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Proračuni Odbor preporučuje unazad rezove vijeće u proračunu EU-a za 2015

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belgaimage-56060311Extra funds should be added to the EU’s 2015 budget for growth and jobs policies, education, including the EU’s Erasmus+ student mobility programme, and EU humanitarian and support work in war-stricken zones, said the Budgets Committee in votes on Monday and Tuesday. It also recommended that the European Parliament as a whole should reverse cuts sought by the Council of Ministers in planned and actual expenses.

Glasovi odbora obnovljeni su svim rezima Vijeća u početnom prijedlogu Europske komisije, koji je smanjio prijedlog preuzetih obveza u iznosu od 145.599 milijardi eura za 522 milijuna, a prijedlog plaćanja 142.137bn eura za 2.1bn.

“We should use the budget as an investment tool to help overcome the crisis. The programmes we have reinforced are of strategic significance for the future,” said Eider Gardiazábal Rubial (S&D, ES), who is in charge of steering the bulk of the budget through Parliament.

Odbor je nastojao osigurati da je na raspolaganju dovoljno sredstava za podmirivanje računa za istraživanje i razvoj prenesenih iz 2013. godine, pokretanje programa u okviru EU-ovog istraživačkog alata Obzor 2020 i osiguravanje financiranja za mala i srednja poduzeća (MSP).

MEPs also stepped up funding for the EU’s Erasmus+ student mobility programme, which is already struggling to meet payment obligations for this year, and for the Fund for European Aid for the Most Deprived.
“Cutting back EU programmes aimed at stimulating growth, creating jobs, fostering development and supporting education is going against what the Council itself had defined as EU priorities,” emphasized Gardiazábal.

Parlamentarni zastupnici također su dodali dodatna sredstva za podršku poljoprivrednicima i ribarstvu EU pogođenim ruskim trgovinskim sankcijama, kao i za programe humanitarne pomoći, među ostalim, u Siriji. Za Ukrajinu i Palestinu glasalo je više resursa. Tri agencije za nadzor bankarstva, Europsko bankarsko tijelo (EBA), Europska agencija za osiguranje i profesionalne mirovine (EIOPA) i Europska agencija za vrijednosne papire i tržišta (ESMA) također su dobile više sredstava nego što su Vijeće i Komisija predložile.

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MEPs nonetheless stressed that their reading of next year’s budget would only work if Council agrees to settle payments due this year, thus preventing a growing backlog from snowballing on into 2015. Recurring payment crises delay payment of legitimate bills from SMEs, non-governmental organizations, students and other final beneficiaries of EU funding. The net expense of several amending budgets requested by the Commission is merely €100 million, yet it would add an additional €4.7bn in resources needed to settle bills due this year. For 2015 the committee also added another €4bn to the original Commission proposal to support priority areas, again to prevent payment delays.

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The final figures resulting from today’s vote will be calculated and the full amounts will be voted in a committee resolution on October 7. Parliament as a whole votes its position on 22 October. Three weeks of conciliation talks with the Council start on 28 October with the aim to reaching a Council/Parliament deal in time for next year’s budget to be voted by Parliament on 26 November and signed by its president.

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