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European Court of Auditors’ assessment of EU banking supervisory system

Question for written answer to the Commission Rule 130 Alfred Sant (S&D) Subject: European Court of Auditors’ assessment of EU banking supervisory system The ECB should observe a clear separation between its monetary policy and supervision functions, overseen by a Supervisory Board. According to the ECA report on the EU Banking Supervisory system: 1) Within

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Options for addressing the shortfall in the EU budget

Question for written answer to the Commission Rule 130 Alfred Sant (S&D) Subject:Options for addressing the shortfall in the EU budget Given that the UK is one of the largest economies in the EU, reportedly the second net contributor to its budget, there are concerns that Brexit could have a major negative impact on the

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European Court of Auditor’s briefing paper on the mid-term review of the Multiannual Financial Framework 2014-2020

Question for written answer to the Commission Rule 130 Alfred Sant (S&D) Subject: European Court of Auditor’s briefing paper on the mid-term review of the Multiannual Financial Framework 2014-2020 In its Briefing paper “EU budget: time to reform?”, the European Court of Auditors stated that “the Commission’s mid-term review of the MFF does not constitute

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Council position on a positive fiscal stance for the Euro area

Question for written answer to the Commission Rule 130 Alfred Sant (S&D) P-009285/2016 Subject: Council position on a positive fiscal stance for the Euro area Considering that the Commission, in its Communication “towards a positive fiscal stance for the euro area” underlines that: 1) In light of the slow recovery and risks in the macroeconomic

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A positive fiscal stance for the euro area

Question for written answer to the Commission Rule 130 Alfred Sant (S&D) E-009024/2016 Subject: A positive fiscal stance for the euro area According to the Commission communication ‘Towards a positive fiscal stance for the euro area’, a stronger fiscal policy, in combination with reforms and support for investments, can not only contribute to a swifter