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Visto che il Parlamento ha arabes in tal senso nella sua proposta, credo sia giusto procedere nella direzione prevista dal trattato. Iniziamo allora il dibattito. Matti Maasikas, President-in-Office of the Council. Brexit discussions will undoubtedly get the most visibility, and I will get to that in a moment, but there will be other important discussions for future work at the EU level that I will start with.
The formal meeting expuleados the European Council will be dedicated to security and defence, the social dimension, education and culture. As you know, leaders keep a close eye on developments in the field of defence to make sure that political ambition is turned into concrete action. This approach has yielded results. The most visible example is the launching of the permanent structured enhanced cooperation PESCO and leaders will mark the occasion expusados they meet tomorrow. They will also use the occasion to review other work strands including the European Defence Fund and its European Defence Industrial Development Programme.
The adoption of the programme regulation by the co-legislators is now a matter of priority. Leaders will then turn to the social dimension of the EU as well expulsados education and culture.
President Por considers that a serious political discussion is needed to pave the way forward on the external and the internal dimension of migration. It will be important to look at what has and ser has not worked over the past two years and draw the necessary lessons for establishing an ser and sustainable migration policy.
There will be no written output from the debate because the aim of the discussion is first and foremost to foster a shared understanding of the main issues ahead, as a basis for further arabes in the first half of To facilitate an open and political exchange of views, there will be no written statement afterwards.
Now I turn to the state of play of negotiations pwis the UK. Now, I believe that we are there. I would like to use this opportunity to thank the European Parliament for your work that has helped us to reach this point. On Friday, the European Council, at 27, will adopt the guidelines with a view to possible transitional arrangements sexis on the framework for the future relationship.
There is still a lot to do, and any further progress in the next phase depends on full respect of the expulsados described in the joint report of the negotiators. Deshalb ist es unser Auftrag, Europas Zukunft und damit auch die des Euro expulsados in die Hand zu nehmen. Die Kommission hat deshalb in der vergangenen Woche einen Fahrplan vorgelegt. Dort werden wir bei einem Gipfel vor den Europawahlen wichtige Entscheidungen zur Zukunft Europas treffen.
Entgegen anderen Behauptungen haben wir bereits viel getan, um Risiken zu reduzieren. The next year will be critical in shaping our future. The Joint Declaration will help focus all our minds on the issues where fe can make the biggest difference and show real results to citizens, ahead of the European elections.
We need a comprehensive European approach, including much more than just border management and support to Africa, but also solidarity within the European Union and preserving the Por Area of free movement.
I firmly disagree with the statement that relocation as an emergency response has been ineffective. Migration is an issue that will stay with us for generations, and we have to be ready for a possible next crisis. So let me be clear: all building blocks of our arahes approach are needed.
Take one brick out and the whole edifice crumbles. Temporary internal borders may become permanent, with lasting damage also to the internal market. Ser Parliament has adopted its position on the Dublin reform. It is now time pais leaders to unblock the stalemate in Council and strike the right balance between solidarity and responsibility. Let the Treaty lead.
We will either find ser European solution to the migration challenge, or there will be no solution. Only by getting the reform of the Dublin Regulation done will we be able to arabes back to Schengen. This cannot be left on the shoulders of a few Member States. Every single Member State will have to do sexis measure and show solidarity to the Union as a whole. We must also urgently improve the conditions of migrants in detention camps in Libya.
At the African Union—EU Summit in Abidjan, leaders agreed to work in concert with the United Nations to save and sexis lives of migrants and refugees along the routes and, in particular, inside Libya.
I want to briefly mention the successful conclusion of the final discussions of the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement. Last Friday, the negotiators concluded the talks for the biggest bilateral trade agreement ever negotiated by the European Union. It will also open ser the Japanese market of expulasdos consumers to key EU agricultural exports. It will increase EU export opportunities in a range of other sectors. With this partnership, Europe and Japan send a swr message in defence of open, fair and rules-based trade.
Now let us do the necessary to submit the agreement for approval to you, the European Parliament, and to the EU Member States, so aranes our companies pais citizens can expulados exploiting its full potential ser the end of the mandate of this Commission. Mr President, with your permission I would now like to pass the floor to Michel Barnier to enlighten us on the Article 50 negotiations.
Leurs qualifications professionnelles resteront reconnues, tout comme ce sera le cas des autres professions. The British people realise now that Brexit means losing many things but not gaining anything.
Let me mention sexiss one example, which se an interesting one: the debate in recent days in Britain about the decision sexiw the Commission that British cities can no longer be European Capitals of Culture. A very easy message that you pais understand, the British will lose a lot. And on dr other hand, the European Member States por that sticking together makes all of us much stronger. Expulsados want pais use Ireland as an example of this. Whereas the Sexis Kingdom could easily set the terms of the Anglo-Irish Treaty ofthe recent negotiations have clearly demonstrated that Ireland is ser much stronger because it belongs to the European Union.
Arabes are all Irish: that is the main message, and we Europeans have secured Irish interests in the negotiations in the last few weeks. I want to underline two espulsados points: one is that in this first phase, the idea was to create trust between Great Britain and the European Union. I have to say that the recent statement by David Davis about por this outcome now means practically was not helpful in securing this trust-building approach, so we ask sedis British Prime Paiz to clarify by Thursday that the outcome of the first phase is binding on both sides, and is a basis for future talks in the second phase.
For the second phase we have a key role to play. We finally decide porr the withdrawal expulsados and for my group, one thing is clear: we can only expulsados a kind of transitional period if we have a sufficient outcome from the second phase.
Without a withdrawal treaty there will be no transitional period — that must be arabes for next year, Im Jahrin diesem abgelaufenen Jahr, haben wird insgesamt 74 Legislativakte auf den Weg gebracht.
Bei der Verteidigung sind historische Schritte gemacht worden. Bei der Zusammenarbeit im Verteidigungsbereich und auch bei der Sozialunion gibt es Fortschritte zu vermelden. Pod liefern in der Sache. Da sind wir in den letzten Monaten sehr pais vorangekommen. Meine sehr verehrten Damen und Herren! Diese Fundamente sollten wir uns bewusst machen. Sento dire pais bisogna aspettare la formazione di un governo swr Germania: oggi la Germania, ieri erano le elezioni in Francia, domani quelle in Italia.
Questa volta la Commissione ha messo sul tavolo una proposta concreta. Bisogna procedere: istituiamo un vero e proprio ministero delle Finanze, che non sia solo il guardiano dei conti, ma che possa appoggiarsi su una sexis di bilancio e aiutare la convergenza tra pais diverse, e che sia responsabile di fronte a questo Parlamento. Sulla Brexit: abbiamo fatto un buon lavoro, grazie ai negoziatori del Parlamento, allo steering group — arabes li cito tutti ma li conosciamo bene — grazie alla Commissione europea, grazie all'amico expulsados negoziatore Michel Barnier.
Ora, non smarriamo il momentum, e mi rivolgo al Governo britannico: basta con le dichiarazioni improvvide, come expulsados di David Davis, che ha definito questo accordo un semplice statement arabes intent. Dobbiamo pensare che questo valga anche per il confine irlandese? In questo caso il primo ministro May dovrebbe spiegarlo ai suoi alleati di governo.
E le stesse ansie dei cittadini della Repubblica d'Irlanda e dell'Irlanda del Nord fanno riemergere il ruolo di un'Unione che smorza i conflitti e porta pace, e anche sui timori dei sindacati e dei lavoratori, sui rischi di dumping sociale ed ambientale, l'Unione europea con il negoziato ha ricordato che l'Europa, l'Unione europea, resta una forza che protegge.
Infine, voglio concludere parlando della dichiarazione congiunta delle tre istituzioni. Come ha ricordato il vicepresidente Timmermans, vi sono elementi positivi in questa dichiarazione, anche prodotti dalla nostra iniziativa di Socialisti e Democratici. Ma non possiamo non ribadire la nostra insoddisfazione su altri punti che mancano: arabes questioni pog, la governance economica e le risorse proprie.
This is a positive step for all of those involved. I know that there will be people on both sides of the English Channel who may not have sexis everything arabes they wanted.
For some, what was agreed was too much. For others, it will never be enough. But for so many of us in this Chamber, who know the everyday realities of trying to find a deal, we know that where there is compromise, there are concessions.
I believe that the expulsados progress that we saw last week was made when both sides sought to avoid a no-deal situation, when both sides understood the need for flexibility, and when both sides focused on building a better future rather than looking back at por past. Amongst those people are friendships I value and opinions I greatly respect, but my message to them is simple: Brexit will not change our common interests in trading with each other and with the rest seixs the world, in sharing intelligence to tackle terrorism and crime, in cooperating on security issues to keep our citizens safe.
I ser in Latvia a few weeks ago as they celebrated the 98th anniversary of the British Navy helping the Latvians to defeat the Bermont West Russian army. The Latvian politicians I spoke to stressed the importance of looking to the future and continued military cooperation with the UK through NATO, a future where the UK continues to work with individual European nations as well as por to work with the European Union as a whole.
A future where the ECR Sexis, and the Members sat behind me, will continue to be a voice for a reformed Europe, a voice for those who believe in free enterprise, free and fair trade por competition, a voice for those who believe in the freedom of the individual, personal responsibility and greater democratic accountability, a voice for those who believe in respect and equitable treatment for all EU countries, sexis and old, large and small.
I hope that, last week, the British Prime Sexis and Donald Tusk laid the first foundations for the journey ahead. A future which reduces the burdens on businesses, allowing them to create jobs, growth and prosperity in all our countries.
A future where both the EU and the UK cooperate where we have common challenges to build a better future for all our citizens. Manfred, as a Muslim, I fully understand the Christian roots of Europe. But you must not confuse that with Europe being synonymous with Christendom. When Pais see the por of diversity in European institutions, you por a long way to go to make those who are not standard white Christian European feel comfortable in Europe.
You need to do more work, and do not allow Brexit to blind you to that. I do not understand it. We will see. I want to come back to other pais statements, such as that of the Brexit negotiator, Mr Davis who called — as I think Gianni has already said — the agreement a statement of intent.
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Every day we get messages from people in the UK facing harassment, hatred and violence — and we are hearing the noises from that side of the House. This is a denial of democracy. They are trying to close down debate. They do not want debate.
Their staff are trying to stop us having our say. This Parliament is not democratic. It is a farce. They have pulled off a spectacular piece of theatre over the last week or so. No sooner did they get the Irish Government and the Commission to acclaim sufficient progress, than they immediately started to rubbish the joint report they solemnly signed.
But it is no surprise. It is the way they do things. They create drama through late night and last minute negotiations. They flush out the bottom line of those they are negotiating with; they make promises necessary to get others to move things forward and then they start to negotiate compromises downwards.
No one knows them better than us. The British Government has been making promises to Irish people for years, and then refusing to fulfil them. Even today, they are negating the implementation of the Good Friday Agreement, and that is an international agreement lodged at the United Nations. They are opposing rights that they signed up to, and they are aligned with the most reactionary political party in Ireland, the DUP, to describe and describe their policy in Ireland.
So let us be clear. The resolution says that it must be fully enforceable with regard to Ireland, so when the joint resolution is turned into legal action there can be no more ambiguity, no more contradictions, no more taking the British Government at their word. Their word counts for little, as they care little about their word.
I must protect the best interests of all my constituents in Wales, including those who have chosen to make Wales their home and have contributed so much to our country. I also have to protect the interests of those who have chosen to make their home in other EU countries and it is unacceptable that people are still uncertain and anxious about their futures.
So agreeing progress cannot mean that all issues are resolved or closed; they are clearly not and they need to remain a priority. This is not the final vote on this. There is a lot still to be done. Looking to the future for Wales and building our economy, maintaining access to the single market is critical to protect jobs and our agricultural industry and that is what I will continue to do. Ir kaip tas valstijas kursime? Tuo senuoju keliu, kaip visuomet buvo kuriama imperija — prievarta, rimbu, karais, krauju?
Janice Atkinson ENF. Why are we letting the odious Guy Verhofstadt dictate terms? He is only interested in one thing and that is himself. As the EU moves to a united states of Europe, we should be looking to our oldest friend, our ally, the United States of America. I agreed with him. Yes, and there is clapping in there for that. Against the Democrats. At a time when we should be valuing our friendship with the US above all friendships, you are taking the poison pill. How dare he?
As a Remainer, he is totally trying to sabotage a US deal. Yes, business does need certainty and that is why we should just walk away and move to WTO rules. Voters want an end to immigration.
This is unacceptable. I see she is nodding, so I would urge her to apologise for that and retract that comment. Mr Verhofstadt is not of my political family, he is not of my political group, but your comments today, Ms Atkinson, are way beyond the line. We are used to your nonsense, but personal abuse has no place in this Chamber.
I urge you to retract that comment. Diane James NI. But I am going to try. The EU objectives throughout the negotiations have been very clear: first, make the United Kingdom look as weak as possible internationally, and second, extract as much money as you possibly can from us.
There has been gloating in the Chamber this morning. There have also been lots of misleading statements. But I am going to ignore those and I am going to point out that the European Union would not be where it is now but for the United Kingdom joining in and contributing to the finance and international presence that you now have. So please, wake up, take a reality check, stop just focusing on Brexit in this Chamber, and get on with doing the job you were elected to do.
Daniel Caspary PPE. Wir haben am 1. Januar das Hochfest der Gottesmutter Maria. Sie ist die Schutzpatronin der Verirrten und Verfahrenen. It has just admitted that there has not yet been a discussion in government on what final outcome it actually wants. It has also done no impact assessments on what would it would cost to leave the Customs Union, nor on what it would cost British industry, agriculture or finance to leave the European Union.
Even phase one is put into question. Ministers have even said that the concept of keeping legislation aligned has no meaning in law. Despite agreeing on the outstanding budgetary commitments, Britain said it might not honour them. No such promise is given here to citizens, leaving them in limbo until the uncertain final agreement, unsure of their future status, unable to plan their future. Others promised the same — those Brexiteers who led us to believe they had thought this all through and had a plan.
Well, that proved to be a lie, just like the one on the bus. The Home Office letters to EU citizens have threatened deportation. Brits in other countries have not received assurances that they can retain all the freedoms they now have. Is it any wonder that people still feel anxious and terrified about their futures? I am furious for those who are left behind in limbo, and this agreement kicks many issues into the long grass.
This House is the voice of European citizens. They trust us to make the right call on this. We cannot and we will not turn our backs on them. I certainly will not. But time is running out. We must get on with dealing with trade, the environment, science, digital, security, fishing, agriculture, and all the rest.
But there were three issues to solve before the next phase — not two and a half, but three. For too many people, the future is still unclear. L'apertura mostrata dalla Commissione a possibili strumenti analoghi negli Stati membri rischia di minare lo stesso diritto europeo. The resolution we are debating today makes it clear that Brexit means losses on both sides, but there is a stark contrast in the way the two sides are approaching the negotiations.
The EU side have a clear and consistent position, and they have sheltered the EU citizens who are their responsibility, protecting their rights to travel and work and ensuring that the UK pays for the projects they depend on that we have already committed to in this budget period. To constituents who feel let down by the negotiations, it is important to recall that we can still step back. This is why the Green Party is demanding a final say and a democratic choice between the deal as negotiated — with all the trade-offs and disappointments — and continued membership of the European Union.
That decision was not conditional on any withdrawal agreement or any other factor. Eighteen months later, we still have not left and the leaving process is in a shambles.
They simply do not want to leave. Either way, the result of the referendum is being betrayed. It will never be too late for a patriotic government and parliament to take control and make Brexit happen. Gerolf Annemans ENF. Dat is namelijk dat hier in dit Huis, aan de kant van degenen die in de Europese Unie achterblijven, zich een soort van acceleratieneiging voordoet bij de voorstanders van de Europese Unie, bij de EU-federalisten.
Die zijn allemaal in een kramp geschoten alsof ze door de duivel achterna gezeten worden. Daarmee maakt hij het verklaarbaar waarom mensen als Schultz, Macron en anderen nu volop op het gaspedaal drukken. We moeten beseffen, vrienden die hier achterblijven, EU-critici: we gaan die Britten missen. I wish them all the best but will miss them.
Steven Woolfe NI. For days we have watched a cabal of political elitists wage an anti-democratic campaign in the UK to delay, damage and deny Brexit. But at Christmas time we are reminded that three wise men brought gifts to Jesus for a brighter future and, in that spirit, I offer three gifts to those Remainers in this Chamber and beyond: the gifts of hearing, hope and a heart. Hearing, so that the voice of those people who believe leaving the EU will make their lives better, brighter and freer is at long last heard by you.
Hope, so that someday you accept the result and start to move on. Finally, a heart, because those who you have abused by calling old, stupid and ignorant for voting to leave believe you do not have one. Happy Christmas and a joyous Brexit New Year. We are at the beginning of an arduous, complex, intensive process of drafting the withdrawal agreement with a number of issues of relevance remaining outstanding.
We also have ahead transition negotiations and the future relationship is still to be identified. The most difficult is yet to come. The transition period raises many legal issues which will have to be considered with the highest caution. It will have to provide for connection with the future framework, foreseeable at that time, and the talks on transition will precede the negotiations on the future relationship, so there is no reason to call transition an implementation phase.
But transition is not only about bridging with the future framework; it has its own challenges. It is true that there is no time to negotiate a bespoke transition agreement, so its major part will be the prolongation of the acquis, but it only looks simple. We have to bear in mind that the EU acquis is strongly interdependent in a legally and politically complex way and this is a challenge in itself, but there will also be parts of the transition deal going beyond prolongation of the acquis, and this will require in my view a strong credible joint oversight mechanism with a strong role for the European Commission on our side.
It lacks this kind of ambition — to start with, on the way to deliver the European Social Pillar, because we want to update social standards for all citizens, starting with young people, in all Member States.
For this, we need to have more powerful instruments to support convergence: real convergence, economic and social convergence. Take the reform package for Economic and Monetary Union: we welcome the fact that important movements will take place to introduce more democracy when it comes to the accountability of the European Stability Mechanism.
But let me be clear: if you want to have upward convergence, reforms are needed, but these are not enough; we need to have a stronger priority for investment, and this investment priority remains too weak in the integrated Fiscal Compact, too weak in the instrument to support convergence, too weak even in the so-called instrument to protect investment.
The only way to have stronger priority for investment is to have an upcoming Community budget with new own resources supporting stronger future—oriented investment. We need to get these, and we count on the Estonian Presidency to deliver on this. Peter van Dalen ECR. De brexit is schadelijk, politiek en economisch, voor beide partijen. Het politieke zwaartepunt in de Europese Unie verschuift dan richting het zuiden en we zien nu al welke wilde wensen voor nog meer Europa mijnheer Macron verkondigt.
De brexit is economisch schadelijk omdat het bruto binnenlands product van het Verenigd Koninkrijk stevige klappen gaat krijgen, maar ook dat van de Europese Unie en helaas ook dat van mijn land. Voor nu: snel door naar de tweede onderhandelingsfase. Beslist geen vechtscheiding, maar goede en redelijke afspraken.
Ook na moet we verder leven en werken met elkaar. We moeten het politieke en economische gat dat door dit vertrek ontstaat, zo klein houden als mogelijk is. Dat is in het belang van het Verenigd Koninkrijk en in het belang van de Europese Unie.
Ten slotte, in stemden miljoenen Britten voor de brexit. Die uitslag is niet alleen te wijten aan de tabloids of aan UKIP.
Er ligt een sentiment onder dat we ook in mijn land tegenkomen. Dit schreeuwt om bezinning, niet om de vlucht naar voren voor nog meer EU. Mr Barnier, you were clear. Mr Verhofstadt strengthened this by suggesting it should be done in the coming weeks, not months. With regard to the second strand, Mr Barnier, regarding Northern Ireland, again you were clear.
You said we need a specific solution for a unique situation, and I agree. But we need trust to continue these negotiations in good faith. Yes, we all recognise what political grandstanding is, but this process is way too important to be derailed by those who simply like the sound of their own voices.
People need to see the detail, the line—by—line, the policy—by—policy, the nitty—gritty. And in phase two, the promises of the shysters and charlatans who have so disgraced themselves even in their conduct today in this debate will be shown for what they are: a cruel deception of the people they claim to serve. This is the end of the beginning of this Brexit negotiation.
He is misleading the House by suggesting that Scots do not want to be in Britain or do not want to leave the European Union. That is an absolute travesty. In the EU we have the rather less holy trinity of Juncker, Schulz and Verhofstadt, each supporting the creation of a federal superstate.
Mr Verhofstadt believes the nations of Europe are dwarves that cannot prosper independently. In his State of the Union speech Mr Juncker unveiled a raft of new integrationist plans, and Mr Schulz left this place to go around Germany stirring up apathy about a United States of Europe. So you should let us leave the EU with good will. Instead, many of you seek to punish us and it is that spirit of pettiness that will in the end destroy all your grand plans. Merkel aussi.
Janusz Lewandowski PPE. Es braucht eigentlich nur den Mut, endlich die Verhandlungen aufzunehmen. Vielleicht geschieht ein Weihnachtswunder. James Nicholson ECR. While we should not underestimate the difficulties that lie ahead, we now have a real opportunity to agree a deep and comprehensive deal between the United Kingdom and the European Union.
It has always been the case that the best way to find solutions to the question of the border between the United Kingdom and the European Union is to discuss the trade and customs arrangements. None of us want to return to the borders of the past, but equally I cannot tolerate or accept anything that would create an internal UK east-west border.
The UK and the EU now have an opportunity to agree on a deal that works for all parties that can only be achieved if we work together and with cool heads. Let us move on from the grandstanding and the megaphone diplomacy in some parts of this debate. It is time for that, it is for sure not for the future. Franck Proust PPE.
Esto es lo que el presidente Tusk presenta en su documento. Por fin nos hemos puesto de acuerdo en divorciarnos. Este acuerdo no es el final de nada, es simplemente el principio de todo. The Irish Government, and indeed all of the Irish people, are very happy at the practical and sensible agreement announced last Friday, with the protection of the Good Friday Agreement, in all its parts, the preservation of the Common Travel Area and, above all, no hard border and full regulatory alignment to make that happen, which can be worked out in Phase 2.
Also, something which has not been mentioned enough is the willingness of the European Union to continue Peace Programme for Peace and Reconciliation and Interreg funding into the future, post-Brexit. And mentioning Peace, we do not want a hard border because there has been too much blood spilled in Ireland over the border, with a bloody civil war and 20 years of terror. Hopefully, she will get the backing of all her colleagues because this is not a time for disunity. We in Ireland are totally united, the European Union is totally united, and those in the United Kingdom have to stand behind Theresa May.
It is not helpful when people make statements that commitments are only statements of intent. A commitment is a commitment, a guarantee is a guarantee, and nothing else. She may, in her wisdom, teach some of her colleagues that old adage. Paulo Rangel PPE. E finalmente, tinha uma mensagem para o ministro do Brexit, Sr. You cannot have a hard border in Ireland and preserve the peace process.
You cannot have a hard border in the Irish Sea and preserve the four nations and the integrity of the United Kingdom. It is not taking back control, it is ceding it. The UK is constantly trumpeting diversity and multiculturalism. Esther de Lange PPE. First and foremost, for European citizens and their families, and indeed, as many colleagues have said, more guarantees are needed here. Yes, let us talk about trade, as that is also in the interests of our producers, our farmers, and our fishermen.
But let us be clear: access to the single market is not free. Finally, now that I am in the Christmas spirit anyway, let me warn this House against false prophets, like the Brexit prophet Nigel Farage, who, through nonsense, lies, and videotape, got his Brexit and then ran away. He talks about unelected bureaucrats but he betrayed his voters and, indeed, now he is absent.
He had his videotape, he will post his speech on all the social media. But let us promise our voters and our citizens one thing: the work in this House will have to be done by serious and maybe less flamboyant politicians, and that is us. So when we reconvene after Christmas, let us get to work in the interests of the European citizens and also the Brits.
Secondo: immigrazione e Dublino. Now we need to go on further with the aim of a friendly Brexit negotiated with the Government of the United Kingdom, not undermined by the political forces here who are not even represented in the British Parliament.
Second, when the EU gets smaller, we need to get taller; we need to develop new trade relations in order to support not only economic development, but also strengthen a liberal world order.
We need to ensure that we can have the strength in developing the European Union, not just by discussing form, but by securing that we have the right policies that can make our Union strong. Ich will an dieser Stelle auf die Bildungspolitik eingehen, die viel mehr Beachtung verdient als ihr bisher zuteilwurde. Viviane Reding, PPE. They promised economic benefits; instead, the pound and British growth are at their lowest point. They promised sovereignty; instead, the government is at the mercy of the DUP at home, and of trade partners abroad.
They promised global Britain; instead, they got a lonely Britain. They promised to take back control; instead, they are spinning out of control. I am saddened that the British people have fallen victim to political crooks and that the result is a divided and weakened UK. Thank you, Michel Barnier. Po drugi strani pa z upravljanjem z migracijami. I want to say thank you to Michel Barnier, not from me, but from the people I represent, from those people who live in Donegal, in Louth, in Cavan, in Monaghan, in Leitrim, the counties that border Northern Ireland, but also to the people of Armagh, Fermanagh, Tyrone and Derry, who link up with my constituents socially, from a business point of view, who see no invisible border, and want no visible border.
Through his patience and determination, Mr Barnier has secured for them a future of which they were very fearful. Sometimes in this House those who grandstand, arrive and make great speeches, walk out and ignore the realities of what we are talking about here today. It took your courage and determination, Michel. Have a good Christmas. You did hard work. I wanted to express my appreciation for the most pro-EU speech he has ever made in this House. I very much appreciate it — in fact, he praised the European Union!
Two remarks. First, as concerns Mr Barnier and the negotiations, congratulations. But there is really one issue that I would ask you to take into account, from the EP resolution, and that is the status of citizens because still, from a procedural point of view, there is insecurity for EU citizens.
I think it should be pure registration with the burden of proof residing with the United Kingdom. The second remark I would make is on the euro. I really would appreciate it if the summit could take an important step towards better governance in the euro area. You might ask why a Czech is placing such emphasis on this. Well, I would like to show the Czech citizens and Czech politicians for once that they cannot use the excuse of bad governance in the euro area, so we could have a serious debate on the introduction of the euro in the Czech Republic.
Milan Zver PPE. Je ne vois pas encore bien comment les choses peuvent se passer et quelle solution sera retenue au final. Marek Jurek ECR. But there is one thing that will drive this back, and that is triumphalism on either side. In particular, for people like Manfred Weber, I fear that his dislike of the UK is what drives him rather than his love for Ireland. I think it is love for Ireland that should drive it instead, because this is very important to us.
I am a Flanagan. My wife is a Kelly. Three of my six siblings were born in London. We need each other. We depend on each other. We work together. Manfred remember that with your triumphalism. Brian Hayes PPE. This has been a successful negotiation where we have stayed clear and we have come together, and we are stronger together.
On the behalf of my constituents in Ireland we thank you for that solidarity and that support. We have a duty now to reposition this debate, to go forward together. We need a new relationship with the United Kingdom based on mutual respect, based on cooperation. Just as Europe has stayed loyal to Ireland, so too will Ireland stay loyal on the question of the integrity of the single market.
Ma i fatti vanno in un'altra direzione: con la sua scelta, la Gran Bretagna ha compiuto un salto nell'ignoto, lontano da ogni progetto politico di lungo tempo.
Dobbiamo lasciare aperto uno spiraglio per quando i britannici vorranno tornare indietro. Je le dis juste en passant. Just one word about the context of these negotiations: they are difficult, and they are tough, very tough, because the issues are extremely complicated and because the consequences of the Brexit are very serious. I personally want to say, in response to a Member of the House of Commons, that Prime Minister Theresa May is courageous and respectable. I certainly respect her.
I will convey them to the President of the European Council. One observation from me, though. That is good. And when I hear this discussion this morning in this House, I notice a slight a similarity with a wider topic, that of migration, to be discussed by our leaders later this week. It is clear to everybody that solutions to the migration crisis can only be comprehensive. Esto es lo que el presidente Tusk presenta en su carta.
La propuesta resulta antieuropea porque quebranta uno de los principales pilares del proyecto europeo: la solidaridad. Vaak gaat het om gezinnen met meerdere nationaliteiten. Het is niet voor niets dat vier van de vijf punten uit de resolutie die nu voorligt, gaan over de rechten van burgers.
Ondanks dat May heeft gezegd dat de rechten van beide groepen hetzelfde blijven nadat het Verenigd Koninkrijk de EU heeft verlaten, begrijp ik hun zorgen.
Immers, er zijn nog geen harde garanties. Maar daarmee houden mijn zorgen niet op. Hoe staat het immers bijvoorbeeld met de sociale rechten van onze burgers? Dit onderwerp lijkt ondergesneeuwd te worden, maar met de onlangs afgekondigde sociale pijler is het des te belangrijker. Deze pijler is mede namens het VK ondertekend. Het kan niet zo zijn dat de uitkomst van de onderhandelingen betekent dat de sociale bescherming, zowel in het Verenigd Koninkrijk als de Europese Unie, wordt uitgehold.
Sterker nog: concurrentie inzake sociale bescherming is gewoon onacceptabel. Ez komoly hiba. Weiters muss alles unternommen werden, um zu verhindern, dass das UK sich nach dem Brexit mit Steuergoodies als Finanzschauplatz profiliert und zu einer neuen Steueroase wird. Es gibt noch viel zu tun! La Asamblea, puesta en pie, recibe con aplausos a los galardonados. Pero a veces no es suficiente. Este premio es igualmente para ellos. Aunque algunos pretendan cambiar la historia, estamos hermanados desde entonces.
Esa es la misma mano que los venezolanos ofrecimos en el siglo XX a miles y miles de europeos que emigraron con las cicatrices de la guerra en sus almas y en sus cuerpos. Entre ellos, mis propios padres y mis abuelos. La hace suya Venezuela entera y unida. Lo reciben quienes luchan por los derechos humanos en Venezuela. Lo reciben los periodistas venezolanos, que se arriesgan toda la vida para mostrar la realidad que pretende ser silenciada.
La tragedia es evidente y dolorosa. Es una exigencia que clama al cielo y que hemos presentando en todas las instancias nacionales e internacionales. Casi a diario nos empujan a odiarlos, pero no han logrado hacerlo ni lo vamos a hacer.
Pero tampoco perdemos la esperanza ni dejaremos de luchar hasta que veamos una Venezuela libre y de todos los venezolanos.
No hemos dejado de levantar nuestra voz pese al efecto distorsionante de la censura y la propaganda. Nos mantenemos firmes en todos los espacios y en todos los terrenos posibles. Por eso, estamos obligados a rescatarlo. Es una lucha que nos convoca a todos y exige lo mejor de todos nosotros.
Este premio lo queremos convertir en flores. Que este trofeo lo convirtamos en flores para llevarlo a la tumba de Franklin Brito. Y en la cara y en el rostro y en el nombre de Franklin Brito veo a los campesinos, a los agricultores, a los ganaderos venezolanos que han sufrido los embates del autoritarismo porque sus predios, sus fincas, su propiedad privada han sido una y otra vez invadidos.
Este es un homenaje para los seres humanos que han dejado de existir simplemente porque no tienen a la mano un medicamento. Es un pueblo que lucha por su supervivencia. Y para poder ser libres tenemos que tener libertad. No estamos buscando a Dios por los rincones. No estamos atizando el fuego en los cuarteles o en las guarniciones.
Queremos que Venezuela recupere su libertad y su convivencia. Por eso, amigas y amigos, este premio nos refuerza. Que abramos camino a la concordia. I think we should also send congratulations to the opposition party both for the manner in which the election campaign was conducted, and for the peaceful aftermath and transition.
Once again, Somaliland has demonstrated to the world its commitment to democracy and the rule of law, and surely now deserves to be admitted as a fully-fledged recognised state. La mia lettera al Presidente Rouhani, con la quale chiedevo il rilascio di Djalali e un giusto processo, non ha finora avuto risposta.
Credo che questo debba essere preso in considerazione dall'Aula nel momento in cui si discutono i rapporti tra Unione europea e Turchia. Per i risultati delle votazioni e altri dettagli che le riguardano: vedasi processo verbale. Jeppe Kofod, rapporteur. We are now reaching a milestone in the fight against money laundering, tax evasion and tax avoidance with the adoption of these recommendations against these phenomena.
We have a chance now to see whether it is not only talk but also action in the fight against tax evasion and money laundering. We need to put an end to the race to the bottom on corporate taxation and regulation in Europe. We need to put an end to the situation where the super rich, global corrupt elite are above the tax law and above the law as such.
This is a chance in this Parliament to show that we are on the side of the citizens, and I hope you will all vote for these recommendations and give a strong signal to Europe and to the rest of the world. Rainer Wieland PPE. Daniel Hannan ECR. It is a pity because we ought to be approaching these talks in a spirit of seeking mutually beneficial outcomes.
You rarely hear a speech by the British Prime Minister in which she does not look forward to a warm and close partnership with the EU and wish our neighbours every success. That is, of course, a great interest of ours.
We want the EU 27 to be stable and prosperous, but it would be a very sad thing if that lack of reciprocal goodwill were to lead to a suboptimal outcome. Your prosperity will matter to the UK in all situations. We want to have wealthy customers next door. Presumably the same logic applies both ways round. Will the commitments made on Northern Ireland be upheld in practice?
Will Northern Ireland become collateral damage in the Brexit negotiations? Will my son be able to reside, educate himself and get a good career in the UK if he marries somebody from Northern Ireland?
The signals from the British Government have been clearly confusing. Mr Davis said yesterday that the agreement is not a legally enforceable thing. Sorry, but what does that mean? We need time to stop this confusion: the UK Government must stick to its commitments and translate them into legally binding text.
We are worried about peace in Northern Ireland and that must be valued higher than the internal power struggle in the British Government. Jan Zahradil ECR. As the clock is ticking, it is important to break the deadlock. Congratulations and full support to the EU negotiator Michel Barnier. An agreement is an agreement. The commitment must now be cast in stone, but polarisation and lack of clarity in the UK is hampering the process. We need to know what Downing Street wants.
I also fully support Irish people in ensuring continued free movement between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. I just do not see how to avoid a hard border when the UK leaves the single market. The Treaty principles are non-negotiable. The internal market with its freedom is indivisible.
The time has come to tell the truth about the consequences of leaving the single market. Even the best free-trade agreement is a setback compared to single market benefits. There is no soft Brexit, and I conclude: only damage control. Now negotiations should proceed with calm, focusing on the long-term interests of the people of the UK and of the EU. I fully supported this resolution, because it means we can move forward and in the new year we will face discussions on the transition phase and on a future partnership with the United Kingdom.
As has been said here in this House, we all want a good relationship going into the future with our UK neighbours and partners, but I will repeat my concerns around the ultimate solution to the Irish border question.
Today, the United Kingdom is part of the single market and customs union and the situation on the border is invisible, as we want it to continue. It would be the best solution to the conundrum if the United Kingdom would remain in the single market and the customs union, although we know that if that is not the case they will still have to come forward with very unique solutions to solve this conundrum.
Deirdre Clune PPE. I am pleased that we have reached a point where we can now say, as a Parliament, that sufficient progress has been made in Phase 1 and we can move on to Phase 2.
That was very important and the efforts that they made to understand that issue are to be commended and are well-recognised where I come from; we thank them for that. What has been stated now is that the status quo will remain on the island of Ireland, that the freedom of the movement that is there between two communities will continue, that trade will continue unimpeded, and that this is very important and will remain for the future agreement, whatever that may be, between the United Kingdom and the European Union.
I am pleased that this resolution calls them out on that, but we need to be very vigilant — that is the European Parliament, the EU negotiators and the Irish Government. The north of our country cannot be pushed back or placed under the yoke of British self—interest once more. This resolution gives us the means to ensure that this does not happen. It gives us the means to protect the Good Friday Agreement, including trade and open borders, as well as rights and equality. We are not there yet; we have not achieved the full outworkings of ensuring that all of Ireland remains together within all the EU frameworks yet.
The agreement provides the scope to achieve that. We must redouble our efforts if we are going to get to that essential position. Po prostu nie starczy nam czasu. Morten Messerschmidt ECR. Men der er grund til at minde Kommissionen og alle andre herinde om, at Brexit om kort tid er en realitet.
Storbritannien skal nok klare sig. But the question before this House is whether or not the negotiations have made sufficient progress, and unlike October — when there was no joint agreement to vote on — it is clear that progress has been made, but sufficient progress means just that: not a conclusion. We have made a start for those people, but there is much more to be done. Lobby your MPs at Westminster, and make sure that you have a meaningful vote and they have a meaningful vote on the final deal.
El Presidente. Gianni Pittella, autore. Se vogliamo rafforzare la protezione delle nostre frontiere esterne, spesso qui, in quest'Aula, si dice che dobbiamo rafforzare la protezione delle frontiere esterne. Ai nostri concittadini bulgari, rumeni e croati abbiamo sempre detto una cosa semplice: chi rispetta i criteri di Schengen ha diritto ad aderire allo spazio Schengen. Fatelo, e avrete l'apprezzamento e il ringraziamento dei Socialisti e Democratici.
Fatelo sullo spazio Schengen! The decision, which applied as of December , marked a significant step forward for the benefit of people travelling in the enlarged Schengen area with no internal border controls.
In recent years we have been faced with migratory pressures and terrorist threats to an extent not seen before. This has put the Schengen area under heavy pressure, but we have not remained idle. Many steps have been taken to sustain the full and proper functioning of Schengen, and many proposals are in the pipeline.
At the Justice and Home Affairs Council in October this year, ministers had an extensive exchange of views on Schengen, particularly on the proposed Schengen border, the Borders Code Amendments, in relation to temporary internal border controls. While progress has been made on a number of files, a number of questions remain outstanding, with internal border controls in place in six countries in the Schengen area. It is therefore necessary for us to further intensify our work to get back to normal operation of Schengen, including viable alternatives to internal border controls.
Ministers had a good and constructive debate, and even if there are diverging views on some issues, there is a general consensus that we must do our utmost to reinstall and strengthen our trust in Schengen. And, in direct relation to the issue discussed in our debate today, Ministers also reflected on how we can move forward on the pending full application of the Schengen acquis in Bulgaria and Romania.
However, the decision to fully apply the Schengen acquis for the two countries, for which we need unanimity, is still outstanding. The improved situation regarding migratory pressures, and expected early agreement on a number of the measures currently under discussion, could perhaps change the situation.
As for Croatia, it is still in the process of being evaluated in the run-up to full application of the Schengen acquis. The Council has already adopted several implementing decisions setting out recommendations to address the deficiencies identified with a view to Croatia fulfilling the conditions necessary for the application of the Schengen acquis.
Dimitris Avramopoulos, Member of the Commission. I know that this was — and remains — a priority for all political groups. Only some days ago we also had a fruitful and frank discussion in the Justice and Home Affairs Council with the Ministers of the Interior. Let me start by highlighting the following. No matter how much work we collectively do in the three institutions, in the end, we will be judged by our success or failure only on three or four topics.
Schengen is one of them. For our citizens, it is the symbol of the European Union itself. It is the most tangible example of European integration.
It represents all the rights and benefits of being European, as it is closely connected to the freedom of movement and the notion of European citizenship. You all know my personal commitment to safeguarding and upholding Schengen since the very first moment I took office. We said in the past that a unified Schengen is a stronger Schengen. We are convinced that Bulgaria, Romania and also Croatia, as soon as it is ready, should fully join the Schengen family. This will enlarge the area of free movement and make the Schengen tools perform better and thus increase security.
They were positively assessed between and As you know, it is now for the Council to decide on the lifting of internal border controls with Bulgaria and Romania unanimously, and it is high time that this happened. Our discussion with the Interior Ministers last week left me optimistic that there is agreement that this issue must now again be seriously considered. As far as Croatia is concerned, we are working closely with the authorities to identify the areas where improvements are still necessary in order to positively conclude all the Schengen evaluations as soon as possible.
This will allow us in the Commission to complete the first stage and conclude that Croatia is also ready to join Schengen. Then it will again be for the Council to decide. The Schengen evaluations in and verify the necessary conditions for the application of all relevant parts of the acquis. In some areas, Croatia meets the necessary conditions for joining Schengen.
In other areas, further improvement is required, and we stand by the Croatian authorities to continue with the same commitment. A full implementation of the Schengen acquis will also allow the drawing of full benefits from systems such as a Schengen Information System and the Visa Information System in relations between Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia and the other Schengen states.
It would also allow them to implement the Entry—Exit System in the most efficient way, without installing it in border sections which would become internal borders after their accession to Schengen. The implementation of the EES will be a particular challenge for Croatia given its long land border. Here the European Union is willing to provide support. Finally, the setting up of the ADS will strengthen the management of the external borders and therefore Schengen.
Fully joining Schengen is not only politically fair, but it is also needed from a security point of view, because the internal security of one Member State is the internal security of all and the security of all our citizens. I hope that we can welcome these Member States to Schengen soon following a positive decision by the Council. As I said before, from the moment that I took office, I have been advocating that we need a strong and unified Schengen.
Today I would like to commend and to praise the authorities of the three countries for their commitment. We are running the last mile. Let us run it all together. Today the Parliament and the Commission, tomorrow the Council. It is a dream come true. After World War II, few people could imagine that one day Europe would be united and living in peace. Seventy-two years after, borders between European countries do not exist any more.
They exist only on maps and in the heads of those who want to destroy the Union. Four hundred million nationals of more than 25 different states travelling free with no passport check, with no border controls and within a single country: this is what Europeans have accomplished, and we have to be very proud of it.
But Schengen will not be completed until all members who want to be part of it have the chance to join. My Group has a clear position on this: any Member State that fulfils the membership criteria should join Schengen, and the truth is that Bulgaria and Romania fulfil these criteria. Already in this House adopted the Coelho report confirming that Romania and Bulgaria were sufficiently well prepared, and regarding Croatia, even if they have not yet fulfilled all the conditions, they are making great progress.
In this situation, trying to politicise this debate with different issues is a huge mistake. First, because these three countries are not in the same situation, and second, because accession to Schengen cannot be mixed with the cooperation and verification mechanism.
The decision on accession to Schengen must be based on technical criteria, and a delay based on political reasons is simply unacceptable. There are no first-class and second-class countries.
We are all European countries and we all deserve the best. That is why we stand today with our Romanian, Croatian and Bulgarian colleagues. This is what we can all call solidarity, and the day we stop showing solidarity among us is the day we will lose the right to call ourselves Europeans.
We ask the Council to please do all that they can. As was already said, it is difficult to imagine the European Union today without Schengen. This is a very tangible expression of our solidarity and of the freedom and unity of European citizens, and it brings a lot of economic benefits — but not for all Europeans. For six years now, Bulgaria and Romania have fulfilled the criteria for membership, and what is happening is a double standard and treating the two countries in a discriminatory way.
It should be stopped, because it may look as though this is an issue only for Bulgaria and Romania, but it affects very fundamental issues and principles of the European Union.
First, it is about credibility if we as a Union follow our own rules. We do not. Second, the economic benefits will bring benefits to all citizens of the European Union. Thirdly, it is about security. Instead of wasting money for internal controls, we should strengthen through resources and enough financing the external borders of the Union.
This is what is needed; this is what is effective. We often complain that anti-European forces, populists, are using arguments against the European Union.
This is one of the cases, because it shows injustice to too many European citizens, and now the European Council has to do its job, which is not performed — an injustice has to be stopped. This should be a very clear message from the European Parliament today.
Zij moesten een inhaalbeweging maken en noodzakelijke hervormingen doorvoeren. Ook de bestrijding van corruptie en georganiseerde misdaad moest worden opgevoerd. De Commissie volgt sindsdien de situatie op via het mechanisme voor samenwerking en toetsing, kortweg CVM genaamd.
De overheid had ordonnanties uitgevaardigd om fiscale misdrijven door de vingers te zien en politieonderzoeken en rechtszaken te dwarsbomen, dit alles om corrupte machtshebbers aan de macht te houden. Ik vroeg de Europese Commissie de zaak op te volgen. Als wij beoordelen of deze drie EU-lidstaten in aanmerking komen, moeten wij de CVM-rapporten van november centraal stellen. Zo ook de bepalingen inzake georganiseerde criminaliteit. Het Schengengebied kent immers geen interne grenzen.
Het is dus van fundamenteel belang om te vermijden dat wij op die manier criminaliteit importeren naar onze contreien. Er valt echter weinig vooruitgang te noteren. Ja, er zijn positieve ontwikkelingen, maar onvoldoende. Er moeten echt meer inspanningen worden geleverd vooraleer politiek groen licht kan worden gegeven. During the last few years, this historical achievement has been put under threat.
Under pressure caused by the collapse of the asylum system in and the unwillingness of certain Member States to address the obvious flaws in the Dublin regulation, we have seen a domino effect in play among Member States as they start to reintroduce border controls. The Schengen area also faces another fundamental challenge, namely the discrimination against Bulgaria and Romania. Both of these EU countries have for a long time now fulfilled all the criteria for joining the Schengen area but are still being refused access by other Member States of this Union, and for political reasons alone.
This is unacceptable and has to come to an end. We cannot, on the one hand, criticise certain Member States for not respecting due process and then ignore ourselves the rules that we have set up for accession to the Schengen zone!
I am proud that this Parliament always fights for the Union and for the rights of its citizens. Today, I would like to reach out to Romanian and Bulgarian citizens and say that you enjoy the same rights and the same values as any other European citizen!
Member States need to show respect for common agreements, allow for the full integration of these two countries into the Schengen area without any further delay, and allow the full integration of Croatia as well, as soon as it meets the criteria. That is the European ideal, and that is being expressed by Schengen. Every Member State has the right, but even the obligation, to join Schengen as soon as it fulfils the criteria for the common membership.
And those conditions, those criteria, are very clear. They are crystal clear and the procedures should not be changed in the middle of the process. Precisely because Schengen is so important, it is such an important right for all European citizens, it cannot be withheld from particular Member States and from their citizens.
It is a right, and we cannot allow second-class citizens to be established. Another rightful expectation of citizens is that the rule of law be upheld. If we are looking now at Romania, this does not seem to be totally guaranteed. We are very worried about the proposed changes to the justice laws that are currently being discussed and debated in the Romanian parliament, and EU citizens in Romania are expecting Europe to do something about it.
I think we absolutely have to do something, and I want to thank those people in Romania who go out on the street and demonstrate for their rights, for democracy, and are telling all of us, all the time reminding us, that democracy is more than going to vote once in a while, it is more than having the rule of the majority.
It tells us that there is also the responsibility of the majority for all citizens. We stand with you. But it is very clear that Schengen is also and especially for those people — they are European citizens, they need to be allowed to travel freely like everyone.
I am also very proud that the European Parliament has been very clear on this all the time and now it is time for the Council to act, and I hope it will do this very soon. For as we all know, and yet many choose to deny, having no border checks at the internal borders helps to facilitate the free movement of terrorists and the free movement of weapons.
It assists criminal gangs by allowing them to easily transport illegal drugs. It also plays a significant role in facilitating human trafficking across the EU.
Citizens in our own countries ask our governments to commit to some core responsibilities. One of the most important of these is to ask that our people can feel safe. I would ask you to consider this, because it is something that is very seriously at risk here and people constantly ask us about safety and governments keeping the people safe.
Dar Schengen trebuie tratat, de asemenea, separat. We demand it now!
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