They shall not display banners; - not resort to offensive language in parliamentary debates in the Chamber for example defamation, hate speech or inciting discriminationas well as from any type of psychological or sexual harassment. A serious breach of these rules by a Member may entail possible sanctions.
Transparency Rule a Parliament shall lay down rules governing the transparency of its Members' financial interests in the form of a Code of Conduct which shall be adopted by a majority of its component Members. Members should adopt the systematic practice of only meeting interest representatives that have registered in the Transparency Register established by means of the Agreement between the European Parliament and the European Commission on the transparency register.
Members single parliamentary chamber publish online all scheduled meetings with interest representatives falling under the scope of the Transparency register. Rapporteurs, shadow rapporteurs and committee chairs shall, for single parliamentary chamber report, publish online all scheduled meetings with interest representatives falling under the scope of the Transparency register.
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Parliamentary questions The proposed revision also includes measures relating to parliamentary questions, in particular interpellations to the Council and the European Commission, committee consultations on confidential information, rules of standing committees and parliamentary intergroups. As regards the questions for written answers Rulesingle parliamentary chamber Member, political group or committee may submit a maximum of twenty questions over a rolling period of three months.
As a general rule, the questions shall be answered by the single parliamentary chamber within six weeks of being forwarded to it.
European single parliamentary chamber parties and foundations Rule 11a Members defined the conditions according to which a group of at least 50 single parliamentary chamber can request that the European Parliament asks the Authority for European political parties and Foundations to verify whether a given European political party or foundation fulfils these requirements. Members proposed that the amendments shall enter into force on the first day of the next part-session with the exception of the amendments of the Code of appropriate behaviour for Members of the European Parliament in exercising their duties as well as the amendments to Rules setting-up of standing committees single parliamentary chamber Committee bureauxwhich shall enter into force at the opening of the first part-session following the next elections to the European Parliament due to be held in
Get the full picture: step-by-step lawmaking in all policy areas since Investigating and initiating new rules To prepare the way for legislative changes, Parliament voted on resolutions that channel the concerns and expectations of the citizens they represent into new Commission proposals and trigger revisions of existing laws.