- The European Parliament, in a vote in plenary, adopted by an overwhelming majority a report prepared by the AFCO Committee and devoted to the issue of the role of national parliaments in the European Union.
- The report contains a number of recommendations and recommendations relating to the issue of strengthening the position of national parliaments within the EU structure, including their participation in the decision-making process.
- A vote will take place in the European Parliament in the coming days on expanding the category of EU crimes to include "hate speech" and "hate crimes."
- However, the proposal itself to add hate speech to the list of EU crimes raises a number of objections, which include questions of legitimacy and the need for such action in light of Article 83 (1) TFEU or the effectiveness of such norms.
- The European Parliament will vote on a draft resolution on fundamental rights in the European Union.
- The motion, among other things, condemns the impossibility of performing legal abortion, supports the extension of the list of EU crimes to include 'hate speech' and states that 'housing is not a commodity but a necessity'.
• The European Parliament supported proposals for changes to EU treaties.
- The Committee on Legal Affairs and the Committee on Constitutional Affairs of the European Parliament have, by an overwhelming majority, adopted a Report on the primacy of Community law over the national laws of the Member States.
- The report contains recommendations recommending, inter alia, that the principle should be enshrined in the EU treaties in order to give it greater legal force.
- A group of left-wing MEPs has prepared several hundred amendments to the treaties expanding the powers of the European Union and weakening the role of member states.
- The proposals would allow the EU to promote gender ideology, influence the content of school curricula, and dictate solutions to states on environmental protection, abortion or the fight against discrimination.