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Author Topic: Extend Strasbourg sessions after Closure of Brussels EUParliament plenary room?  (Read 3315 times)
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« on: October 10, 2012, 02:08:41 AM »

The 6 Months' close-down of Brussels' plenary room for necessary repair, threatens to deprive EU Parliament from sufficient Debating + Voting Time, which is currently needed in order to accelerate EU's Economic and Political Integration so that it can Timely take several much awaited measures due to create Growth, and ensure that the EU will soon be out of the Global Crisis.

As the mere tranfert of Brussels' "Mini-Sessions" to Strasbourg seems improbable to be agreed by all, and rather cumbersome in practice, then, the only logical, simple and efficient way to solve this problem would obviously be to extend Strasbourg's already scheduled Plenary Sessions to a Full Week, from Monday Morning up to Friday Afternoon, (as all other normal Parliaments work).

=> Thus, MEPs would, at last, have enough Time available in order to work efficiently, without hasty moves, otherwise imposed by undue Time pressure..
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