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Written questions by Members of the European Parliament and their answers given by a European Union institution. This publication contains written questions by Members of the European Parliament and their answers given by a European Union institution. For each question and answer, the original language version is presented before a possible translation. In some cases, it is possible that the answer is given in a language other than the question.
This depends on the working language of the committee requested to provide the answer. These questions and answers are published in accordance with Rules and of the Rules of Procedure of the European Parliament. All questions and answers can be accessed via the website of the European Parliament Europarl under the heading Parliamentary questions:. Subject: Portuguese researchers identify a new treatment for osteoarthritis. Subject: FAO Report: need for greater investment in agriculture.
Subject: EU citizens having difficulty obtaining work visas in Brazil. Subject: Using polyphosphates in cod processing. Subject: Cases of whooping cough are on the increase in EU countries. Subject: Creating a development bank to manage EU funds. Subject: Ireland granted more time to repay its loan to the Troika. Subject: Fraud and money laundering in online gambling.
Subject: Reindustrialisation of the European Union. Subject: Improved financing conditions for Portugal under the terms of support from the Troika. Subject: Significant yield differences in eurozone bonds. Subject: Investment in Portugal at s levels.
Subject: Recession in nearly a third of EU countries. Subject: Worsening of the recession in Portugal. Subject: Falling wage levels in connection with opening up the inter-city coach market.
Subject: Rural Development Programmes: transitional arrangements for Subject: The crisis in the European car industry. Subject: Information on measures to tackle youth unemployment. Subject: Implementing rules on flight and duty time limitations and rest requirements.
Subject: Social dumping through the posting of bogus self-employed persons from third countries. Subject: Free movement of workers in the OCTs — principle of non-discrimination. Subject: Football referee death — violence against match officials.
Subject: Possibility of funding for a scientific and cultural project in the municipality of Radicofani, province of Siena.
Subject: Liberalisation of vine planting rights. Subject: Selection on the basis of merit of heads of public institutions in Greece. Subject: Further possible sanctions against North Korea. Subject: Relationship between the European Commission's state aid services and independent nations regulators. Subject: EASA opinion on flight time limitations for pilots and cabin crew.
Subject: Use of full body scanners at EU airports. Subject: EU enlargement and public relations — the particular case of Croatia. Subject: New harbours for vessels across Europe. Subject: VAT compensation in connection with the cross-border sale of cars. Subject: Disruption in the supply of essential items to Greece.
Subject: EU rules for the publication of documents. Subject: Call for the Commission to protect designations of origin for camembert. Subject: Call for the Commission to monitor the waste involved in the bridge over the Straits of Messina. Subject: The Commission should monitor toxic substances found in Chinese teas. Subject: Real cost of current accounts in the EU.
Subject: Abuse of selective distribution rules. Subject: Exploiting natural resources in Western Sahara. Subject: Possible emergency measures to maintain technical conservation prohibition. Subject: Method for calculating the rates of payment for participants in the Lifelong Learning Programme and Horizon Subject: Possibility of funding for clown therapy.
Subject: Excessive controls on Polish nationals at the Polish-Swedish maritime border and their compliance with Schengen provisions. Subject: Abortion law in the Republic of Ireland. Subject: Involvement of businesses in the negotiating process for the EU-Japan free trade agreement.
Subject: Implications of changes to MOT testing. Subject: United Kingdom: tax on the location of the player and not of the operator. Subject: The management of the Euribor rate and its impact on variable-rate mortgages.
Subject: Sustainability criteria for solid biomass. Subject: Safeguard investigation initiated by Morocco on EU exports of bars and rods. Subject: Upstream barriers to trade in Europe for non-harmonised products, particularly car parts. Subject: The proximity of sewage plants to residential dwellings. Subject: Natural disasters: floods — innovative solutions and environmental engineering research.
Subject: Follow-up of the MoU for the Spanish financial sector. Subject: Relation between banking institutions and savings banks. Subject: EU assistance to civil society organisations. Subject: Criminal case against Russia's opposition. Subject: — the deadliest year for journalists worldwide. Subject: Passenger transport by rail: detailed rules for establishing a public service obligation.
Subject: Taking care of others: family support networks. Subject: Commission meeting with representatives of the tobacco industry. Subject: Phenylbutazone and food producing animals. Subject: Implementation of the directive on the energy performance of buildings. Subject: Taxation of the Spanish cogeneration sector.
Subject: Procedure for acquiring Bulgarian citizenship. Subject: Funding for European transport infrastructure. Subject: Development aid and combating famine in South Sudan. Subject: Public procurement and research on corruption. Subject: Greater transparency in access to TED data.
Subject: Information about research projects — procurement and outcomes. Subject: European Commission communication budget — cost and tendering process for banners hung on the Berlaymont building. Subject: Benefits and inconveniences of using European Summer Time. Subject: Action to combat illegal child labour and trafficking. Subject: European Aviation Safety Agency opinion on flight-time limitations for air crew. Subject: European Union support for the worldwide eradication of polio.
Subject: Space for Mediterranean Countries Initiative. Subject: Distinction between cosmetic products and medical devices in the case of tooth-bleaching products.
Subject: Implementation of the Floods Directive. Subject: Classification of substances which are dangerous for the consumer: concerns regarding the panel. Subject: Trade agreement between the European Union and Palestine. Subject: Carbon inclusion mechanism at the borders of the European Union. Subject: Use of radioactive weapons in military activities and risk to human health in the EU. Subject: Report on the impact of increased demand for biofuels.
Subject: Good practices for tackling the school drop-out rate. Subject: Construction of a biological purification plant in the Marmaries — Kokkina area of the island of Tinos. Subject: Interconnection of national electronic registers of road transport undertakings.
Subject: Interoperability of electronic road toll systems. Subject: Safety of European citizens and precautionary measures under Italian law imposing an obligation to stay in a specified place: the case of Tezze sul Brenta Province of Vicenza. Subject: Imbalances between Member States as regards youth unemployment and measures to address them. Subject: Greek state auction for Thessaloniki metro extension project.
Subject: Clarification of the copyright situation regarding the survey initiated by the Commission on the structure of the cultural and creative sectors in Europe.
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Written questions by Members of the European Parliament and their answers given by a European Union institution. This publication contains written questions by Members of the European Parliament and their answers given by a European Union institution. For each question and answer, the original language version is presented before a possible translation. In some cases, it is possible that the answer is given in a language other than the question. This depends on the working language of the committee requested to provide the answer.
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