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UEHP News OCTOBER 2013


EUPOPEAN ECONOMY
The Second Economic Adjustment Programme for Greece- Fourth Review – April 2014


EUPOPEAN ECONOMY
The Second Economic Adjustment Programme for Greece- Second Review – May 2013


Health Professional Mobility in a Changing Europe
New dynamics, mobile individuals and diverse responses



EU ELECTIONS - follow up and next steps

Dear UEHP members,

As you know, yesterday the European Parliament concluded its first Plenary in Strasbourg, kicking off the 9th European Legislature.

The new President of the European Parliament is David-Maria Sassoli, Italian, S&D Group (mandate of two and a half years).

MEPs also elected the 14 vice-presidents and five quaestors.

The Parliament also decided on how many members will be in each of its committees. At page 17 of the document you can find the full list of all 76 members of the ENVI Committee, Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety:

https://www.europarl.europa.eu/sed/doc/
news/flash/22641/List%20of%20committees_
for%20CoP_rev3_en.pdf

If you know any of them, please tell me so that the contacts with them will be easier for me and we can plan a lobbying strategy together. J

The nomenee for the EU top jobs, announced by the European Council, are:

Ursula von der Leyen (DE)President of the European Commission

Charles Michel (BE) – President of the Council

Josep Borrell (ES) - High Representative for foreign affairs

Christine Lagarde (FR) - Head of the European Central Bank

Ok, but what’s next?

EUROPEAN COMMISSION - MEPs are set to vote on von der Leyen's nomination in the week of July 15 during their second plenary in Strasbourg. If successful, she will then have the summer to put a team together based on nominees from national capitals. She needs absolute majority in Parliament (half of the existing MEPs plus one, i.e. 376). If she does not obtain the required majority, the Member States need to propose another candidate within a month's time (European Council acting by qualified majority).

The full College of Commissioners will only be elected at the end of October, once the commissioners-designate have been vetted by a series of parliamentary committee hearings in late September/October to assess their competence, suitability and experience for the portfolios they have been assigned. After appointment, their term of office will last 5 years from the end of the current Commission until 31 October 2024.

COUNCIL OF THE EUThe President of the European Council is elected for the period from 1 December 2019 until 31 May 2022. The mandate of two and a half years of the President of the European Council is renewable once. The European Council also welcomed the decision of the heads of state or government of the member states whose currency is the euro to appoint Charles Michel as President of the Euro Summit, for the same term of office.

HIGH REPRESENTATIVE for FOREIGN AFFAIRS - The formal appointment of the High Representative by the European Council requires the agreement of the President-elect of the Commission (because he is formally a Commissioner).

HEAD OF THE EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK - the European Council will take a formal decision on the appointment on the basis of a Council recommendation, after having consulted the European Parliament and the ECB's Governing Council.

I hope you will find this information useful to better understand and follow what’s going on here in Brussels.

Best regards,

Ilaria

Ilaria Giannico

Secretary General

UEHP – European Union of Private Hospitals

 

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