Renew Europe MEPs welcome the intensification of the negotiations on reform of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). Discussions are now ongoing at political group level within the European Parliament in order to reach a first reading position during the October II plenary session. This should pave the way for a rapid and satisfactory implementation of a new CAP.
On 19 and 20 September, EDP member Mouvement Démocrate held its virtual Fall Conference and discussed various topics such as solidarity between generations, unemployment, climate change, democracy and local politics. Europe was also one of the topics debatted with EDP MEPs and national MPs.
On Thursday 17 September, MEPs adopted by a very large majority the resolution promoted by the French MEP Laurence Farreng, on European cultural recovery. This is the first text of this Parliament's mandate on culture.
This Tuesday French MEP Laurence Farreng’s report on Effective measures to 'green' Erasmus+, Creative Europe and the European Solidarity Corps was adopted by the European Parliament - by 566 votes to 52 and 69 abstentions.
French MEP Sylvie Brunet and Renew Europe FEMM MEPs has issued a statement to support the women in Belarus.
Now that the end of the the end of the transition period and the sources of tension are becoming increasingly visible, Marie-Pierre Vedrenne, MoDem MEP and Vice-Chairwoman of the International Trade Committee, looks back at European action to defend our interests in negotiations that are never-ending and decrypts the obstacles between Europeans and the British.
Convinced that hydrogen is an energy of the future, MoDem MEP Christophe Grudler - member of the European Parliament's Committee on Industry, Research and Energy - shares with us the next innovations in this field.
Frédéric Petit, MP for French citizens living abroad, expressed his concerns about respect for human rights and his hopes that this crisis would be the breeding ground for a democratic revolution in Belarus.