8, 2020 - Johnson &Johnson (NYSE: JNJ) (the Company) today announced the European Commission (EC), acting on behalf of the European Union (EU) Member States, has approved an Advance Purchase Agreement in which the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies will supply 200 million doses of its COVID-19 vaccine candidate to EU Member States following approval or authoriz...
1) Position of the European Parliament of 16 April 2019 (not yet published in the Official Journal) and decision of the Council of 7 October 2019.. (2) Regulation (EC) No 223/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 March 2009 on European statistics and repealing Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1101/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the transmission of data subject to statistical confidentiality to the Statistical Office of the European Communities, Council Regulation (EC) No 322/97 on Community Statistics, and Council Decision 89/382/EEC, Euratom establishing a Committee on the Statistical Programmes of the European Communities (OJ L 87, 31.3.2009, p. 164).. (3) Regulation (EU) No 1260/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 November 2013 on European demographic statistics (OJ L 330, 10.12.2013, p. 39).. (4) Regulation (EC) No 763/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 9 July 2008 on population and housing censuses (OJ L 218, ...
Corrigendum to Directive 2009/48/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 June 2009 on the safety of toys Commission Directive 2012/7/EU of 2 March 2012 amending, for the purpose of adaptation to technical progress, part III of Annex II to Directive 2009/48/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council relating to toy safety Commission Regulation (EU) No 681/2013 of 17 July 2013 amending part III of Annex II to Directive 2009/48/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on the safety of toys Commission Directive 2014/79/EU of 20 June 2014 amending Appendix C of Annex II to Directive 2009/48/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on the safety of toys, as regards TCEP, TCPP and TDCP Commission Directive 2014/81/EU of 23 June 2014 amending Appendix C of Annex II to Directive 2009/48/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on the safety of toys, as regards bisphenol A Commission Directive 2014/84/EU of 30 June 2014 amending Appendix A of Annex II to ...
Roberto Gualtieri has been a member of the European Parliament since 2009, where he is the Chair of the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs and a substitute member of the Committee on Constitutional Affairs (AFCO) and of the Committee on Foreign Affairs (AFET).. Within the European Parliament he held, among others, the following tasks. In 2010, he was the S&D Group negotiator within the European Parliament negotiating team on the creation of the European External Action Service. In 2011, he was co-rapporteur (with Elmar Brok) for the European Council decision amending Article 136 of the TFEU with regard to a stability mechanism for Member States whose currency is the euro. In 2011, he was member of the European Parliament negotiating team for the establishment of the Fiscal Compact.. In 2012, he was appointed S&D Group coordinator for the Committee on Constitutional Affairs (AFCO). In 2012, he was S&D negotiator for the European Parliament in the working group set up by Herman Van ...
European Union countries have this week backed a proposal by the European Commission to deny authorisation of formaldehyde as a feed additive, bringing to the end a 2 year saga.
RELATED ACTS. Regulation (EC) No 552/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 10 March 2004 on the interoperability of the European Air Traffic Management network [Official Journal L 96 of 31.3.2004]. Regulation (EC) No 551/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 10 March 2004 on the organisation and use of the airspace in the single European sky [Official Journal L 96 of 31.3.2004]. Regulation (EC) No 550/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 10 March 2004 on the provision of air navigation services in the single European sky [Official Journal L 96 of 31.3.2004]. Regulation (EC) No 549/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 10 March 2004 laying down the framework for the creation of the Single European Sky (Framework Regulation) [Official Journal L 96 of 31.3.2004]. Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament, the Council, the European and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions Accelerating the implementation ...
Commission Regulation (EC) No 2074/2005 of 5 December 2005 laying down implementing measures for certain products under Regulation (EC) No 853/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council and for the organisation of official controls under Regulation (EC) No 854/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council and Regulation (EC) No 882/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council, derogating from Regulation (EC) No 852/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council and amending Regulations (EC) No 853/2004 and (EC) No 854/2004 (OJ L338, 22.12.2005, page 27) ...
The 2020 European Union Film Festival (EUFF) is moving online and going nation-wide!. From November 13 to 29, all of Canada will be able to enjoy the best of European cinema.. Extraordinary circumstances, such as those we are living in today, call for new and creative ways to experience life and the arts - and cinema is no exception.. The EUFF arrives this year as a virtual online event featuring an exclusive collection of recent films from 27 European Union Member States, but also filmmaker interviews and other special content for fans of contemporary European cinema.. This years festival is a special collaboration between the Canadian Film Institute, the European Union Film Festival in Toronto, and The Cinematheque in Vancouver, who have joined forces with the Delegation of the European Union, the Embassies and Consulates of EU Member States.. In this online edition of the EUFF each film will be live online for a 48-hour period.. All films are presented in their original languages with ...
Although Member States have the primary responsibility for designing their pension systems, major demographic changes along with strong economic shocks make the case for updating the European Unions role as regards pensions. The European Commissions 2012 White Paper on pensions has been fundamental to this process. Describing how the European Union (EU) could best help Member States to provide…
Individuals with latent tuberculosis infection (LTBI) are the reservoir of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in a population and as long as this reservoir exists, elimination of tuberculosis (TB) will not be feasible. In 2013, the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) started an assessment of benefits and risks of introducing programmatic LTBI control, with the aim of providing guidance on how to incorporate LTBI control into national TB strategies in European Union/European Economic Area (EU/EEA) Member States and candidate countries. In a first step, experts from the Member States, candidate countries, and international and national organisations were consulted on the components of programmatic LTBI control that should be considered and evaluated in literature reviews, mathematical models and cost-effectiveness studies. This was done through a questionnaire and two interactive discussion rounds. The main components identified were identification and targeting of risk groups, determinants
Tuberculosis (TB) is decreasing in the European Union/European Economic Area (EU/EEA), but remains a significant public health problem. Although pulmonary TB accounts for the majority of the cases and is the main transmissible form of the disease, extrapulmonary TB also contributes to the burden of disease and does not receive specific attention in international control strategies. We performed a descriptive analysis to assess the burden and trends of extrapulmonary TB in EU/EEA countries. During 2002-11, 167,652 cases of extrapulmonary TB were reported by the 30 Member States. Extrapulmonary TB accounted for 19.3% of all notified cases, ranging from 5.8% to 44.4% among the Member States. Overall, TB notification rates decreased in 2002-11 due to a decrease in pulmonary TB. Notification rates of extrapulmonary TB remained stable at 3.4 per 100,000 in 2002 and 3.2 per 100,000 in 2011. Thus the proportion of extrapulmonary TB increased from 16.4% in 2002 to 22.4% in 2011. Of all extrapulmonary TB cases
EUROPEAN COMMISSION Brussels, COM(2011) 689 final COMMUNICATION FROM THE COMMISSION TO THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL Towards a stronger European response to drugs 1. A STRONGER EUROPEAN
The good news about tuberculosis (TB) is that in the 29 reporting European Union/European Economic Area countries the number of incident TB cases is falling, with an average annual decline of 6% since 2011 [1]. The bad news is that, however you look at it, multidrug-resistant TB (MDR-TB) and extensively drug-resistant TB (XDR-TB) remain a major clinical and public health problem worldwide, particularly in former Soviet Union countries and Central Asia [2-4]. Less than a quarter of the total estimated MDR-TB cases were actually diagnosed in 2012 [2], with dramatic consequences from an individual and a community perspective (i.e. increased morbidity, mortality and drug-resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis transmission). It was estimated that 450 000 incident patients developed MDR-TB and 170 000 died from MDR-TB. More than half of such cases die, fail or stop taking treatment and only one in three cases in reporting countries completes the long treatment course (,20 months). The treatment success ...
EU Directive 2010/63/EU is the European Union (EU) legislation on the protection of animals used for scientific purposes and is one of the most stringent ethical and welfare standards worldwide. The Directive repealed EU Directive 86/609/EEC. It became formally applied across the EU on January 1, 2013. It protects live non-human vertebrates including independently feeding larval forms and foetal forms of mammals from the last third of their normal development, and live cephalopods. The Directive is based on the Council of Europe Convention for the Protection of Vertebrate Animals used for Experimental and other Scientific Purposes (ETS123) established in 1986. This Convention applies to a wider Europe, beyond just the EU. The Directive repealed EU Directive 86/609/EEC. It took nearly two years to revise, beginning in November 2008. It was finalised and signed on September 22, 2010, coming into force on November 9, 2010. Member States were then allowed one year to transpose it into their own ...
WHO/Europe and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) coordinate the collection and analysis of influenza surveillance data that are provided by Member States through designated laboratories (national influenza centres - NICs) and a national influenza focal point for epidemiological surveillance in each country.. The surveillance data are presented in Flu News Europe, the joint ECDC-WHO/Europe influenza surveillance bulletin, which describes and comments on influenza activity in the 53 Member States of the European Region, providing weekly updates for public health specialists, clinicians and the public on the timing of the influenza season, the spread of influenza, the prevalence and characteristics of circulating viruses (type, subtype and lineage, resistance to antiviral drugs) and their severity. In addition, these data are shared with WHO headquarters, contributing to the biweekly global influenza update.. Surveillance data from European Union/European Economic Area ...
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Press release of the European Committee of the Regions. The European Committee of the Regions (CoR) and the European Parliament Intergroup on Rural, Mountainous and Remote Areas (RUMRA)&smart villages at the European Parliament with the supports of the International Association Rurality-Environment-Development (R.E.D) and Euromontana have organised a conference in Brussels on 27 November to talk about the specific needs of rural areas post-2020.. After the presentation of the concept of the Long Term vision for rural areas by Dubravka Šuica, Vice-President for Democracy and Demography at the European Commission, Franc Bogovič, Member of the European Parliament and co-chair of the RUMRA&smart villages intergroup at the European Parliament, mentioned that Commission Vice-President , Šuica, and I are equally convinced that the challenge to reinvigorate and develop rural Europe is a horizontal challenge that needs to be tackled with a coordinated smart strategy from many angles simultaneously. ...
Directives. Directive 2009/53/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 June 2009 amending Directive 2001/82/EC and Directive 2001/83/EC, as regards variations to the terms of marketing authorisations for medicinal products. Directive 2009/9/EC of 10 February 2009 amending Directive 2001/82/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on the Community code relating to medicinal products for veterinary use.. Directive 2006/130/EC implementing Directive 2001/82/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards the establishment of criteria for exempting certain veterinary medicinal products for food-producing animals from the requirement of a veterinary prescription.. Directive 2001/82/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 6 November 2001 on the Community code relating to veterinary medicinal products.. Directive 2004/28/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council amending Directive 2001/82/EC on the Community code relating to veterinary medicinal ...
In the context of the European Economic Area (EEA), Article 13(1) of Regulation ... 469/2009 [on SPCs] must be interpreted as meaning that an administrative authorisation issued for a medicinal product by the Swiss Institute for Medicinal Products (SwissMedic), which is automatically recognised in Liechtenstein, must be regarded as the first authorisation to place that medicinal product on the market within the meaning of that provision in the European Economic Area where that authorisation predates marketing authorisations issued for the same medicinal product, either by the European Medicines Agency (EMA), or by the competent authorities of European Union Member States in accordance with the requirements laid down in Directive 2001/83/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 6 November 2001 on the Community code relating to medicinal products for human use, and with the requirements of the Republic of Iceland and the Kingdom of Norway. The fact that, on the basis of similar clinical ...
In an interview with Top Channel on September 1, former EU Ambassador Romana Vlahutin confirmed that she will continue to work with the European Commission, claiming that she will work with the General Secretary, presumably of the European External Action Service (EEAS), the diplomatic arm of the European Commission.. Sources of Exit in Brussels confirmed that Vlahutin will return in Brussels to a specially created position, advising the EEAS on issues pertaining to China and Iran, issues for which Vlahutin has no previous experience. It is, moreover, curious that the European Commission would want to retain a diplomat about whom a Parliamentary Commission in Croatia concluded that she had violated the law on asset declaration.. Exit reached out to European Commission spokesperson Maja Kocijančič, who refused to deny or confirm the news of Vlahutins return to Brussels, declaring: Ambassador Vlahutin has completed her four year mandate as the Head of Delegation in Albania and is part of the ...
European Commission - Press Release details page - European Commission Press release Brussels, 24 June 2014 The European Commission is allocating an additional €500 000 to enhance interventions aimed at curbing the worsening Ebola epidemic in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. This brings the total of Commission aid to €1.9 million.
As Latvia is a relatively small economy the external cooperation between Baltic countries and European Union has been crucial for the recovery after economic and social consequences caused by the Covid-19 crisis. Because of that it is seen that within the upcoming months Latvias cooperation with both members of Baltic countries and European Union will continue to increase and Latvia will integrate even further within the European Union.. Latvia could become more integrated in European Union Evaluating the European Commission proposals to the European Union Council for the European Reconstruction Fund and the Multiannual Budget it can be seen that the overall amount that Latvia could receive as a support aid, the main criterion for the distribution of money being the severity of the economic shock, according to the Fiscal Discipline Council it is seen that Latvia could receive 2.9 billion Euros in grants and 1.6 billion in loans. These proposals for financial instruments have yet to be agreed by ...
One year ago, on 30 April 2015, the European Parliament adopted the first resolution on Algeria for over a decade. EuroMed Rights, the FIDH and the World Organisation Against Torture (OMCT), in the framework of the Observatory for the Protection of Human Rights Defenders, and SOLIDAR, welcomed the resolution calling especially Algerian authorities to ensure the safety and security of civil society activists and human rights defenders and their freedom to pursue their legitimate and peaceful activities.. Since then, we regularly call upon European and Algerian authorities to ensure the implementation of the resolutions recommendations. A year later, faced with a deteriorating situation, we would like to get from the European authorities, information about the concrete measures that have been taken by the European Union to implement the recommendations. Here are the letters we have just sent to Ms. Federica Mogherini, High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, and ...
A Written Declaration on Alzheimers disease was launched on 5 October 2015. The Written Declaration was launched by MEPs Dominique Bilde (France), Patricija Šulin (Slovenia), Ivo Vajgl (Slovenia), Luke Ming Flanagan (Ireland), Valentinas Mazuronis (Lithuania), Emilian Pavel (Romania), Ruža Tomašić (Croatia), Jarosław Kalinowski (Poland), Brian Hayes (Ireland), Romana Tomc (Slovenia), Sophie Montel (Fance), Enrique Calvet Chambon (Spain), Rolandas Paksas (Lithuania), Cristian-Silviu Buşoi (Romania), Aldo Patriciello (Italy), Philippe De Backer (Belgium), Ivan Štefanec (Slovenia), Filiz Hyusmenova (Bulgaria), Neoklis Sylikiotis (Cyprus), Mara Bizzotto (Italy) and gathered the support of 123 Members of the European Parliament.. Written declaration, under Rule 136 of Parliaments Rules of Procedure, on Alzheimers disease. 1. Alzheimers disease is an incurable neurodegenerative disease of the brain tissue that causes progressive and irreversible loss of mental functions, including ...
At its Annual General Meeting in Malta on 10 October 2013, Alzheimer Europe and its member organisations adopted the European Dementia Pledge which they ask candidates at the forthcoming European elections in May 2014 to sign.. The Pledge was a simple commitment by the candidates to support the organisations campaign to make dementia a European priority and states: On my election to the European Parliament, I will. ...
Rules of origin issues have been discussed at a recent European Parliament Hearing on Traceability of fish products in the EU market. A representative of Eurothon, the European tuna-industry body, called for the partnership agreement which allows Papua New Guinea (PNG) to export globally sourced tuna products duty-free into the European market to be suspended, arguing that PNG might become a centre from which illegally caught tuna would be exported to the EU. A representative of DG Trade di...
The European Peoples Party adopted the measure as an official policy at its annual congress in Malta earlier this week, claiming the ban should be introduced both for reasons of security and because seeing one anothers faces is an integral part of human interaction in Europe.. The EPP, a centre-right liberal conservative group which Jean-Claude Juncker represents, holds 216 seats in the 751 member European Parliament.. The group is affiliated with major governing parties including Angela Merkels EDU, the French Republicans and Spains Peoples Party.. The groups leader Manfred Weber told German media We want a total ban of face covering in the EU.. Mr Weber is a member of Angela Merkels CDU/CSU alliance in Germany.. Britains Conservative party was once a member of the EPP, but left to form the Alliance of European Conservatives and Reformists in 2009, claiming the EPP was no longer eurosceptic enough.. The EPPs resolution, while not binding, does give a strong indication of the ...
Strasbourg, France: After a committee vote in December that was praised by WWF as a milestone vote for sustainable fisheries, today all members of the European Parliament voted 502 to 137 in favour again of the draft report by Ulrike Rodust (S&D, DE) on the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) Basic Regulation, the cornerstone of the CFP reform package.
Dairy farmers poured 15,000 liters of milk on the European Parliament building in Brussels, Belgium, in a protest against plummeting food prices. Police resorted to tear gas and water cannons to disperse the milk-spraying crowd.
If the United Kingdom exits the European Union without an agreement in place that addresses the status of UK legal professionals, UK solicitors and barristers will essentially be treated as third-country lawyers within the European Union. The practice rights of both solicitors and barristers will be affected, but as in-house counsel have greater dealings with solicitors, this resource will focus on them. Currently, UK solicitors and their firms can establish themselves permanently in other EU member states on the basis of their UK license. They can also provide services on a temporary basis in another member state. While serving clients in another member state, they can advise on UK law, EU law and international law, and subject to certain restrictions, the law of the member state. Without an agreement in place that addresses the continued practice rights of UK solicitors, the ability of UK solicitors to provide legal services in other EU member states will be subject to that particular member ...
Abolition of duty free goods within the EU: On 30 June 1999, the sale of duty-free alcohol and tobacco at airports and at sea was abolished in all of the original 15 EU member states. Of the 10 new member states that joined the EU on 1 May 2004, these rules already apply to Cyprus and Malta. There are transitional rules in place for visitors returning to one of the original 15 EU countries from one of the other new EU countries. But for the original 15, plus Cyprus and Malta, there are now no limits imposed on importing tobacco and alcohol products from one EU country to another (with the exceptions of Denmark, Finland and Sweden, where limits are imposed). Travellers should note that they may be required to prove at customs that the goods purchased are for personal use only. ...
1975-1976 Public prosecutor at the Cascais district court. 1978-1986 Lawyer at the Secretariat of the European Commission of Human Rights. 1986-1987 Legal officer at the Court of Justice of the European Communities. 1988-1999 Head of department at the Secretariat of the Committee on Legal Affairs and Citizens Rights of the European Parliament. 2002-2003 Member of the Secretariat of the European Convention. 1999-2010 Head of division at the Legal Service of the European Parliament. 2010-2016 Director for Institutional and Parliamentary Affairs at the Legal Service of the European Parliament. Since 19.09.2016 Judge at the General Court of the European Union in Luxembourg ...
ORBIS is powered by ESPAS, the European Strategy and Policy Analysis System, a unique inter-institutional project aimed at strengthening the EUs efforts in the crucial area of forward planning. ESPAS brings together the European Commission, the European Parliament, the Secretariat General of the Council of the European Union and the European External Action Service to strengthen the Unions collective administrative capacity to identify and analyse the key trends and challenges, and the resulting policy choices, which are likely to confront Europe and the wider world in the decades ahead.. Contact: [email protected] © European Union, 2016 , Last update: 16/10/2015 , Legal notice. Certain Images © shutterstock. For any use or reproduction of photos which are not under European Union copyright, permission must be sought directly from the copyright holder(s). Neither the European Parliament nor any person acting on behalf of the Parliament is responsible for the use which might be made of the ...
So far we have learned that the Scottish Parliament cannot pass laws that apply outside of Scotland. We also know that the Scottish Parliament cannot pass laws in relation to reserved matters, such as the constitution, defence or foreign affairs. Only the United Kingdom Parliament in London can pass laws in these areas.. Lets now take a look at what is meant by human rights and EU law. First of all it might be helpful to remember that Scotland is a devolved part of the UK and that the UK is also a member state of both the European Union and the Council of Europe. You may already be familiar with the European Union. The European Union was created after the Second World War when six states in Western Europe (initially Germany, France, Italy, Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg) came together to cooperate over several areas including building a common market, establishing agreements relating to trade and travel for example. The European Union has since grown and now comprises 28 member states ...
Before accession to the European Union, Croatia was categorised as an Annex II country, which meant that Croatian citizens could stay in the Schengen Area without a visa for up to 90 days in a 180-day period. Croatian citizens were also able to stay without a visa in Bulgaria, Cyprus, Ireland and Romania for up to 90 days in each country, as well as in the United Kingdom for up to 6 months. The general rule was that non-EU citizens had to use a passport to enter EU member states. However, there was an exception to the Schengen Agreement rules for Croatian citizens. Based on the pre-Schengen bilateral agreements between Croatia and neighbouring EU countries (Italy, Hungary and Slovenia), Croatian citizens were allowed to cross the border with only a Croatian national identity card (a passport was not obligatory).[62] Many people living near the border crossed it several times a day (some work across the border, or own land on the other side of the border), especially on the border with Slovenia, ...
SARAJEVO - Chairman of the BiH Council of Ministers Denis Zvizdić received today in Sarajevo the Commissioner for European Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations Johannes Hahn who handed him the Questionnaire of the European Commission to prepare the opinion on the application for membership of BiH in the European Union.. The questionnaire for BiH consists of 33 chapters and 3.242 questions.. After the meeting with the Commissioner for Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement of the Johannes Hahn, Zvizdić pointed out that the Questionnaire is a key precondition for obtaining candidate status.. According to him, there are no additional requirements that the European Commission set before BiH.. That is, it is a key precondition for obtaining candidate status. There is an important fact, for the candidacy status of BiH is only important to properly and professionally in the time provided, for about six months, answer questions from the Questionnaire. There are no additional conditions ...
EU-wide, there is a lack of data on manifestations of discrimination, racism, and related intolerances. Where data has been collected, the divergent end-purposes and methodologies mean that it is not possible to have an overview of the situation at the EU level, and comparisons between EU Member States are difficult. The survey responds to calls for better data on the situation of immigrants and ethnic minorities.. The survey results aim to provide useful comparable data on the actual impact on the ground of EU and national anti-discrimination and equality legislation and policies. This can guide policy makers in developing more targeted legal and policy responses. Survey data on racism and hate crime could provide evidence as to the need to implement EU law and develop effective measures to combat these phenomena. It can also support civil society organisations in their advocacy work. The data gathered with regards to Roma will support the European Commission in its annual reporting, as well as ...
At todays Conference on the Development and Access of Medicines for Rare Diseases, held by the Maltese Presidency of the Council of the EU and the Malta Medicines Authority, participants recognise the need for structured, voluntary cooperation between EU Member States to improve rare disease patients access to better diagnosis, care, therapies and technologies.. On this momentous day, with the rare disease community at large represented, EURORDIS launches a Declaration calling for improved mechanisms of structured cooperation across EU Member States to address the unmet needs of people living with a rare disease.. ...
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Following the suspected case of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) in a goat in France, which was subsequently confirmed*, the European Commission requested that EFSA carry out a quantitative risk assessment on the risks posed to humans from goat meat and goat meat products. In a statement published on 28 January 2005**, the Scientific Panel on Biological Hazards (BIOHAZ) of the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) indicated that important information gaps remained related to the quantification of risks to human health associated with consumption of goat meat should BSE be present in the goat population. In its opinion published today, the BIOHAZ Panel concludes that the likely prevalence of BSE in the wider EU goat population is very low, based on results of ongoing and also recently increased surveillance of the goat population put in place by the European Commission*** and on other data available to date. Owing to a lack of appropriate data required to quantify the risk of BSE in goats, ...
To the Editor:. In May 2016, the World Health Organization (WHO) updated its treatment guidelines for drug-resistant tuberculosis (TB) and included a recommendation for the use of the shorter multidrug-resistant (MDR) TB regimen [1]. The WHO update is based on information provided by observational studies coordinated by the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, Médecins sans Frontières and the Damien Foundation which showed that the shorter treatment regimen resulted in a higher likelihood of treatment success compared to the longer conventional treatment in the study settings [2-5]. The shorter MDR-TB regimen consists of a standardised treatment course lasting 9-12 months and includes kanamycin, moxifloxacin, prothionamide, clofazimine, pyrazinamide, isoniazid and ethambutol. It is recommended for patients with rifampicin-resistant (RR) or MDR-TB (cases with TB bacilli resistant to at least isoniazid and rifampicin) who have not been treated previously with second-line ...
More than 97% of European food products contain pesticide residues, according to analyses carried out by the EUs national authorities. EURACTIVs partner Journal de lEnvironnement reports.. The European Food Safety Authoritys (EFSA) annual compilation of results from studies across the EU on the presence of pesticides in food products held no surprises. Of the 84,341 samples of produce from conventional agriculture analysed, 97.2% contained traces of one or more of 774 pesticides.. Read the full article on Euractivs website here.. ...
This resource provides information on data sources and methods used for the Status report on alcohol consumption, harm and policy responses in 30 European countries 2019.. Per capita alcohol consumption in the WHO European Region, including the European Union (EU), is the highest in the world, which results in proportionally higher levels of burden of disease attributable to alcohol use compared to other regions.. While there have been welcome improvements in terms of overall mortality and alcohol-attributable mortality in EU+ countries (EU Member States, Norway and Switzerland), there was no statistically significant decline in total alcohol per capita consumption between 2010 and 2016 and the observed decreases in heavy episodic drinking seem to have come to a halt. Assessment of alcohol policies in the 10 areas defined in the European action plan to reduce the harmful use of alcohol 2012−2020 revealed huge variability across the countries, including the implementation of the three WHO best ...
Pharmacia & Upjohn Has Exclusive Rights in Europe. Foster City, CA -- May 1, 1997. Gilead Sciences, Inc. (NASDAQ:GILD) announced today that it has received marketing authorization for VISTIDE (cidofovir injection) from the European Commission (EC). This authorization allows the product to be marketed in all 15 countries of the European Union as an intravenous treatment for cytomegalovirus (CMV) retinitis in patients with AIDS. CMV retinitis is a rapidly progressing viral infection that may affect a patients vision over time and may ultimately lead to blindness in patients with late-stage AIDS. The ECs action follows a December 1996 recommendation for approval from the Committee for Proprietary Medicinal Products (CPMP). Pharmacia & Upjohn (P&U) has exclusive marketing rights for VISTIDE outside the United States. In Europe, an amendment will be filed to transfer the marketing authorization from Gilead to P&U. P&U will then begin making the product available throughout the European Union on a ...
Supports the recommendations of the EC-Cyprus Joint Parliamentary Committee adopted in Nicosia on 16 July 1992 and, in particular, expresses the wish that the opinion of the Commission on the application of Cyprus for full membership to the EC, and the decision of the Council that will follow, should contribute to the furtherance of the admission of Cyprus to the Community, which will have positive effects on the efforts to resolve the Cyprus problem ...
In December 2012 the European Parliament approved legislation for a new unified patent court system and on Feb. 19 24 EU member states signed an agreement to participate in the new structure.
The Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP) of the European Medicines Agency (EMA) has adopted a positive opinion for Signifor® (SOM230, pasireotide) for the treatment of Cushings disease.. We are pleased with the decision by the CHMP in support of pasireotide in the European Union, said Hervé Hoppenot, President, Novartis Oncology.. We are now one step closer to being able to offer patients in Europe the first approved medical treatment for Cushings disease.. In the EU, the European Commission generally follows the recommendations of the CHMP and delivers its final decision within three months of the CHMP recommendation.. The decision will be applicable to all 27 EU member states plus Iceland and Norway.. Pasireotide has orphan drug designation for Cushings disease, a condition which affects no more than five in 10,000 people in the EU, the threshold for orphan designation.. The CHMP positive opinion is based on data from the Phase III PASPORT-CUSHINGS (PASireotide ...
The European Union (EU) is a unique form of international organization created by treaty but exhibiting characteristics of an embryonic federation. It is based on amendments to the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) Treaty of 1951 (Treaty of Paris), the European Economic Community (EEC) Treaty of 1957 ( first Treaty of Rome), and the European Atomic Energy Community (EURATOM) Treaty of 1957. The name EU derives from the Treaty on European Union (TEU) of 1992, better known as the Maastricht Treaty. For this purpose, the EU may be considered synonymous with the former terms EEC and EC (European Community). Since 1995, the EU includes fifteen members: France, Germany, Italy, Belgium, The Netherlands, Luxembourg, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Greece, Spain, Portugal, Denmark, Austria, Sweden, and Finland.. Among the most important purposes of the original EEC Treaty were the creation of a Common Market and an increase in economic integration among the Member States. Economic integration was ...
Commissioner for European Neighborhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations, Johannes Hahn, said: I welcome the adoption of the Partnership Priorities between the European Union and Armenia, which is a direct result of differentiation in our bilateral relations based on mutual interests. This will pave the way for our cooperation with the aim to bring tangible benefits to the daily lives of Armenian citizens.. The meeting also gave the High Representative and the Minister the opportunity to discuss relations between the European Union and Armenia more broadly, including plans for the implementation of the EU-Armenia Comprehensive and Enhanced Partnership Agreement, which was signed in the margins of the Eastern Partnership Summit in Brussels on 24 November, as well as follow-up on the progress on the 20 deliverables for 2020. The agreement provides for the wide-ranging approximation of Armenian legislation to that of the European Union. Once implemented, the agreement will bring concrete ...
The 5th International Conference on Patient Safety was held in Madrid (Spain) on June 3-4, 2010. The main objective was to share international and national experiences in preventing healthcare-associated infection (HAI) and antimicrobial resistance (AMR).. The speakers included a major representation of international organizations and representatives from European Union countries. On the part of the WHO, the Regional Director for Europe, Zusuzanna Jakab, gave the keynote address, setting out an overview of Europes current HAI and AMR-related status, the efforts which have been made to create monitoring networks and their interest in Europe taking leadership upon itself in this area. As proof of the importance the WHO places on this matter, she announced that the upcoming 2011 World Health Day will be devoted to antimicrobial resistance. A major part of the conference was focused on antimicrobial resistance.. At the first round-table, the speakers set out different monitoring, surveillance and ...
In the recently published report, QY Research has provided a unique insight into the global (United States, European Union and China) Methyl Methacrylate Adhesives market for the forecasted period of 7-years (2019-2025). The report has covered the significant aspects that are contributing the growth of the global (United States, European Union and China) Methyl Methacrylate Adhesives market. The primary objective of this report is to highlight the various key market dynamics such as drivers, trends, and restraints that are impacting the global (United States, European Union and China) Methyl Methacrylate Adhesives market. This report has provided an indication to the readers about markets current status.. Request Sample Report and Full Report TOC: https://www.qyresearch.com/sample-form/form/1357081/global-united-states-european-union-and-china-Methyl Methacrylate Adhesives-market. In global market, the following companies are covered:. Henkel. 3M. Arkema. H.B. Fuller. Soken. Nitto Denko. Avery ...
The protection of individuals in relation to the processing of their personal data is a European fundamental right laid down in the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union and the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union. Businesses that want to process personal data of EU residents must therefore respect strict rules and conditions.. These rules and conditions are now predominantly laid down in the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The GDPR replaces the EUs 20-years-old Data Protection Directive (95/46/EC) and the 28 national laws of the EU Member States that implemented this Directive.. The aim of the GDPR is to provide a uniform law that strengthens the rights of individuals with regard to the processing of their personal data, while at the same time facilitating the free flow of data in the digital single market and reducing the administrative burden for businesses.. ...
Ski resorts with the best ski resort size in the European Union, 327 test reports, map: best ski resort size in the European Union (Top 10)
Average household electricity prices in Bulgaria in the second half of 2017 were the lowest in the European Union, at less than 10 euro per 100 KWh, EU statistics agency Eurostat said on May 30.. In the same six months, Bulgaria had one of the highest increases in gas prices in the EU, but these prices still remained among the lowest in the bloc, according to Eurostat.. Household electricity prices in the EU) slightly decreased (-0.2 per cent) on average, between the second half of 2016 and the second half of 2017, to stand at 20.5 euro per 100 kWh.. Across the EU member states, household electricity prices in the second half of 2017 ranged from below 10 euro per 100 kWh in Bulgaria to more than 30 euro per 100 kWh in Denmark and Germany.. Household gas prices fell by 0.5 per cent on average in the EU between the second halves of 2016 and 2017 to stand at 6.3 euro per 100 kWh.. Among EU countries, household gas prices in the second half of 2017 ranged from about three euro per 100 kWh in Romania ...
The relationship between social protection, growth and income inequality is an important issue in modern societies. However, there exists no consensus about these relationships because government activity could be carried out inefficiently, due to excessive burdens or even because it can reduce the productivity of the system. In this paper, the correlation between social expenditure, economic growth and income inequality is studied. The analysis is based on data for the European Union countries and panel data techniques are used. The empirical results suggest that social government spending is not clearly related with economic growth in most of the European countries over the period 1994-2012.. ...
The work is funded through FP6-2004-Food-3-A project EPIZONE and the European Commission financial aid for running the European Union Reference Laboratory for Fish Diseases. The database is maintained by the European Union Reference Laboratory for Fish Diseases and suggestions for improvements and questions are welcome on [email protected] ...
WORK migration is not an immediate threat for Slovakia, unlike in countries of western Europe, where some voters and politicians perceive it that way. Thus, if radical and extremist forces get their say in the European Parliament (EP) elections, it will be due to the low voter turnout, for which Slovakia is notorious among EU member states. The Slovak Spectator discussed this and other EP-related issues with Vladimír Bilčík, a senior researcher with the Slovak Foreign Policy Association (SFPA) think tank.
On 30 July 2021, the Official Journal of the European Union published the Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2021/1248 of 29 of July 2021, as regards measures on good distribution practice for veterinary medicinal products in accordance with Regulation (EU) 2019/6 of the European Parliament and of the Council (Implementing Regulation). The Implementing Regulation applies to holders of manufacturing authorizations performing wholesale distribution of veterinary medicinal products covered by that manufacturing authorization, and to holders of a wholesale distribution authorization, including those established or operating under specific customs regimes, such as free zones or customs warehouses.. ...
The European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD) supports European policy on rural development. To this end, it finances rural development programmes across the Member States and the regions of the Union. Programmes are designed in cooperation between the European Commission and the Member States, taking into account the strategic guidelines for rural development policy adopted by the Council and the priorities laid down by national strategy plans.. In the 2014-20 programming period, for the first time, the EAFRD is specifically included in the policy framework of the European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) and subject to the Common Provisions Regulation (1303/2013).. For the 2014-20 programming period, the Fund focuses on three main objectives:. • fostering the competitiveness of agriculture. • ensuring the sustainable management of natural resources, and climate action. • achieving a balanced territorial development of rural economies and communities including the ...
TAFTA faces political, economic, and cultural battles before it will be passed. Both sides will need approval of domestic legislatures. The EU will need the backing of all 27 national assemblies to pass TAFTA. The agreement will need to be ratified by EU member states as well as by the European Parliament (2015 target date for EU-US trade deal). In the United States, analysts recommend that the president pursues trade promotion authority (TPA), which will allow an up or down vote by Congress with no amendments or filibuster. TPA was granted to the President continuously from 1975 and 1994 and from 2002-2007 (Brookings, 2013). TPA would help speed up the Congressional approval of TAFTA and provide political cover to those who need it.. A Financial Times blog (Bintliff, 2013) outlined the major sticking points for both sides. Many of these points relate to restrictions on phytosanitary rules. Europe requires labeling of genetically modified crops, the U.S. does not. Europe bans hormone-treated ...
Information about Body / Skin Creams made in European Union - country of origin, manufacturing locations, manufacturer, brand, category, part number.
The European Commission has granted Merck and Pfizer Inc. (PFE) authorization to market a treatment for patients that suffer from metastatic Merel cell carcinoma. The monotherapy treatment, Bavencio, is offered to treat an aggressive and rare form of skin cancer.. Bavencio is able to be marketed in 28 countries in the Eurozone, including Iceland, Norway, and Liechtenstein. The treatment is expected to launch as early as October in Germany and the United Kingdom. Commercial availability of Bavencio is expected to come in the next few months.. The ECs decision is significant for BAVENCIO and more importantly, for European patients living with this very challenging skin cancer, said Luciano Rossetti, M.D. of Merck.. The treatment was also approved in the United States earlier in the year. The companys goal is to make the drug available worldwide. The company estimates that 2,500 patients in the European Union are diagnosed with Merel cell carcinoma each year.. The survival rate is slim, with ...
At the same time, the Parliament, which currently has an advisory role on EU tax matters, adopted a strong and progressive report calling for the EU to get rid of tax policies that have negative impacts on gender equality.. Tove Maria Ryding, Tax Coordinator at the European Network on Debt and Development (Eurodad), said:. Its very true that the EUs decision making on tax has so far been too ineffective and too unambitious. As the Commission also highlights, this is particularly problematic given that our societies are currently losing billions of Euros to large-scale international tax dodging.. We warmly welcome the recognition that the European Parliament needs to play an active role in EU decision making on tax. It is elected by EU citizens, and thus it can bring more legitimacy to decision making on tax. Weve also repeatedly seen that the Parliament is very attentive to the public call for action, transparency and justice on tax matters. The latest example came today, when the ...
The amendment defines that [m]arriage shall be a life union solely of one woman and one man. Furthermore, point two reads that legal relations in marriage, family, and civil unions are to be regulated by a law adopted by a two-thirds majority of the total number of Members of Parliament.. The amendment found a majority of 72-4, but still needs final confirmation through an additional parliamentary vote and presidential approval.. As a consequence, issues concerning family law will need the same majority as issues of territorial integrity, sovereignty, and the functioning of the State.. An earlier version of the draft Amendment, which explicitly banned same-sex civil unions or registered cohabitation was strongly criticized by the Venice Commission, an advisory body of the Council of Europe in constitutional affairs.. The Commission argued that if the Amendment would regulate other partnerships than marriage, it should ensure equality in terms of rights for same-sex and opposite-sex ...
Key facts of the case:. This request for a preliminary ruling concerns the interpretation of Articles 8, 10 and 157 TFEU, Article 3 TEU, Article 23 and Article 33(2) of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union (hereinafter referred to as the Charter) and Articles 1 and 14(1) of Directive 2006/54/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 5 July 2006 on the implementation of the principle of equal opportunities and equal treatment of men and women in matters of employment and occupation (OJ 2006 L 204, p. 23), read in conjunction with Council Directive 2010/18/EU of 8 March 2010 implementing the revised Framework Agreement on parental leave concluded by BUSINESSEUROPE, UEAPME, CEEP and ETUC and repealing Directive 96/34/EC (OJ 2010 L 68, p. 13). Outcome of the case:. On those grounds, the Court (Sixth Chamber) hereby rules:. Council Directive 2010/18/EU of 8 March 2010 implementing the revised Framework Agreement on parental leave concluded by BUSINESSEUROPE, UEAPME, ...
Under EU legislation, food additives must be authorised before they can be used in foods.. The authorisation procedure starts with submission of a formal request to the European Commission consisting of an application dossier on the substance, containing scientific data on its proposed uses and use levels. The Commission then sends the dossier to EFSA and requests it to evaluate the safety of the substance for its intended uses. The European Commission decides whether to authorise the substance based on EFSAs safety assessment. Authorisation of proposed new uses of existing food additives follows the same procedure.. Once authorised, these substances are included in the EU list of permitted food additives laid down in Regulation EC 1333/2008, which also specifies their conditions of use. Authorised food additives must also comply with approved purity criteria laid down in Regulation EU 231/2012.. In December 2008, existing legislation was consolidated into four simplified regulations covering ...