Covid Contingency plan to extend all EU programmes beyond 2020

To ensure that EU programmes, will continue in the event that an agreement on the long-term budget covering 2021-2027 is not reached in time, the budget committee will vote coming Monday on a request for a contingency plan to extend all EU programmes beyond 2020.


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The European Parliament will not give a green light to the European Union’s next long-term budget unless EU governments agree to give the 7-year spending plan new dedicated sources of revenue from taxes, a draft resolution showed on Wednesday.

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On 27 May 2020, BUDG Members will vote on the guidelines for the 2021 EU budget prepared by the general rapporteur for Section III of the EU budget, Pierre Larrouturou (S&D, FR). In the light of the unprecedented crisis facing the Union, the rapporteur believes that next year's EU budget should primarily focus on mitigating the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and supporting Member States' recovery, building on the European Green Deal.

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To ensure that EU programmes, including support for regions and Erasmus, will continue in the event that an agreement on the long-term budget covering 2021-2027 is not reached in time, the budget committee will vote Monday on a request for a contingency plan to extend all EU programmes beyond 2020.

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MEPs are today discussing plans to reboot Europe’s economy in light of Covid-19 and will be voting on a resolution later in the week.

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