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Newsmail No. 3 of 17 July 2000
17 July 2000
The European Parliament is in recess from Friday 21 July. Normal
business will resume in the week beginning Monday 28th August with
meetings of the Budgetary Control, Citizens' Freedoms, Economic,
Employment, Environment, Agriculture, and Fisheries Committees
4-8 September, 2000: Parliament session in Strasbourg. Click here for
Parliament's temporary committee of inquiry into the Echelon electronic
surveillance system gets down to business in Strasbourg on 5th
Bruges: The EU and International Affairs seminar organised by the
College of Europe and the Trans European Policy Studies Association
(TEPSA) -- 4th to 9th September 2000. Further details from
Tuesday 18 / Wednesday 19 July
Meeting of Budgets Committee.
Meeting of Convention drafting the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights.
Thursday 20 July
Conciliation meeting on EU budget between Parliament and Council of
The European Parliament is in recess from Friday 21 July.
Normal business will resume in the week beginning Monday 28th August.
4-8 September: European Parliament session Strasbourg
20-21 September: European Parliament sessionBrussels
2-6 October: European Parliament session Strasbourg
23-27 October: European Parliament session, Strasbourg
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