schlagwort: ECJ

Request for EP plenary debate on CETA rejected – in brief

“The European Parliament plenary rejected, on 21 November, with 184 to 170 votes and 9 abstentions, a joint request by the Greens and GUE for a plenary debate on the motion for resolution to refer CETA to the European Court of Justice (ECJ). (…)”

Statement Caspary on trade agreement EU-Singapore by ECJ

On the decision of the European Commission to clarify the competencies in the bilateral trade agreement between the EU and Singapore by the European Court of Justice (ECJ), the EPP Group Spokesperson in the Committee on International Trade in the European Parliament, Daniel Caspary (CDU/EPP) stated: “The Lisbon Treaty can no longer remain a matter… Read more »