Since the Law and Justice party (PiS) won both the presidential and parliamentary elections in Poland in autumn 2015, the new government has undertaken a series of reforms that critics say restrict democracy.
Debate on recent developments in Poland and their impact on fundamental rights 05/07/2016
Vote on resolution on the situation in Poland 13/04/2016
Plenary session Debate - Situation in Poland 19/01/2016
The main objectives of the proposal include modernising port services and operations and creating framework conditions to attract investments in ports. In this Regulation, the Commission aims to counteract weak competitive pressure and possible market abuses, in order to increase the efficiency of port services.
MEPs discuss the budgetary implications of the refugee and migration crisis in a public hearing with founder and Chair of the Open Society foundation George Soros, the directors of Frontex, the EU Asylum Support Office and UNHCR Europe, Commission representatives and the Secretary-General of the European Council on Refugees and Exiles. The hearing is organised jointly by the Budgets, Civil Liberties, Foreign Affairs and Development committees
Vote on European Border and Coast Guard