Five numbers to take away from plenary this week: debates on Turkey and Hungary, protecting children online, the Minamata Convention, and a debate with „Mr Euro“ on the Greek crisis.
The House of European History opens its doors next week, while MEPs are set to discuss the EU’s blacklist of countries at risk of money laundering, regulating private security companies and more during committee meetings.
After a referendum granted Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan sweeping new powers earlier this month, the European Parliament voices growing concern about the country's bid to join the EU.
Children watch more and more videos on the Internet. That is why MEPs want to strengthen the protection of minors online against harmful content.
In his first official visit, EU Parliament President Antonio Tajani met with British Prime Minister Theresa May in London to discuss the Brexit conditions set by an overwhelming majority of MEPs earlier this month.