European Parliament Plenary Session
The Plenary Sessions represent the culmination of the legislative work done in committees and in the political groups.
These sessions are where the Parliament formally sits to vote on EU legislation and adopt its position on political issues. The MEPs (the Members of the European Parliament) meet around once a month in Strasbourg for a four-day part session from Monday to Thursday. In addition to these twelve annual Strasbourg sessions, the Parliament may also meet in additional two-day plenary sessions in Brussels up to six times a year.
The European parliament has 754 elected members from 27 Member States of the European Union and conducts its plenary debates in 23 languages. Since April 2012, the European parliament welcomes 12 Croatian observers.
The agenda for the plenary sitting is published online. This agenda is deemed to be definitive only after the adoption by the Conference of Presidents (of political groups) - in principle each Thursday before the Strasbourg part-session.
GUE/NGL Press Conference on the initiative of MEP Patrick LE HYARIC
Palestine's forgotten prisoners
with the participation of SALAH HAMOURI,
Young Franco-Palestinian prisoner, detained for 7 years in Israeli jails
Invitation to a press conference on Paul Rübig MEP's Report to be voted by the European Parliament on the future SME policy of the EU (Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises: competitiveness and business opportunities) on
Plus de trois cent personnalités du monde intellectuel, de la culture et de la création avec plusieurs associations ont décidé d'organiser "Un train pour la liberté en Syrie" .
Greens/EFA Co-Presidents' Strasbourg press briefing @ 14.00 today
wednesday 6th 17:00 LOW N-1/201, EP Strasbourg
Dialogue for a peaceful solution to the Kurdish issue in Turkey
MP Selahattin DEMIRTAS
Session Press Briefing
Tuesday 12/03/13 é 14:30, EP Press Room
- European COuncil
- Eliminating Gender stereotypes in the EU
WEDNESDAY 17/4/13,15:00, EP PRESS ROOM STRASBOURG
MEP Jürgen Klute (GUE/NGL), MEP Alexandra Thein (ADLE), MEP Hélène Flautre (V-ALE)