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Plenary session 17-18 February 2016

Plenary Session - Charlemagne building (European Commission), room S3 - 1040 Brussels, Belgium
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514e Plenary Session, with the following debates :

  • Debate on upholding the achievements made under the Schengen agreement, on Wednesday 17 February at 2.30 p.m., with Martin Schulz, president of the European Parliament (tbc), Jo Leinen, member of the European Parliament, president of the European Movement (tbc), Markus Beyrer, director general of BusinessEurope, Luca Visentini, general secretary of ETUC, Allan Päll, secretary general of the European Youth Forum, and Conny Reuter, co-chair of the Liaison group with European civil society organisations and networks.
  • Debate on the 2016 Annual Growth Survey, on Wednesday 17 February at 5.30 p.m., with Maria João Rodrigues, member of the European Parliament,  S&D group vice-chair responsible for economic and social policies, in conjunction with the adoption of opinion SC/042
  • Presentation of the Dutch presidency of the Council of the EU, on Thursday 18 February at 10 a.m., with Jetta Klijnsma, State Secretary at the Dutch Ministry for Social Affairs and Employment
  • Debate on the rights of humankind, on Thursday 18 February at 11.30 a.m., with Corinne Lepage, former French environment minister.

 

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