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Batteries Recycling © Crown Copyright 2008 Working with the EP
Batteries Recycling © Crown Copyright 2008 Total: 785 MEPs
Batteries Recycling © Crown Copyright 2008 Standing Committees of the EP Foreign Affairs Development International Trade Budgets Budgetary Control Economic and Monetary Affairs Employment and Social Affairs Environment, Public Health and Food Safety Industry, Research and Industry Petitions Internal Market and Consumer Protection Transport and Tourism Regional Development Agriculture and Rural Development Fisheries Culture and Education Legal Affairs Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs Constitutional Affairs Women’s Rights and Gender Equality
Batteries Recycling © Crown Copyright 2008 Committee(s) and Plenary Simple majority General Approach, Political Agreement Working Groups, COREPER, Council QMV Co-decision: 1st Reading deal Commission publishes draft Directive European Parliament amends Council accepts Parliament amendments Directive agreed
Batteries Recycling © Crown Copyright 2008 Committee(s) and Plenary Simple majority Working Groups, COREPER, Council QMV General Approach, Political Agreement Working Groups, COREPER, Council QMV Committee(s) and Plenary Absolute majority Co-decision: 2nd Reading deal Commission publishes draft Directive European Parliament amends Council rejects Parliament amendments Common Position European Parliament amends Council accepts Parliament amendments Directive agreed
Batteries Recycling © Crown Copyright 2008 Committee(s) and Plenary Simple majority 27 MEPs, 27 MS, Commission Prepared by trialogue Working Groups, COREPER, Council QMV General Approach, Political Agreement Working Groups, COREPER, Council QMV Committee(s) and Plenary Absolute majority Co-decision: 3rd Reading deal Commission publishes draft Directive European Parliament amends Council rejects Parliament amendments Common Position European Parliament amends Council rejects Parliament amendments Conciliation 3rd ReadingDirective agreed
Batteries Recycling © Crown Copyright 2008 Briefing MEPs UK Govt provides written briefing to UK MEPs on all Commission proposals Impartiality: UK officials should send or offer any briefing to all UK political groupings You may also brief influential MEPs from other Member States Offer the rapporteur, Chair and Vice-Chair of the Committee, and leadership of the political groups full written briefing with an oral briefing as a follow-up Members of the lead Committee could be sent a general paper setting out concerns and improvements Don’t forget the EP Committee Secretariat
Batteries Recycling © Crown Copyright 2008 Briefing MEPs Assume it will be made public Briefing is needed at least a week before a proposal is first discussed in Committee, and a short update between Committee and Plenary, giving HMG’s views on specific amendments adopted by the Committee – possibly a Ministerial letter on issues of key importance Use the phone – MEPs are usually working to a fast-moving Parliamentary timetable, so advice over the phone will often be particularly influential
Batteries Recycling © Crown Copyright 2008 Effective briefing Concentrates on: Specific problems with the proposal, including why it poses problems for specific groups and individuals Realistic solutions, based around textual amendments which would remove or ameliorate the problem Points where EP support is likely, or at least conceivable, rather than points which matter to you The EP’s own procedures, so that briefing is appropriate to the stage the proposal has reached in the Parliament
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