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Introduction: European Parliament documents

Au Parlement européen un rapporteur est désigné pour chaque proposition de la Commission européenne. Le rapporteur est le membre du parlement européen (MPE) qui rédige le rapport , lequel  est ensuite soumis au vote de la Commission parlementaire compétente. D’autres Commissions parlementaires (telles les Commissions de développement et de l’environnement) sont susceptibles de rédiger des avis, avant le vote de la Commission de la Pêche.

These documents are published through the European Parliament’s database Legislative Observatory, which also presents the shadow rapporteurs from the political groups and other useful information. Documents are also available through each of the Committees. Below, we provide you with links to the Legislative Observatory for each file, and links to a selection of the latest documents.

To understand the amendments proposed by parliament, you need to read them together with the European Commission’s original proposal.

Basic regulation

The basic regulation is the main file in the fisheries reform. It establishes the framework for fisheries management in the European Union. The Parliament rapporteur is Ulrike Rodust (S&D, Germany).

Document database & procedure file
Legislative Observatory, CFP basic regulation

Selected documents
> Basic regulation consolidated text after agreement between Council and Parliament (14.6.2013)
> Basic regulation, text adopted in plenaryFR, ES, DE (6.2.2013)
> Consolidated version of the European Parliament positionFR, ES, DE (6.2.2013)
> 3-column document on basic regulation comparing the Commission’s, Parliament’s and the Council’s positions (5.3.2013)

Timetable
* Presentation of the draft report: 21.5.2012
* Vote in PECH Committee: 18.12.2012
* Vote in plenary (first reading): 6.2.2013
* Trilogue (negotiation) with Council: started 19.3.2013, finished 30.5.2013

* Second reading vote in Plenary: 10.12.2013

European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF)

The EMFF is the regulation that governs how public money is used within the EU fisheries management. The Parliament rapporteur is Alain Cadec (EPP, France).

Document database & procedure file
Legislative Observatory, EMFF

Selected documents
European Maritime and Fisheries Fund, legislative text to be approved by the European Parliament 16 April 2014. This document is the result of a detailed legal-linguistic review of the political agreement between Council and the European Parliament (which was reached 28 January 2014).

PREVIOUS DOCUMENTS
EMFF, text adopted in plenaryEN, ES, DE (23.10.2013)
> Compromise amendments
> Alain Cadec’s draft reportFR, ES, DE (29.8.2012)

> PECH Amendments 157-456
> PECH Amendments 457-886
> PECH Amendments 887-1268
> PECH Amendments 1269-1654
> PECH Amendments 1655-2069
> PECH Amendments 2070-2445

Timetable
* Presentation of draft report – 19.09.2012
* Deadline for amendments – 10.01.2013
* Vote in PECH Committee – 10.07.2013
* Vote in plenary, first reading – 23/10/2013

* Trilogue (negotiation) with Council: 13.11.2013 – 28.01.2014
* Vote in Plenary to confirm the deal: 16 April 2014

Common Market Organisation (CMO)

The CMO regulation deals with the EU market in fishery and aquaculture products, including labelling on fish products and the framework for producer organisations. The Parliament rapporteur is Struan Stevenson (ECR, UK).

Document database & procedure file
Legislative Observatory, CMO regulation

Selected documents
> CMO regulation consolidated text, after agreement between Council and Parliament (13.6.2013)
> CMO regulation, text adopted in plenaryFR, ES, DE (12.9.2012)
> 3-column document on CMO regulation comparing the Commission’s, Parliament’s and Council’s positions (19.2.2013)

Timetable
* Presentation of draft report: 21.3.2012
* Vote in Committee: 20.6.2012
* Vote in plenary (first reading): 19.9.2012
* Trilogue (negotiation) with Council: started 27.2.2013, finished 8.5.2013

* Second reading vote in Plenary: 10.12.2013

Overarching communication

This is not a legislative file. The overarching communication was adopted by the European Commission together with the three legislative files in the CFP reform as a way to present the objectives of the reform. In response, the Parliament adopted a non-legislative resolution by rapporteur Nikolaus Salavrakos (EFD, Greece).

Document database & procedure file
Legislative Observatory, Overarching communication

Selected documents
> Resolution on overarching communication, text adopted in plenaryFR, ES, DE (12.9.2012)

Timetable
* Presentation of draft report: 4.4.2012
* Vote in Committee: 11.7.2012
* Vote in plenary: 19.9.2012

External dimension

This is not a legislative file. The Parliament adopted this non-legislative resolution in response to a communication by the European Commission which presented their objectives for the external (international) dimension of the CFP reform. The legislative aspects of the external dimension will be enshrined in the basic regulation. The Parliament’s rapporteur for this resolution is Isabella Lövin (Greens/EFA, Sweden).

Document database & procedure file
Legislative Observatory, external dimension

Selected documents
> Resolution on external dimension, text adopted in plenaryFR, ES, DE (22.11.2012)

Timetable
* Presentation of draft report: 20.3.2012
* Vote in committee: 19.9.2012
* Vote in plenary: 22.11.2012

Reporting obligations

This is not a legislative file. In the CFP reform package, the European Commission presented a communication reporting on the operation of the CFP with regards to Conservation and Sustainability, Fishing Capacity and Fishing restrictions in the 12 nautical miles waters. In response, the European Parliament adopted a resolution drafted by rapporteur Carl Haglund (ALDE, Finland).

Document database & procedure file
Legislative Observatory, Reporting obligations

Selected documents
Text adopted: > Resolution on reporting obligations, text adopted in plenaryFR, ES, DE (12.9.2012)

Timetable
* Presentation of draft report: 20.3.2012
* Vote in Committee: 20.6.2012
* Vote in plenary: 12.9.2012

Trilogues, Council, Commission

> Read all the proposals from the European Commission
> Council positions
> Trilogue timetable and documents (trilogue = negotiation between Council, Parliament and Commission)

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