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Subject: Use of insects as animal protein in feed. Subject: Take-up of funds for integrated urban regeneration and housing renovation. Subject: Bilateral readmission agreements between Member States. Subject: The rights of persons with disabilities in the EU. Subject: Coronal hole on the surface of the sun — disruption of European communications. Subject: Destruction of woodland in Guinea-Bissau. Subject: IMF proposal for a new labour reform in Spain. Subject: Flood relief from the European Solidarity Fund.
Subject: Evacuation of areas in cases of natural disaster. Subject: Problems faced by European manufacturers of solar cells and solar modules. Subject: Independent assessment of patent office decision practice. Subject: Software patents awarded by the European Patent Office. Tsoukalas to the Commission. Subject: Generic drugs and healthy competition in the European pharmaceutical industry.
Subject: Introduction of the European electronic road toll service. Subject: State of preparedness for forest fires during the summer. Subject: Shortfall in programme funding for migrants and asylum-seekers in Greece. Subject: Quality of drinking water in the capitals of Member States.
Subject: Increase in terrorist attacks in the Middle East: the Iraq case. Subject: Fundamental challenges for food supplements 2. Subject: Cases of violence and abuse in Europe in crisis. Subject: Investigation into Chinese telecom sector. Subject: Compensation for families of victims of factory fire in Pakistan. Subject: Compensation for victims of crime abroad. Subject: Genetic defects in donated sperm cells: lack of timely reporting. Subject: Precautionary support programme for Portugual.
Subject: Possible infringement of public procurement legislation at the expense of AnsaldoBreda. Subject: Free trade agreement with the US: protecting European agriculture must be a priority. Subject: Protection of bees and the temporary ban on neonicotinoid-based pesticides. Subject: Possibility of economic and social development funding being used improperly in connection with the hosting of international sporting events in Brazil. Subject: The eco-mafia phenomenon: alarming data for Europe and developing countries.
Subject: More accurate and less invasive screening method to detect Down's syndrome and other genetic foetal abnormalities. Subject: Lack of transparency in subsidies to NGOs. Subject: IMD 2 proposal and subsidiarity and proportionality principles. Subject: Strengthening of communications networks. Subject: Good news about the reduction in the price of roaming and the resulting legal uncertainty.
Subject: Consequences of the fourth railway package. Subject: More damaging activities at a site of Community importance. Subject: Possible effects of pollution in the atmosphere on health. Subject: Anti-dumping tariffs against Chinese solar panels. Subject: Classification as secret of Poland's request for a derogation from the common system of value added tax with reference to motor vehicles, their fuels and other running expenses.
Subject: European Arrest Warrant — changes to the Croatian law on judicial cooperation in criminal matters with Member States. Subject: Compiling data on disability and education. Subject: Teacher training — embracing diversity. Subject: Protecting small and medium enterprises against misleading advertising.
Subject: Penalisation of Italian wine exports due to Russian import duties. Subject: Chinese workshops damaging small footwear companies in the Veneto region. Subject: Spread of slot machine arcades threatening local safety and law and order. Subject: Italian industry's response to the crisis: the example of Helios Technology workers. Subject: An innovative cap to guarantee the integrity of products and consumer safety.
Subject: E colouring Cochineal, Carmine, Carminic acid. Subject: Delays in revising the Package Travel Directive. Subject: Commission funding of sports and tourism facilities in Poland. Subject: Compliance with rules on state aid for the financing of infrastructure projects. Subject: Restrictions on use of social media in Turkey. Stassen to the Commission. Subject: Turkey's desire to bring Twitter under control.
Subject: Proposed amendments to Poland's tax code. Subject: Support for organisations defending Christians' rights and fighting to preserve the EU's cultural foundations. Subject: emergency number for people in urgent emotional distress. Subject: Commission measures to tackle the debt crisis in the Member States.
Subject: Activities of anti-democratic parties in the EU. Subject: Reducing the marketing of alcohol in sports. Subject: Competition and Innovation Programme, large-scale pilot project. Subject: Gender equality and women's rights in Namibia. Subject: Monitoring of waste-water treatment in Prague. Subject: Incinerator at Montale Province of Pistoia : further information on the possible violation of health and environmental protection rules.
Subject: Protection of Syria's artistic heritage. Subject: Monitoring of the use of subsidies, particularly in Egypt. Stassen to the Council. Subject: Council's intention to open a new chapter in the negotiations with Turkey. Subject: Review by the Commission of Spanish mortgage legislation. Subject: Environmental flow in the final stretch of the Ebro River. Subject: New Unesco biosphere reserve: final reaches of the River Ebro. Subject: How far is the Commission responsible for the failure of the economic strategy?
Subject: Behaviour of European companies around the world. Subject: Possible funding for the implementation of a social reintegration and public awareness-raising project. Subject: Fruit and vegetables for children before they first start school. Subject: Altering the maximum duration of night flights. Subject: Excess pollutant emissions from light-duty vehicles.
Subject: Harmonisation of hygiene standards for materials in contact with drinking water. Subject: Large-scale compulsory expropriation affecting ethnic minorities: events in Sri Lanka. Subject: Clashes between Sunnis and Shias in Egypt. Subject: Vietnamese activist on hunger strike against prison conditions. Subject: Trafficking of women to China from neighbouring countries.
Subject: Privatisation of water companies in Greece. Subject: Funding of pig rearing in crates and stalls in non-EU countries. Subject: Ending of negotiations and impact on IPA funding. Subject: Invitations to tender for gas distribution. Subject: Castor Project: common rules for the internal market in natural gas. Subject: Castor project and common rules for the internal natural gas market.
Subject: Castor project: common rules for the internal market in natural gas. Subject: Human papilloma virus vaccinations in Japan. Subject: Poll on Germany's dominant role in the EU. Subject: Possible unfair business practices affecting newsagents. Subject: Court finds Republic of Serbia responsible for downing of helicopter on 7 January Merkies to the Commission.
Subject: Minister of Finance's proposal to the Commission to restrict the full deduction of VAT from company car purchases for another five years. Subject: Liquidation of Kowent sp. Subject: Wave of Syrian refugees emigrating to neighbouring countries. Subject: Concerns about violations of European values in Hungary and Bulgaria.
Subject: Action against growing anti-Semitism in Europe. Subject: End of preferential access to the EU market for African countries. Subject: Riots following the presidential elections in Venezuela. Subject: Simplification of visa relations between the EU and Ukraine. Subject: The constitutional situation in Hungary. Subject: The common agricultural policy and the issue of discrimination. Subject: The common agricultural policy and fair direct payments.
Subject: The common agricultural policy and the crisis. Subject: Gender equality in securing access to goods and services. Subject: Economic competition and the crisis period. Subject: Demographic data and personal data protection. Subject: EU Member States are encouraged to adopt measures against tax evasion.
Subject: Developing countries and EU trade policy. Subject: The fight against xenophobia and discrimination. Subject: Cooperation and Verification Mechanism for Bulgaria. Subject: Implementation of the Working Time Directive in the context of public procurement. Subject: Correctness of the information provided in the context of the aid authorisation procedure for Berlin-Brandenburg airport. Subject: Plans to introduce EU-wide motorway tolls. Subject: Youth migration to countries outside the European Union.
Subject: Conduct of the German Jugendamt towards Polish children. Subject: Employee vocational training in the EU. Subject: Damage caused by wild animals and strays. Subject: Possible funding for setting up a museum of vintage civil, military and commercial vehicles in Rome. Subject: Possible infringement of environmental protection and public health regulations by the Tivoli municipal authorities.
Subject: Rights of children of incarcerated parents. Subject: Illegal activities of organised criminals in games arcades. Subject: Toothbrushes from China: no protection for consumers. Subject: Use of derivatives by the Member States. Subject: Availability of Schengen visas in Polish consulates in Belarus.
Subject: Consumer protection through high quality broadband Internet connections. Subject: Reduction in the special excise duty SED on heating fuel or motor fuel for the Greek islands. However, the Commission is currently assessing the recent policy measures adopted in Spain and it will consider further action from or at EU level, if necessary.
Has the Commission completed its assessment of the recent policy measures adopted in Spain? The Commission's assessment of the compatibility of the Spanish Law on tax measures for energy sustainability, officially adopted by the Spanish Congress on 20 December is currently ongoing.
In addition, the Commission is assessing several new measures changing renewable energy support schemes adopted in , with the view to conclude its analysis on whether or not to take action at EU level, if appropriate, by the end of Should Spain still not comply, the Commission may bring Spain back to the Court in accordance with Article 2 TFEU and only at this stage, lump sums or penalty payments may be requested.
If not, what steps does the Commission plan to take to ensure that Spain complies with the ruling of the Court of Justice of the EU? The Commission services are in contact with the Spanish Government concerning the formulation of such new rules. En el caso de Grecia, el asunto investigado afecta a la cadena DIA. Members of the association claim that DIA has engaged in illegal and deceitful activities to serve its own interests, at the direct expense of its franchise holders. The chain is also said to have breached the labour regulations in force regarding employee working times and payment methods.
It is also alleged to have subjected its franchise holders to force and coercion for defending their interests against practices such as transferring costs to franchise holders and reducing margins. Does the Commission have evidence of any commercial activities pursued by DIA which breach the rules governing the single market?
Has the Commission taken any steps, in which DIA is involved, to defend the single market and consumers? Despite the fact that there is no specific competition legislation concerning franchises, certain behaviour such as limiting franchises' freedom to price their products could constitute a violation of competition law.
However, it is likely that this might best be addressed at national level by the Spanish competition authorities. Indeed, in the EU, a number of investigations have been carried out by National Competition Authorities NCAs regarding anticompetitive practices of supermarket operators in their franchising networks. In particular, the Greek, Swedish, Finnish and Romanian NCAs have been investigating antitrust cases dealing with resale price maintenance imposed by large supermarket chains in their franchise networks.
The Greek case refers to the supermarket chain DIA. The French competition authority also indicated its concerns about several potential barriers to exit related to franchise contracts, such as the long duration, post-contractual non-competition clauses, etc 2.
Gibt es bereits Bestrebungen innerhalb der Kommission, ein solches Zentralregister oder ein vergleichbares System einzurichten? Dieses System besteht seit April Die Kommission leistet technische Hilfe. When administering justice, the national courts may consider it significant whether the accused already has a criminal record — and if so, what offence was committed and what the sentence was.
In Germany, this information is contained in a central criminal register Bundeszentralregister. Coordinating this across borders seems to be far more difficult. In practice, exchanging data is easier with some countries than with others. Yet, as mentioned, these data are extremely important. Is the Commission already trying to set up a central criminal register or similar system?
In the EU three existing legal instruments concern the exchange of information of criminal records: the framework Decision on exchange of information on criminal records 6 , the ECRIS Decision 7 and the framework Decision on taking account of previous convictions 8.
As Member States could not agree on a central system, the European Criminal Records Information System allows for decentralized, computerised exchanges of information extracted from criminal records for criminal proceedings and other purposes between Member States, for example screening procedures for employment. The system has been operational since April It enables the transmission of over 65 messages per month, currently between 23 Member States, and provides Courts with highly relevant information about previous convictions.
The Commission gives technical support to the system. Seit dem 1. Wie bewertet die Kommission die Verwendung von Insekten als tierische Proteine in der landwirtschaftlichen Nutztierhaltung? As from 1 June the feeding of non-ruminant processed proteins to fish and other organisms in aquaculture has been permitted once again. Consideration is also being given to the use in the future of processed animal protein from poultry in pig feed and of processed animal protein from pigs in poultry feed, as soon as validated diagnostic methods are available to monitor the ban on animals re-entering their own foodchain.
However insects reared under controlled conditions before being dried and ground into meal can also make a valuable contribution to rebalancing the protein deficit in the rearing of farm animals. Is the Commission planning to relax the feed ban on processed animal protein from dried and ground invertebrates? The Commission considers that protein of insect origin has the potential of being a useful form of protein for animal feed.
The Commission is keeping this issue under review and will be prepared to propose modifications to the current rules where appropriate. Since , the European Regional Development Fund ERDF has been able to finance programmes for housing renovation and the regeneration of urban centres in all Member States, in particular energy efficiency and integrated urban regeneration projects aimed at supporting vulnerable communities. The regulations were modified twice later in the programming period, after which housing investments became possible, to a limited extent, in all Member States.
Cohesion policy management is shared between the EU and the Member States and information at the level requested by the Honourable Member is difficult to estimate. However, in the field of energy efficiency, some EUR 9.
For Greece, the Community contribution allocated to energy efficiency projects amounts to EUR 71 million. For integrated urban and rural regeneration projects, the EU contribution is EUR million and for social infrastucture the amount is EUR million. However, the available information does not permit the identification of amounts specifically allocated in favour of vulnerable communities in each area of intervention. The Commission suggests that the Honourable Member contact directly the managing authority of the programmes, in the Ministry of Development.
Can the Commission state how many students from third-level institutions in Ireland participated in the Erasmus programme during the years , and ? The participation of students from Irish higher education institutions in Erasmus student mobility has evolved over the last three years as follows. Can the Commission estimate the economic benefits for the European Union of a successful Canada-EU Free Trade Agreement, and can the Commission provide an update on the status of the negotiations that are currently ongoing between both parties?
Any comprehensive trade and economic agreement CETA between EU and Canada would cover key issues of relevance to creating a modern trade and investment environment, from ambitious new market access opportunities to clear rules for European and Canadian businesses and investors. The study shows that half of the total expected GDP gains for the EU are related to trade in services, a quarter to the removal of tariffs and the remaining quarter from dismantling non-tariff barriers.
It is also expected that once implemented, an agreement would increase two-way bilateral trade in goods and services by As regards the status of the CETA negotiations, these are now in their final phase. The Commission has had very intense discussions with Canada during May and the first half of June. While important progress has been made, a number of key outstanding issues remain with respect to some aspects of investment protection and public procurement as well as agricultural market access and the protection of geographical indications.
The Commission remains committed to finalise the CETA negotiations as swiftly as possible but in respect of the EU's negotiating mandate. Although very close to conclusion, the final agreement on CETA will require further constructive efforts from both sides and the Commission remains in close contact with Canadian counterparts to this end.
Can the Commission estimate the broad economic benefits for the European Union of a successful US-EU Free Trade Agreement, and can the Commission provide an update on the status of the negotiations that are currently ongoing between both parties, following the mandate achieved by the Irish Presidency?
Before taking the decision to request a negotiating mandate from the Council, the Commission carried out an impact assessment to estimate the economic benefits of a potential agreement with the US. This analysis is publicly available The Commission has published information about it on its website 11 and will regularly update the members of the International Trade Committee of the European Parliament in line with the framework Agreement between the Commission and the Parliament.
Esto sigue siendo aplicable en el estado actual del proceso. Am In der Folge werden in dem Prozess, der bis April ausgesetzt wurde, die nach dem As a result, the trial, which has been postponed until April , will not retain any of the witness accounts and arguments made after 19 April, that is to say, none of the courageous testimonies describing the horror of systematic rape, torture, murder, starvation and forced displacement, nor the final sentence that the previous court had ordered.
Moreover, I consider it fundamental that the national judiciary system has taken on the case instead of a foreign tribunal. This holds true at the current state of the process. Readmission agreements have been a focal point of a common European policy on migration.
Nevertheless, while a lot of research and development has been conducted on readmission agreements between Member States and third countries, there is a plethora of bilateral agreements solely between EU countries, such as the agreements between Italy and Austria 1 April , Italy and Greece 18 April or the agreement between Italy and Malta 29 November Are such bilateral agreements between Member States compatible with existing European legislation, such as the Schengen Code and Convention or the asylum acquis concerning the allocation of responsibility between Member States?
Given that these agreements were signed before the legislation referred to above, are they still valid today? If so, does the Commission have a regularly updated inventory of, and is it monitoring, all bilateral agreements linked to readmission concluded between Member States? There are, however, two exceptions to this rule:. Article 6 2 provides that third-country nationals staying illegally on the territory of a Member State and holding a valid permit of another Member State shall be required to go to the territory of that other Member State immediately.
Article 6 3 provides that Member States may refrain from issuing a return decision to a third-country national staying illegally on their territory if the third-country national concerned is taken back by another Member State under a bilateral readmission agreement existing on the date of entry into force of this directive It results that the application of bilateral readmission agreements which entered into force before the cut-off date of An exhaustive and updated overview of all readmission agreements between Member States is publicly available at the Return Migration and Development Platform of the European University Institute:.
Seaside tourism companies in Europe have seen significant growth over the past few years due to changes in demand by tourists longer holiday period and also the local population current fashions and a warmer climate. These companies play a key role in managing European coasts, particularly in the Mediterranean. Their location means that they are subject to significant natural constraints tides, salinisation, sand erosion etc.
Seaside tourism companies play a key social role since they employ a large number of people in micro-regions and have also attempted over the past few years to move away from seasonal employment. The indirect implications for local economies are significant and should be evaluated. Furthermore, seaside resorts are in a position to work together with municipal councils to ensure that the resorts are safe by putting in place surveillance measures and limiting the number of people on the beach.
The Commission has already acknowledged the importance of coastal and maritime tourism and identified it as one of the key areas for future jobs and development for the Blue Growth agenda Funding opportunities for investments geared to ensure the sustainability and protection of coastal areas are available under different EU programmes, including the European Fund for Fisheries.
Support for tourism investments continues to be a potential activity area of the future Operational Programmes under the European Structural and Investment Funds, if they are connected to the thematic priorities and objectives of the funds. The Commission intends to establish a voluntary umbrella European Label for Tourism Quality Schemes ETQ Label to help businesses gain the trust of consumers visiting the EU, thus enhancing their benefits to further invest in service quality.
The Commission already encourages the exchange of best practice in the field of coastal and maritime tourism. Furthermore, with a view to promoting the sustainable economic growth of the maritime and coastal tourism sector and enhancing its overall competitiveness, the Commission envisages publishing a document on the challenges and opportunities for maritime and coastal tourism in the EU.
Of those non-working persons, What action is being taken by the Commission under the European Employment Strategy to address the issue of unemployment among persons with disabilities? What progress has been made by the Commission in implementing a framework for job creation in the Health and Social Care sector? As regards the assistance allowance, does the Commission intend to implement an employment promotion strategy to allow for investment in services for disabled persons, as set out in the Employment Package?
The Employment Guidelines address the integration of people with disabilities in the labour market. In the European Semester, the Commission monitors the Member States' performance in achieving the goals of the Europe strategy. The Commission Action Plan for the EU Health Workforce proposes practical measures to help Member States tackle the challenges facing the healthcare sector and boost employment. A Joint Action on health workforce forecasting and planning has kicked off.
In addition, the Commission carries out studies of recruitment and retention strategies and of continouous professional development. The Employment Package identifies areas for labour market reforms in order for the EU labour market to become more inclusive and urges Member States to strengthen national employment policies by creating the conditions for job creation for all. The Commission's social investment package provides policy advice in terms of tailoring support with regard to groups with special needs, e.
The European Disability Strategy includes measures to facilitate the employment of persons with disabilities. The definitions and criteria for determining disability are a matter of Member State competence. Around one billion people in the world are suffering from hunger and another billion are undernourished. Most of those affected are women, children and small farmers. Given its specific nature, agriculture is one of the sectors most affected by climate change.
This has major implications for the security of food supply. Agricultural policy is a key factor in safeguarding food supplies, ensuring sustainable growth in rural areas and combating poverty. Effectively this means that large-scale agriculture must exist alongside small and medium-scale agriculture, which accounts for a large number of farmers, particularly in countries afflicted by food shortages, the common objective being to improve access to know-how and secure additional market openings with a view to achieving sustainable growth in these areas and thus reducing hunger in the world.
Given that the aim of the new CAP is the implementation of sustainable farming practices and rural development policies adapted to the challenges arising at local level, does the Commission intend to introduce a market management mechanism adapted to a variety of sectors and geographical areas so as to ensure the more effective and responsible involvement of farmers and their organisations and thus prevent the situation described above occurring in future?
Market management mechanisms under the CAP have evolved considerably since its beginnings and are at present considered as a means to provide farmers a safety net in times of severe market distortions.
The shift in focus of the CAP from price support through market intervention to producer support through direct payments, while placing greater emphasis on environmental and territorial sustainability through rural development measures, was driven by the need to make EU agriculture more market oriented. The present changes to the CAP agreed at political level for the period will enable further improvements in the competitiveness of EU agriculture, notably by ending remaining production limitations, abolishing certain aid schemes that artificially influence producers' decisions.
Measures to facilitate cooperation amongst producers and along the supply chain are also introduced. Overall, the new CAP should be more focused towards longer term economic and environmental sustainability of EU agriculture through better targeting direct payments e. These changes should ensure the contribution of EU agriculture to food security in a sustainable way.
According to the latest reports, there is constant tension between the Frelimo Mozambique Liberation Front Government and Renamo Mozambican National Resistance , which is mounting as the elections approach. Renamo is seeking to renegotiate the peace agreements and disputes the electoral laws adopted by the Frelimo majority, and in particular the composition of the National Electoral Committee, and is threatening to boycott the elections.
Does she think that the parliamentary and presidential elections to be held in October , and the local elections due in November this year, could be compromised? The last three months have witnessed mounting political tension in Mozambique. This tension takes place in the context of the local and general elections in Mozambique, and could be linked to the political decline of the main opposition party Renamo and the positioning for the succession of President Guebuza within the ruling Frelimo party.
Tension is fed as well by a sense of exclusion from those not benefiting from the transition to a natural resource based economy and the ensuing rapid growth rates. National and international efforts are being made and multiple channels of communication used, to defuse tension, in particular to avoid violence, and to resolve the current political stalemate. The EU is supporting efforts to help the Government and the Renamo should settle their differences through dialogue.
The EU elections follow-up mission EFM visited the country from 22 May to 16 June and met with various stakeholders in the electoral process: political parties, election management bodies, members of parliament and government, the media, civil society organisations and governmental and non-governmental institutions and actors.
The EU EFM provided an assessment of the electoral process and pragmatic proposals on preparations for the up-coming elections. The EU will continue to make every effort to support the holding of right of elections in a calm and peaceful atmosphere. The Commission is aware of the deteriorating food security status in Guinea Bissau and is closely monitoring the situation. At the same time, the Commission is currently preparing two new programmes aiming at addressing the root causes of malnutrition and vulnerability to food crisis in Guinea Bissau by increasing food production, supporting selected agricultural value chains and adding value to smallholder agricultural production.
It is also foreseen to support the set-up of an improved early warning system for food security and nutrition, involving UN agencies and national specialized statistic bodies, in order to have more accurate information about the evolution of the food security situation, which will be accessible to all the stakeholders.
According to the report, by the end of there was a total of Children are at the heart of the EU's humanitarian work. The Commission is also developing new tools to foster and track age-sensitive humanitarian projects, bringing attention to the specific needs of girls and boys. The EU has dedicated its Nobel Peace Prize award to help children who are growing up in, or are displaced by, conflicts.
The Common European Asylum System provides for child-sensitive reception conditions including special provisions for unaccompanied minors. In addition to this, the European Asylum Support Office can promote best and harmonised practices on child related issues and the European Refugee Fund foresees special assistance for the resettlement of children at risk and unaccompanied minors.
According to several international studies, the incidence of mental illness increases in times of crisis and unemployment. According to the national mental health coordinator, people with chronic mental health problems that tend to be incapacitating are most likely to miss check-ups more than usual and, in some cases, these patients have stopped taking their medication or have significantly cut down how much they take. What figures does it have on the rise in the number of cases of depression and mental health problems in the EU?
The Commission is aware of the scientific evidence suggesting that strong links exist between mental health problems, economic crisis and unemployment. The Commission is also aware of the adverse impact which mental disorders may have on adherence to treatment. Improving adherence to treatment and medical plans is the objective of one of the 6 thematic Action Groups established under the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing, a collaborative stakeholder-driven partnership under which more than voluntary commitments for action to increase the average healthy lifespan of EU citizens by two years by have been submitted.
As regards developments in the number of cases of depression and mental health problems, the Commission has no systematic data available at EU-level. Data are only available with a delay and are still particularly limited for the field of mental health.
A first wave of data on mental health from the European Health Interview Survey, covering seventeen countries, was collected between and A second wave is planned for , however with slightly different questions. Data on suicides, which are often linked to mental health problems, are available until for 27 Member States. These show increases from 9.
In the following year to , there was a slight decrease of the rate to A group of British scientists recently met at the headquarters of the UK weather agency, the Met Office, to discuss the possible reasons for the unusual weather conditions in Europe in recent years.
Thousands of people in Austria, the Czech Republic, Germany and Switzerland were recently ordered to abandon their homes because of flooding and other risks resulting from historic floods that devastated vast swathes of central Europe, caused by the cumulative effect of days of uninterrupted torrential rain. Answer given by Ms Geoghegan-Quinn on behalf of the Commission. Extreme hydrological events across Europe imply high risks for society as they often cause severe economic and environmental damage and loss of human lives.
This issue has been addressed specifically in a recent call for proposals on seasonal to decadal forecasting, designed to improve prediction skills of operational forecasting systems at time scales from months to years ahead. The UK Met Office is one of the leading institutions within these consortia and the regular exchange of information on climate change and its impacts between the Commission and the European scientific community at large is ensured.
Whereas the meteorological phenomena causing extreme flooding across large parts of central Europe are well known, the basic understanding of the causes of the unusual meteorological blocking situation that Europe was facing in spring is still lacking. This is why the understanding, development and prediction of meteorological blocking systems is one of the priorities of ongoing research projects focusing on seasonal predictions. Em Portugal, de acordo com o Regulamento CE n.
O artigo 7. Several products containing acesulfame potassium, a sweetener times sweeter than sucrose and whose effects on health have been the subject of contradictory studies, with some considering it potentially carcinogenic, are on sale alongside dietetic products and are distributed by at least one well-known Spanish brand and another Portuguese one. Article 7 of that regulation establishes the specific conditions of use for sweeteners, including replacing sugars for the production of energy-reduced food, non-cariogenic food or food with no added sugars or for producing food intended for particular nutritional uses.
Only food additives included in the Union list in Annex II may be placed on the market as such and used in foods under the conditions of use specified therein. It was re-evaluated by the SCF in It is predicted that there will be changes in the magnetic fields in some parts of the world, particularly in western Europe, and that flows of solar particles could alter geomagnetic activity to a degree that could disrupt the functioning of telecommunication systems, such as GPS navigation devices and mobile networks particularly the latest generation of devices.
According to NASA technicians, disruptions in communications could happen within two months, particularly in western Europe. Is it planning to take any preventive or informative measures relating to possible disruptions in European telecommunications? The Commission is aware of the potential threats to space-based and ground-based infrastructure posed by space weather events including major solar storms.
Space weather research, funded by the EU through FP7, develops scientific knowledge as well as new techniques and models for forecasting space weather events such as solar storms. Assessing the impact on Earth orbiting satellites, GNSS reception, the electric grid and other systems is an important aspect. The Commission, in coordination with national authorities, infrastructure operators, and NOAA 37 in the US, is studying the possible effects of extreme space weather events on various industrial infrastructures, with a view to helping operators to improve the resilience of the infrastructures concerned thus preventing potential disruptions of important societal functions should such an event occur.
Emerging risks such as those due to space weather will be addressed in the risk overview that the Commission has been asked to compile based on national risk assessments that Member States are preparing. A series of measures have been implemented, including the setting up of contingency procedures and notification to users to address the risk of service outages. Complementary activities aiming at building up European space weather services are being conducted through ESA programmes.
Diesel particulates, lead, mercury, methylene chloride and other pollutants are known to affect brain function and child development. According to the study, women exposed to high levels of air pollution while pregnant were up to twice as likely to have a child with autism as women living in areas with low pollution.
Does the Commission have any up-to-date figures on the link between autism and air pollution in the EU? While this study is significant and would appear to provide evidence on the need for preventive action, the scientific consensus is that autism-spectrum disorders are multifactorial and that not all causes are known. Thus there would be a need to repeat the study, also in Europe where environmental and socioeconomic conditions are different. The Seventh Framework Programme for Research, Technological Development and Demonstration Activities FP7, has funded two projects on the link between air pollutants and neurodevelopmental disorders.
The DENAMIC project is gathering information specifically on the links between a large number of environmental pollutants including air-borne pesticides and autism-spectrum disorders The recently finished ESCAPE project investigated six birth cohorts and found that traffic-related air pollution exposure during pregnancy was associated with motor development impairment in children.
The association tended to be stronger among children of mothers with low levels of educational attainment The Commission does not compile statistics on the prevalence of autism-spectrum disease subjects causally linked to air pollution. According to press reports, widespread logging began early this year throughout Guinea-Bissau. In statements to the press, a young environmentalist from Guinea-Bissau said that 32 tonne containers of padauk wood had already been taken away.
The EU has provided support for environmental protection in Guinea Bissau since , with the involvment of the local communities. Reaction to the reports of logging activities and the adoption by the National Assembly of a resolution urging the government to adopt a moratorium on wood exports appear to have had an impact in reducing the scale of the logging operations.
The EU Delegation in Bissau provided support for a national conference on illegal logging on 11th of July , in partnership with the Institute of Biodiversity and Protected Areas and the International Union for the Conservation of Nature. This was the first national meeting held on the subject of illegal logging, attended by government authorities, international partners and civil society organisations. A number of proposals were made to stop illegal logging and to strengthen protection of forests.
Around three quarters of these children are girls and 6. The EU is committed to the target of the elimination of the worst forms of child labour. The Commission continues to campaign tirelessly against all forms of child labour as shown in the EU annual Reports on Human Rights and Democracy 44 and in the review of the cooperation with the ILO The Commission considers that further action is needed to reduce child domestic work and therefore the implementation of the ILO Domestic Workers Convention No and accompanying Recommendation No is very important.
The convention, entering into force on 5 September , will extend key labour protection to millions of domestic workers, mostly women and children. O Regulamento UE n. An EU legislative package on the labelling and content of food intended for infants and young children was recently adopted. Based on the principles of Better Regulation and simplification, it broadly follows the approach described by the Commission in its original proposal.
It repeals unnecessary and contradictory rules and replaces them with a Framework under which rules remain only where necessary to protect specific groups of the population such as infants and young children. Food for other population groups will be covered by other more recent and appropriate measures, such as the legislation on claims.
The regulation sets general principles and requirements, while specific rules for the different foods will be adopted in the coming years by delegated acts. The provision referred to by the Honourable Member extends to the labelling of follow-on formulae 51 existing restrictions applicable to infant formulae This provision was not in the Commission's original proposal but was an important point for the European Parliament and was added by the co-legislators during the negotiations.
Its rationale is provided in Recital 26 of the regulation Does the Commission think that this system could save up to 2 lives per year, given that. When fully deployed, eCall could save up to lives a year and alleviate the severity of road injuries. The basic pan-European eCall service, based on , is a public service that must be offered for free. Taking into account economies of scale, installation of the eCall in-vehicle system is estimated to cost much less than EUR per new car De acordo com um dos investigadores envolvidos, «a obesidade materna substituiu o tabagismo como uma das principais causas de uma gravidez com resultados deficientes».
According to a recent study by the Karolinska institute, based in Stockholm, Sweden, and published in the Journal of the American Medical Association , premature birth increases infant mortality, neonatal morbidity, long-term disability and the more premature the birth, the greater the risks to the child. According to a study that analysed 1. The study showed that the chances of premature birth increase in line with increased body mass index BMI , compared with births in women of normal weight, and the chances of extremely premature births double in women with a BMI of between 35 and 40 or greater than According to the researchers involved, maternal obesity has replaced smoking as one of the main causes of adverse pregnancy outcomes.
Does the Commission have any similar studies making it possible to assess the situation in the other Member States? The Commission has funded the recently published European Perinatal Health Report which assesses the health and care of pregnant women and babies in Europe in In Europe, 2. In addition, the report noted that more than 1 woman in 10 smoked during pregnancy in many countries despite a decline between and The need to focus on pregnant women is a priority in the strategy for Europe on Nutrition, Overweight and Obesity related health issues.
In addition, the Commission has launched pilot projects aimed at promoting healthy diets and increasing consumption of fresh fruit and vegetables amongst pregnant women. According to Unicef estimates, around 93 million children 1 in 20 under the age of 14 live with some kind of disability.
Guinea-Bissau is one of 27 countries that have still not signed the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. Although there are no statistics, figures suggest that there are around 13 disabled children in Guinea-Bissau, out of a total population of 1. According to a Unicef representative in the country, most of the disabilities found in children in Guinea-Bissau could be prevented by vaccination and by following good hygiene practice, but families often hide disabled children, which means the priority is to overcome the barrier of discrimination.
A study published in the journal Cell Stem Cell has identified the proteins responsible for producing blood stem cells, from undifferentiated tissue cells. This discovery may make it possible to produce blood products that are tailored to each patient, preventing rejection after transfusion. In the work mentioned by the Honourable Member, four new gene factors have been used for generating blood stem cell precursors,.
The discovery reported is innovative but still in its infancy and confirmation and development will be required before any potential clinical applications could be considered.
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In pace leones, in proelio cervi. Invia est in medicina via sine lingua latina. Indigne vivit, per quem non vivit alter. Ingrato homine terra pejus nihil creat. Iniquissimam pacem justissimo bello anteferro. Iniquum est quemque ex veste aestimare. Injuriarum nemo obliviscitur, beneficiorum autem multi. Injuriarum remedium est oblivio. Insanus omnis furere credit. Insperata accidit magis saepe quam qua speres.
Ira odium gignit, concordia nutrit amorem. Jucunda memoria est praeteritorum malorum. Juvenes plura loquuntur, senes utiliora. Levius fit patientia quidquid corrigere est nefas. Litterarum radices amarae, fructus dulces sunt. Longum iter est per praecepta, breve et efficax per exempla. Littera scripta manet. Lucri bonus est odor ex re qualibet. Male parta cito dilabuntur memoria. Male facere qui vult, nunquam non causam invenit.
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Nihil aliud curo, quam ut bene vivam. Nihil est in religione, quod non fuerit in vita. Nil actum credens, dum quid superesset agendum. Nil sine magno vita labore dedit mortalibus. Nisi utile est quod facimus stulta est gloria.
Non aliter vives in solitudine, aliter in foro. Non curatur, qui curat. Non de ponte cadit, qui cum sapientia vadit. Non esse cupidum pecunia est, non esse emacem vectigal est. Non foliis, sed fructu arborem aestima. Non genus virum ornat, generi vir fortis loco. Non in loco ridere pergrave est malum. Non numeranda, sed ponderanda argumenta. Non omnis error stultitia est dicenda.
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Nullus est liber tam malus, ut non aliqua parte prosit. Nusquam nec malum malo, nec vulnus curatur vulnere. Nutritur vento, vento restinguitur ignis. Occasio aegre offertur, facile amittitur. Omnia non pariter rerum sunt omnibus apta. Omnia vincit amor, et nos cedamus amori. Omnis curatio est vel canonica vel coacta. Omnium profecto artium medicina nobilissima.
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Plerique ubi aliis maledicunt, faciunt convicium sibi. Pluris est ocultus testis unus, quam auriti decem. Plus stricto mendax offendit lingua mucrone. Poculum, mane haustum, restaurat naturam exhaustam. Pompa mortis magis terret quam mors ipsa. Potior visa est periculosa libertas quieto servitio. Praestat cum dignitate cadere quam cum ignominia vivere.
Primus clamor atque impetus rem decernit. Proceras deicit arbores procella vehemens. Quae medicamenta non sanat, ferrum sanat; quae ferrum non sanat, ignis sanat. Quae vero ignis non sanat, insanabilia reputari oportet. Quam semel errare, melius terve rogare. Quem medicamenta non sanant, natura sanat. Qui nescit tacere, nescit et loqui. Qui nimium probat, nihil probat. Qui potest consilium fugere, sapere idem potest. Qui quae vult dicit, quae non vult audiet.
Qui quaerit, inveniet, pulsanti aperietur. Qui sibi semitam non sapiunt, alteri non monstrant viam. Quidquid agis, prudenter agas et respice finem. Quo quisque est doctor, eo est modestior. Quo timoris minus est, eo minus ferme periculi est. Quod in corde sobrii, id in ore ebrii. Quod non est in actis, non est in mundo. Quod non licet feminis, aeque non licet viris. Quod tibi fieri non vis, alteri ne feceris. Re succumbere non oportebat verbis gloriantem. Rerum natura nullam nobis dedit cognitionem finium.
Saepe est sub pallio sordido sapientia. Sagitta interdum resiliens percuit dirigentem. Sapiens bonum fert modice, fortiter malum. Sapiens nil affirmat, quod non probet. Satius est supervacua discere quam nihil. Semper percutiatur leo vorans. Seni desunt vires, juveni — scientiae. Sermo datur cunctis, animi sapientia paucis.
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Carlos: Pues me temo que nosotros, los traductores y los jefes Pepe: Bueno. Oye, esta tarde voy a comer a un restaurante. Pepe: Muy bien. Pues hasta ahora. Carlos:Hasta luego. Pepe: Hola, Pili. Pili: No, me voy a comer a casa. No va a venir. Pepe: A Cabo Verde. Pepe: Creo que en marzo. El uno o el dos. Pepe: No, voy a vivir en un piso.
Es que voy con Cristina, mi novia. Pepe: Es alta, delgada y tiene los ojos claros. Pepe: El pelo, corto y rubio. Pepe: En verano hace calor y no hace mucho vieno. Pili: Creo que en primavera. Te oigo muy mal. Pepe: Vale, hasta luego. Pepe:Pues, sobre las diez — diez y media. Pepe:No, un cafe y una tostada. Pepe: Pues No tenemos horarios. Pili: Tengo clase en la Universidad. Pili: No, es que quero llamar a Pepe a Cabo Verde. Pili:No, no puedo. Tengo que lavar la ropa, planchar unas camisas y preparar la cena para mi madre.
Pili: No, no puedo, por la noche voy al cine. Carlos: Pues, vamos juntos Pili: Mmm Pili: Pepe Lopez, el traductor. Pili: Ah, pergone. Pili:Es que no vamos al cine? Pili: No, es la tercera, pero no importa.
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