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EPRS European Parliamentary Research Service, Size of political groups in the EP by Member State as of 1 April 2018. EPP S D ECR ALDE Greens EFA GUE NGL EFD ENF NI OTHER. EPP S D ECR ALDE Greens GUE EFDD ENF NI Total,DE DE6 DE4 13. DE DE8 DE1 DE1 DE2 96 Germany D,FR FR FR7 FR6 FR4 FR4 17. FR FR3 74 France FR, IT 15IT 31IT IT2 IT IT1 IT3 14IT IT6 IT1 73 Italy IT. UK UK1 UK6 UK1 20,UK UK1 UK3 73 United King,ES ES ES8 ES5 10.
ES ES ES ES 54 Spain ES,PL PL PL PL PL1 PL2 PL2 51 Poland PL. RO RO2 RO3 RO RO RO RO RO 32 Romania RO, NL NL5 NL3 NL2 NL7 NL2 NL3 NL NL4 NL 26 Netherlands. BE BE4 BE4 BE4 BE6 BE2 BE BE BE1 BE 21 Belgium BE,CZ CZ7 CZ4 CZ2 CZ4 CZ CZ3 CZ1 CZ CZ 21 Czech Repu. EL EL5 EL4 EL1 EL EL EL6 EL EL EL5 21 Greece GR,HU HU4 HU HU HU2 HU HU HU HU3 21 Hungary HU. PT PT8 PT8 PT PT1 PT PT4 PT PT PT 21 Portugal PT,SE SE4 SE6 SE SE3 SE4 SE1 SE2 SE SE 20 Sweden SE.
AT AT5 AT5 AT AT1 AT3 AT AT AT4 AT 18 Austria AT,BG BG7 BG4 BG2 BG4 BG BG BG BG BG 17 Bulgaria BG. DK DK1 DK3 DK3 DK3 DK1 DK1 DK DK DK1 13 Denmark D,SK SK6 SK4 SK3 SK SK SK SK SK SK 13 Slovakia SK. FI FI3 FI2 FI2 FI4 FI1 FI1 FI FI FI 13 Finland FI,IE IE4 IE1 IE1 IE1 IE IE4 IE IE IE 11 Ireland IE. HR HR5 HR2 HR1 HR2 HR1 HR HR HR HR 11 Croatia HR, LT LT3 LT2 LT1 LT3 LT1 LT LT1 LT LT 11 Lithuania LT. LV LV4 LV1 LV1 LV1 LV1 LV LV LV LV 8 Latvia LV,SI SI5 SI1 SI SI1 SI1 SI SI SI SI 8 Slovenia SL.
EE EE1 EE1 EE EE3 EE1 EE EE EE EE 6 Estonia EE,CY CY1 CY2 CY1 CY CY CY2 CY CY CY 6 Cyprus CY. LU LU3 LU1 LU LU1 LU1 LU LU LU LU 6 Luxembourg,MT MT3 MT3 MT MT MT MT MT MT MT 6 Malta MT. 0 10 20 30 40 0189,10 20 30 40 070 10 20 30 40 068 10 20 30 40 52. 0 10 20 30 40 51 0 10 20 30 40 44 0 10 20 30 40 03610 20 30 40. 0 10 20 30 40 751 EU,EPP S D ECR ALDE Greens GUE EFDD ENF NI Total. 29 2 25 2 9 5 9 0 6 9 6 8 5 9 4 8 2 6 100, Data supplied by Members Administration Unit DG Presidency European Parliament.
Country codes and flags, Austria AT Belgium BE Bulgaria BG Croatia HR Cyprus CY Czech Republic CZ. Denmark DK Estonia EE Finland FI France FR Germany DE Greece EL. Hungary HU Ireland IE Italy IT Latvia LV Lithuania LT Luxembourg LU. Malta MT Netherlands NL Poland PL Portugal PT Romania RO Slovakia SK. Slovenia SI Spain ES Sweden SE United Kingdom UK,European Parliament Facts and Figures. Re elected MEPs, New and re elected MEPs in 2014 as a percentage of all MEPs. New MEPs in 2014 were defined as those who did not sit in the EP either in the previous term 2009 2014 or in a. preceding one Overall of the 751 MEPs 48 5 were new to the EP in 2014 whilst 51 5 were Members in a previous. term The highest proportion of new MEPs was in Greece 90 5 whilst the lowest was in Luxembourg 16 7. Re elected MEPs,Age of MEPs by Member State, The graph shows the average age of Minimum Average Maximum. MEPs together with the maximum,and minimum age per Member BG BG 29 47 69.
State The average age of Members DK DK 30 50 73 Difference. on 1 April 2018 was 55 years with the RO RO 34 51 74. oldest member aged 89 from France NL NL 33 51 71, and the youngest 29 a Bulgarian and a IT IT 31 51 73. CZ CZ 37 52 75 Min,Spanish Member,HU HU 39 52 78, At the constituent session in July 2014 HR HR 42 53 61. ES ES 29 53 75,the average was 53 years with the,PT PT 36 53 74. oldest Member aged 91 from Greece IE IE 40 53 65,and the youngest 26 from Denmark BE BE 33 53 74. EE EE 40 54 81,Between July 2014 and April 2018 AT AT 38 54 68.
92 MEPs have been replaced for different MT MT 39 54 70. reasons Thirty six MEPs resigned 6 died SE SE 34 55 69. and 50 were appointed to an office EU28 EU28 29 55 89. incompatible with membership of the LV LV 42 55 65. European Parliament for instance UK UK 32 55 74,DE DE 30 56 78. they became members of their national SI SI 46 57 75. parliaments or governments FI FI 41 57 72,EL EL 39 57 78. CY CY 51 57 64,SK SK 43 58 78,FR FR 36 58 89,LT LT 44 59 69. PL PL 41 60 79,LU LU 42 60 67,0 20 40 60 80 100,EPRS European Parliamentary Research Service. European Parliament 1979 2014, Strengths of the political groups in each parliamentary term.
The relative size of the political groups in the European Parliament is shown for each of the eight parliamentary. terms since the first direct elections in 1979 The data in percentages of total seats refer to the constituent session. in July at the beginning of each parliamentary term The last column on the right shows the composition of the. Parliament as of 1 April 2018,1 0 1 0 2 4 1 0 1 6 2 3 1 4 1 0 1 0. 100 100 1 0 1 0,4 8 4 0 3 7,3 7 4 3 0 9,3 9 2 6 7 5. 0 8 10 7 0 8 7 7 5 7 6 7 6 9,4 8 0 8 0 8,4 1 6 7 5 6. 0 7 0 7 9 8 0 7 4 9 11 4 0 7 0 7,7 1 9 5 8 0 12 0 0 7 0 7 0 7. 0 6 0 6 15 4 0 6 11 5 6 6,7 8 7 3 0 6,28 8 27 3 25 0 50 0 5 EDN I EDN.
0 4 0 4 0 4 34 7 0 4 0 4 25 4 25 2 0 4,27 3 30 0 0 4 0 4. 0 3 0 3 0 3 0 3 0 3 0 3,0 2 0 2 0 2,37 2 36 6 36 0. 0 2 FE29 2,0 2 FE 0 2,0 1 0 1 26 3 0 1 25 3 23 4 27 5 0 1 0 1 0 1. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0,CG0 0 CG 0 0 C, 1979 1984 1984 1989 1989 1994 1994 1999 1999 2004 2004 2009 2009 2014 1 7 2014 1 4 2018. 1979 1984 1979 1984,1984 1989 1989 1994,1979 1984 1994 1999.
1979 1984 1999 2004,1984 1989 2004 2009,1989 1994 2009 2014. 1994 1999 2014 2019,1999 2004 2014 2019,2004 2009 1979 1984. 2014 2019 1984 1989,2009 2014 2018 1989 1994,EPP S D ECR ALDE GUE NGL Greens EFA EFDD NI ENF. Source DG Communication European Parliament, The colours used to denote political groups in the current parliamentary term are also used in previous terms. so that the history of today s groups can be traced back However it should be understood that the names and RDE RDE R. constitutions of political groups and indeed their membership can change frequently So whilst we can often. identify substantial continuity between the current groups and their predecessors they cannot in all cases be. regarded as the same group with an unbroken history The category others includes a number of groups which. no longer exist,National parties and political groups in the EP.
Over the eight terms of the Parliament to date the successive increases in the number of Member States and. MEPs have been outpaced by the growth in the number of national political parties represented in the EP How. EFDD EFDDE, ever whilst the number of political groups has remained broadly stable at between seven and ten the threshold. for forming a group has been raised over time and groups now tend to include Members from a greater number Greens EFA. of Member States than in previous terms,ALDE ALDEA. Number of MEPs 410 434 518 567 626 732 736 ECR,751 751 ECR E. Number of Member States 9 10 12 12 15 25 27 28 28, Number of political groups 7 8 10 9 8 7 7 S D S D S. Number of national political parties 57 67 103 97 127 168 176 191 212. Number of national delegations in political groups 37 42 64 58 74 109 116 EPP. 129 143 EPP E,European Parliament Facts and Figures.
Proportion of men and women in the EP, The evolution of the proportion of women among all MEPs at the beginning of each parliamentary term shows. steady growth starting at 16 3 in the first term and reaching the highest percentage yet in the current term at. 36 9 Changes in the composition of the Parliament since July 2014 have slightly decreased the percentage of. women from 36 9 to 36 2,1979 1984 2014 2019,16 3 Female 36 2. 1979 1984 1984 1989 1989 1994 1994 19991999 2004 2004 2009 2009 2014 2014 2019. 1979 84 1984 89 1989 94 1994 99 1999 2004 2004 09 2009 14 2014 19. Women in EP and EU national parliaments, Comparison between the average representation of women in national parliaments in Member States and in the. European Parliament shows that both have increased over time The line for national parliaments up to 1996 is. illustrative only based on data available for a limited number of Member States A marked increase in the percent. age of women in national parliaments can be seen in the mid 2000s which is partly a consequence of the intro. duction of gender quotas for elections in several Member States France 2000 Belgium 2002 Portugal 2006. Spain 2007,European Parliament 36 2,Member States national parliaments. Women MEPs by Member State, FI IE HR MT SE ES FR UK AT NL IT LV SI EU DE EE BE LU DK SK PT RO PL CZ EL HU LT BG CY.
Total seats, 13 11 11 6 20 54 74 73 18 26 73 8 8 751 96 6 21 6 13 13 21 32 51 21 21 21 11 17 6. Percentage of women Members in the EP 1 April 2018. Gender quotas applicable to EP in the 2014 elections. The percentage of women MEPs in the current European Parliament varies between 69 2 in Finland and 16 7. in Cyprus In the May 2014 elections nine Member States had gender quotas which mostly concern the make. up of electoral lists with gender proportions applying to both sexes to avoid the under representation of either. EPRS European Parliamentary Research Service,Electoral systems for the European Parliament. Voting system and number of MEPs,The EP currently has 751 MEPs a reduction from. the previous Parliament 2009 2014 in which there, Malta 6 were 766 MEPs 754 plus 12 for Croatia which joined. Slovenia 8 in 2013,Luxembourg, Luxembourg 6 20 MEPs are elected under national electoral systems.
but these have to observe certain common principles. Closed lists, Closed lists 3 13 established in EU law notably proportional. Preferential voting 11 70, Preferen al vo ng 11 representation As a general rule voters can choose. between political parties individual candidates,Multiple constituencies. Mul ple cons tuencies 96 51,or both Whilst in some Member States voters can. 96 Number ofMEPs, Number of MEPs 21 only vote for a list with no possibility of changing.
18 21 the order of candidates closed list in others voters. 21 11 can express their preference for one or more of. 54 73 17 the candidates preferential voting Instead of a. list system some Member States achieve the latter, 21 possibility of preferential voting by using the single. transferable vote STV, Electoral threshold EU law allows Member States to establish thresholds. of up to 5 of all votes cast as a condition for any party. to be allocated seats in the European Parliament In. 14 Member States there are formal thresholds of this. kind Logically in Member States or regions with a, relatively low number of MEPs there is a de facto if. not formal threshold above 5,Annual cost of the US Congress. Note The graphics on the left show the situation at the 2014. election Some changes are expected for the 2019 election. Threshold applies to each constituency,Threshold applies to each constituency.
Annual cost of the EP per inhabitant,Germany 9 20,France 8 00. The graphic above shows the annual running cost divided by the number of inhabitants for the European Parliament. German Bundestag UK House of Commons French Assembl e nationale and US House of Representatives 1 Caution. is inevitably needed in making comparisons between the costs of parliaments as each has its own history. traditions and organisational form budget allocations for a given purpose in one parliament may have no parallel. in another while very different levels of resources may be dedicated to apparently similar tasks The EP budget. for example includes the costs of translation and interpreting into and out of 24 languages and of operating in. three centres Brussels Strasbourg and Luxembourg whereas other parliaments do not have these dimensions. to their work, The figures are for executed budgets in the 2015 calendar year UK 2014 2015 financial year US fiscal year 2015. European Parliament Facts and Figures,Turnout in European elections. Turnout in Member States at EP elections since 1979. For each of the eight European Parliament elections held since 1979 the table below shows the lowest turnout. among all Member States the highest in a Member State without compulsory voting and finally the highest. overall The EU average at each election is highlighted by the line in light blue. 1979 1984 1989 1994 1999 2004 2009 2014, BE 91 4 92 1 90 7 90 7 91 0 90 8 90 4 89 6 Belgium BE. LU 88 9 88 8 87 4 88 5 87 3 91 3 90 8 85 5 Luxembourg LU. MT 82 4 78 8 74 8 Malta MT,EL 77 2 79 9 73 2 71 5 63 2 52 6 60 0 Greece GR.
IT 84 9 83 4 81 0 73 6 69 8 71 7 65 1 57 2 Italy IT. DK 47 8 52 4 46 2 52 9 50 4 47 9 59 5 56 3 Denmark DK. IE 63 6 47 6 68 3 44 0 50 2 58 6 57 6 52 4 Ireland IE. SE 38 8 37 9 45 5 51 1 Sweden SE, DE 65 7 56 8 62 3 60 0 45 2 43 0 43 3 48 1 Germany DE. LT 48 4 21 0 47 4 Lithuania LT,AT 49 0 42 4 46 0 45 4 Austria AT. CY 72 5 59 4 44 0 Cyprus CY,ES 54 6 59 1 63 0 45 1 44 9 43 8 Spain ES. EU 61 8 59 0 58 3 56 7 49 5 45 6 43 0 42 6 EU, FR 60 7 56 7 48 7 52 8 46 8 42 8 40 6 42 4 France FR. FI 30 1 39 4 40 5 41 0 Finland FI, NL 58 1 50 6 47 2 35 7 30 0 39 3 36 8 37 3 Netherlands NL.
EE 26 8 43 9 36 5 Estonia EE,BG 38 9 36 1 Bulgaria BG. UK 32 3 32 6 36 2 36 4 24 0 39 2 34 5 35 4 United Kingdom UK. PT 51 2 35 5 39 9 38 6 36 8 33 7 Portugal PT,RO 27 7 32 4 Romania RO. LV 41 3 53 7 30 2 Latvia LV, HU Highest turnout with compulsory voting 38 5 36 3 29 0 Hungary HU. HR 25 2 Croatia, SI Highest turnout without compulsory voting 28 4 28 3 24 5 Slovenia SL. PL 20 9 24 5 23 8 Poland PL, CZ Lowest turnout 28 3 28 2 18 2 Czech Republic CZ.
SK 17 0 19 6 13 0 Slovakia SK, Compulsory voting in this Member State Voting was also compulsory in Italy from 1979 to 1989. Trends in turnout at national and EP elections, The trend lines for turnout in four different types of election in the period since the first EP direct elections took. place in 1979 show that voter turnout has been on a consistently downward path both within the European Union. and in the United States Indeed these trends are consistent with a general decline in average turnout at elections. in most G20 democracies since 1945 from around 80 in the immediate post war period to around 60 today. Parliamentary elections in EU Member States,European Parliament. US Congress Presidential election years,50 US Congress mid term elections. 1979 1984 1989 1994 1999 2004 2009 2014 2018, The graph above highlights the close relationship between the downward paths of turnout in EP elections and.
mid term US Congressional elections in both absolute values and trends The parallel declines in turnout at. Member States parliamentary elections and at European Parliament elections demonstrate that voters treat EP. elections in the same way as their national elections but with an average turnout at national elections around. 15 to 20 percentage points higher In general elections in which voters decide who runs the executive branch of. government as well as who controls the legislature attract a higher turnout than other elections. For reference turnout in both European Parliament and national parliamentary elections is calculated as the total number of votes as a. percentage of the total number of registered voters All national elections taking place in the same year are totalled to generate an annual. EU wide percentage,EPRS European Parliamentary Research Service. The work of the European Parliament, The European Parliament adopts its positions by voting in plenary session on legislative and budgetary texts. as well as on own initiative reports and other resolutions The Parliament s 20 standing committees prepare the. ground undertaking detailed consideration of draft legislation and holding public hearings on key issues In the. course of the legislative process representatives of EP committees meet frequently with their counterparts in the. Council of Ministers and the European Commission in trilateral negotiations known as trilogues. Activity in EP plenary sessions in the seventh term July 2009 June 2014. Days 23 553 21 298, Plenary sitting days Votes Amendments adopted Texts adopted. 58 840 22 692, Hours of sittings Written questions tabled Amendments rejected Legislative acts. Activity in EP plenary sessions in the eighth term so far July 2014 December 2017. Days 20 082 6 083, Plenary sitting days Votes Amendments adopted Texts adopted.
31 619 4 526, Hours of sittings Written questions tabled Amendments rejected Legislative acts. Source Plenary Organisation and Follow up Unit DG Presidency European Parliament. Working with partners and citizens, The European Parliament has regular meetings with counterparts from the Member States national parliaments. in particular at committee level The Parliament s committees also regularly seek direct input from experts and. stakeholders in public hearings to feed their deliberations on specific topics Citizens also have various means to. make contact with the Parliament either by visiting the institution raising questions with the Citizens Enquiries. Unit Ask EP or delivering a petition for consideration by the Petitions Committee The figures below give a. flavour of these activites in the eighth term so far from July 2014 to December 2017. 50 Meetings with national,parliaments 228 728 Citizens enquiries. received by Ask EP 5 361 Petitions received,from citizens. 408 Public hearings by EP,Committees 1 128 935 Citizens visits.
to the EP 14 716 Follow up letters from,Petitions Committee. European Parliament Facts and Figures, European Parliament legislative activity 2004 2017. A core element of the European Parliament s work lies in amending and passing EU legislation Three procedures. are used with the most common now being the ordinary legislative procedure traditionally referred to as. co decision The Parliament may also be required to give or withhold its consent to certain Council decisions. or may simply be consulted on certain Commission proposals Under co decision and consent the EP has a right. of veto over EU legal acts The two charts below together show the rise in the use of co decision reflecting greater. EP power from successive Treaty changes and the growing trend for the EP and Council to agree on legislative. texts at the first reading of that process, The chart below shows the number of legislative resolutions adopted in plenary each year since 2004 including. at all readings for co decision,350 Consultat,Cooperation. 163 158 110 Consultation,250 113 33,41 41 Consent,10 89 39 Codecision.
150 9 22 40 40,24 13 38 58 40 Consultation,23 39 45 38. 112 122 117 147 170 105 94 113 105 164 199 75 77 88. Co decision,Conciliatio, The chart below shows the stage of the co decision procedure at which the EP and Council reached agreement. on individual legislative texts in each year since 2004 EP 2. Conciliation,152 148 Council 2nd reading,124 116 137 EP 2nd reading. Conciliation,100 103 122,100 92 104 EP1st,2ndreading. 98 77 72 74,53 52 56 58 Council 2nd reading,50 58 61 60 68.
41 44 51 1st reading, 0 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017. 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017. Source Legislative Planning and Coordination Unit DG Presidency European Parliament. Number and average length of co decision procedures. The chart below shows the average duration in months of each completed ordinary legislative procedure co. decision files and the stage at which it was concluded for the current parliamentary term from July 2014 to. December 2017 The circles in proportion show the numbers of files concluded at each stage of the procedure. So far during this term no files have gone to the conciliation third reading stage. Duration Number of procedures,First reading,Earlyagreement. 1st reading,First reading agreement 17 months 185,second reading. CSL second,EP 2nd reading,Early second reading agreement 39 months 40. reading agreement,Council 2nd reading,CSL second reading agreement 40 months 4.
Conciliation,Conciliation,EPRS European Parliamentary Research Service. Number of trilogues per year and per committee, In the eighth term so far from July 2014 to December 2017 EP committees have participated in a total of 683. trilogue meetings with the Council and Commission The bar graph below shows the number of trilogues held by. year since the beginning of the seventh term with a peak in 2013 notably reflecting key decisions on programmes. within the 2014 20 Multiannual Financial Framework. In 2017 out of 251 trilogues 198 had a single committee participating while in 53 two or even three committees. were involved in the meeting The pie chart shows which parliamentary committees were most involved in. trilogues in 2017 the third full year of the 2014 19 term It highlights the eight most active committees in terms. of trilogues held as a percentage of the total Note that the second highest number concerns joint meetings of. Number of trilogues per year and per committee, BUDG CONT sometimes with other committees also participating on the revision of the Financial Regulation. 800 8th term Single committee Joint committee,600 LIBE 48. Others 81 Trilogue,371 10 BUDG CONT 26,200 249 229 251 251.
55 IMCO 12 9 ENVI 22,132 144 6 7 ECON 17,15 95 ITRE 14 6 7. 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 INTA 14 TRAN 17. Number of legislative and own initiative reports, The chart below shows the number of reports adopted in each parliamentary committee between July 2014. and December 2017 Own initiative reports represented by light orange bars includes both legislative initiative. and other own initiative reports Legislative reports by blue bars includes reports under the ordinary legislative. procedure co decision consent and consultation as well as procedures relating to international agreements. Other reports in dark orange primarily relate to work under procedures specific to a given committee such as. on the budget discharge and questions of Members immunity in legal proceedings The green bars concern. procedures in which committees consider whether to object to a delegated or implementing act of the. Commission based on earlier legislative acts Thirty one reports were adopted jointly under Rule 55 by two. committees and in one case by three committees and are presented as a separate category. Own initiative Legislative Other Delegated and,reports reports reports implemented acts. Foreign Affairs AFET 58 30 12,Economic and Monetary Affairs ECON 30 50 1 178. Employment and Social Affairs EMPL 25 18 18,Women s Rights and Gender Equality FEMM 21.
Legal Affairs JURI 21 71 48 6,Regional Development REGI 21 8 1 10. Development DEVE 17 1 7 1,Industry Research and Energy ITRE 17 27 29. International Trade INTA 16 46 40,Culture and Education CULT 14 4 1. Internal Market and Consumer Protection IMCO 14 22 1 56. Environment Public Health and Food Safety ENVI 13 40 423. Transport and Tourism TRAN 13 28 66, Civil Liberties Justice and Home Affairs LIBE 12 124 8. Fisheries PECH 12 32 1 51,Agriculture and Rural Development AGRI 10 10 79.
Budgetary Control CONT 10 20 159,Petitions PETI 8,Constitutional Affairs AFCO 7 1 6 4. Budgets BUDG 2 7 408 1,Joint committees 14 17 8, Source Legislative Coordination Unit DG Internal Policies European Parliament. European Parliament Facts and Figures,Main governing bodies in the EP. The Bureau the Conference of Presidents and the Conference of Committee Chairs presented below are. complemented by other governing and coordination bodies within the Parliament including the Conference of. Delegation Chairs the STOA Panel and the Democracy Support and Election Coordination Group. The Bureau is the body responsible for financial organisational and administrative matters within the Parliament. It is composed of the President and the 14 Vice Presidents elected by an absolute majority of the votes in plenary. with the order in which they attained that majority determining their order of precedence The five Quaestors. elected in plenary to manage administrative and financial matters directly concerning Members also attend the. Bureau in an advisory capacity but cannot vote,Antonio TAJANI President EPP. Mairead McGUINNESS Vice President EPP,Bogus aw LIBERADZKI Vice President S D.
David Maria SASSOLI,Rainer WIELAND,Vice President,Vice President. Sylvie GUILLAUME Vice President S D,Zdzis aw KRASNOD BSKI Vice President ECR. Ram n Luis VALC RCEL SISO Vice President EPP,Evelyne GEBHARDT Vice President S D. Pavel TELI KA Vice President ALDE,L via J R KA Vice President EPP. Vice Presidents,Ioan Mircea PA CU Vice President S D.
Dimitrios PAPADIMOULIS Vice President GUE NGL,Heidi HAUTALA Vice President Greens EFA. Fabio Massimo CASTALDO Vice President EFDD,Elisabeth MORIN CHARTIER Quaestor EPP. Andrey KOVATCHEV Quaestor EPP,non voting,Vladim r MA KA Quaestor S D. Catherine BEARDER Quaestor ALDE,Karol KARSKI Quaestor ECR. EP Conference of Presidents, The Conference of Presidents CoP composed of the Parliament s President and the chairs of its eight political.
groups sets the agenda of the plenary and determines the general political orientations of the institution. The table below shows the current members of the CoP ordered by size of the groups in terms of their seats. in Parliament Three groups have co chairs The non attached NI Members are represented by a non voting. President of the EP Antonio TAJANI,EPP S D ECR ALDE Greens GUE EFDD ENF NI. Chair Chair Co chairs Chair Co chairs Chair Chair Co Chairs Observer. Manfred Udo Syed Guy Ska Gabriele Nigel Nicolas Diane. WEBER BULLMANN KAMALL VERHOFSTADT KELLER ZIMMER FARAGE BAY DODDS. Ryszard Antoni Philippe Marcel,BE Kingdom UK,United Kingdom UK. United Kingdom UK,United Kingdom UK,United Kingdom UK. United Kingdom UK,United Kingdom UK,LEGUTKO LAMBERTS de GRAAFF. Germany DE,Germany DE,ermany DE Germany DE,Germany DE.
Germany DE,gium BE Germany DE,Kingdom UK,United Kingdom UK. Germany DE,Germany DE,Italy IT DE,Germany DE,Germany DE. Germany DE,Kingdom DE,Germany DE,Germany DE,Kingdom DE. Germany DE,Germany DE,Germany DE,Netherlands,Netherlands NL. Germany BE,Belgium BE,Belgium BE,Italy IT BE,Italy IT BE.
Belgium BE,Germany BE,Italy IT BE,United Kingdom,United Kingdom. EPP S D ECR ALDE Greens EFA GUE NGL EFDD ENF NI,UnitedGermany. UnitedGermany,UnitedItaly,Kingdom UK,UnitedItaly,lgiumUnited. EPRS European Parliamentary Research Service,Parliamentary committees. There are 20 standing committees and two sub committees in the EP each covering a different policy area They. draw up reports for consideration in the plenary on both legislative and non legislative matters and hold the. executive to account The chart below lists the committees of the EP ordered by the number of MEPs who sit on. them It shows the chairs elected by the members of each committee together with their political group and. nationality The chairs of the committees meet together in the Conference of Committee Chairs and have elected. Cecilia Wikstr m Chair of the Petitions PETI Committee as their president for the second half of the current. parliamentary term The pie chart shows the distribution of committee chairs between the political groups using. the same colour code as before, In addition there are currently three special committees normally with a term of office of up to twelve months.
on Terrorism TERR on the EU authorisation procedure for pesticides PEST and on Financial Crimes Tax Evasion. and Tax Avoidance TAX3 The first two comprise 30 members each and the third has 45 members. Number of MEPs Name of Chair, Foreign Affairs AFET 73 McALLISTER David EPP Germany DE. Security and Defence SEDE 30 FOTYGA Anna El bieta ECR Poland PL. Human Rights DROI 30 PANZERI Pier Antonio S D Italy IT. Environment Public Health and Food SafetyENVI 69 V LEAN Adina Ioana EPP Romania RO. Industry Research and Energy ITRE 67 BUZEK Jerzy EPP Poland PL. Economic and Monetary Affairs ECON 61 GUALTIERI Roberto S D Italy IT. Civil Liberties Justice and Home Affairs LIBE 60 MORAES Claude S D United Kingdom U. Employment and Social Affairs EMPL 55 H NDEL Thomas GUE NGL Germany DE. Transport and Tourism TRAN 49 DELLI Karima Greens EFA France FR. Agriculture and Rural Development AGRI 46 SIEKIERSKI Czes aw Adam EPP Poland PL. Regional Development REGI 43 MIHAYLOVA Iskra ALDE Bulgaria BG. Budgets BUDG 41 ARTHUIS Jean ALDE France FR, International Trade INTA 41 LANGE Bernd S D Germany DE. Internal Market and Consumer Protection IMCO 40 VAN BOSSUYT Anneleen ECR Belgium BE. Women s Rights and Gender Equality FEMM 37 BLINKEVI I T Vilija S D Lithuania LT. Petitions PETI 36 WIKSTR M Cecilia ALDE Sweden SE, Culture and Education CULT 31 KAMMEREVERT Petra S D Germany DE. Budgetary Control CONT 30 GR SSLE Ingeborg EPP Germany DE. Development DEVE 28 McAVAN Linda S D United Kingdom U. Fisheries PECH 27 CADEC Alain EPP France FR, Constitutional Affairs AFCO 25 H BNER Danuta Maria EPP Poland PL. Legal Affairs JURI 25 SVOBODA Pavel EPP Czech Republic CZ. Share of committee chairs by political group,5 5 GREENS EFA.
Previous editions of this Briefing were issued in March 2017 PE 599 256 March 2016 PE 573 919 April 2015 PE 545 725 and November 2014 PE 542 150 The data used. are taken from a range of sources within and outside the European Parliament including the Directorate for Relations with National Parliaments and the Legislative Planning. and Coordination Members Activities Members Administration and Plenary Organisation and Follow up Units of DG Presidency PRES the Legislative Coordination Unit. and Petitions Committee secretariat of DG Internal Policies IPOL the Public Opinion Monitoring and Visits and Seminars Units of DG Communication COMM the Citizens. Enquiries Unit of DG EPRS and the IDEA database of election statistics. DISCLAIMER AND COPYRIGHT, This document is prepared for and addressed to the Members and staff of the European Parliament as background material to assist them in their parliamentary. work The content of the document is the sole responsibility of its author s and any opinions expressed herein should not be taken to represent an official position. of the Parliament Reproduction and translation for non commercial purposes are authorised provided the source is acknowledged and the European Parliament. is given prior notice and sent a copy,European Union 2018. eprs ep europa eu contact,http www eprs ep parl union eu intranet. http www europarl europa eu thinktank internet,http epthinktank eu blog.


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ROTC Class C Uniform a. Wear of the Class C (Army Combat Uniform): Class C uniform is the same for both males and females. The uniform consist of the ACU trousers and shirt, olive green or black cushion sole socks, Coyote brown combat boots, ACU cap, Coyote brown undershirt, and black or Coyote brown belt with black buckle. Appropriate patches ...