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    At its part-session on 12 July 2023, the Parliament adopted its Resolution on the COVID-19 pandemic: lessons learned and recommendations for the future (2022/2076(INI)) which calls for action in four thematic blocks steaming from its mandate, i.e. health, democracy and fundamental rights, social and economic impact, and EU and the world, and includes a series of final recommendations on prevention capacity, preparedness, resilience, and open strategic autonomy.

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  2. Citizens in the EU Member States have elected their representatives to the European Parliament during the European elections of 6 to 9 June. The newly elected Members, representing EU citizens until 2029, will meet in July to elect their President, Vice-Presidents and Quaestors. They will decide on the composition of Parliament's standing and sub committees - thereby launching the new legislative term. The committees will then hold their first meetings to elect their respective Chairs and Vice-Chairs.

    European Elections 2024 website

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    Fact Sheet: Electoral procedures for the European Parliament

    The next EMPL meeting is scheduled to take place on 22 July 2024.


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  3. Citizens in the EU Member States will elect their representatives to the European Parliament during the European elections of 6 to 9 June. The newly elected Members, representing EU citizens until 2029, will meet in July to elect their President, Vice-Presidents and Quaestors. They will decide on the composition of Parliament's standing and sub committees - thereby launching the new legislative term. The committees will then hold their first meetings to elect their respective Chairs and Vice-Chairs.

    Source : © European Union, 2024 - EP
  4. The LIBE Activity Report provides an overview of the main files, activities and initiatives of the LIBE Committee during the 9th legislative term. In addition to presenting brief descriptions of some of the key legislative files that the LIBE Committee concluded between 2019 and 2024, it includes an overview of the numerous additional activities in which the LIBE Members were involved.

    The files handled by the LIBE Committee cover fundamental rights protection and the rules of law, police and criminal justice cooperation as well as migration management, border control and asylum. Furthermore, the LIBE Committee is responsible for scrutinising and overseeing the work of several EU Agencies active in the AFSJ.

    Source : © European Union, 2024 - EP

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