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11 Amendments of Włodzimierz CIMOSZEWICZ related to 2020/2133(INI)

Amendment 67 #
Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 2 – introductory part
2. Considers that the new EU Ethics Body should be delegated ahave an agreed list of competences to implement ethics rules for Members and staff which should be foreseen in the necessary changes to the existing legislation; takes the view that this list should include by way of a minimum the competences provided for in:
2021/02/16
Committee: AFCO
Amendment 68 #
Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 2 – introductory part
2. Considers that the new EU Ethics Body should be delegated a list of competences to implement ethics rules for Commissioners, Members and staff; takes the view that this list should include by way of a minimum the competences provided for in:
2021/02/16
Committee: AFCO
Amendment 93 #
Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 4
4. Insists that the IIA should be open to the participation of all EU institutions and bodies; believes that the IIA should allow the Ethics Body to conclude agreements with national authorities with a view to ensuring the exchange of information necessary for the performance of its tasks as well as to explore best practices and peer to peer reviews;
2021/02/16
Committee: AFCO
Amendment 96 #
Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 4
4. Insists that the IIA should be open to the participation of all EU institutions and bodies; believes that the IIA should allow the Ethics Body to conclude agreementsexchange information with national authorities with a view to ensuring the exchange of informationthat are necessary for the performance of its tasks;
2021/02/16
Committee: AFCO
Amendment 144 #
Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 10
10. Considers that the EU Ethics Body should be entrusted with advisory tasks in order to provide advice to any individual and/or institution covered by its scope who wishes to request interpretation of an ethical standard in relation to appropriate conduct in a specific case;
2021/02/16
Committee: AFCO
Amendment 174 #
Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 14 a (new)
14 a. 14. Considers that the composition of the Ethics Body should be accompanied by a framework for the exercise of the mandate as well as a procedure to end the mandate.
2021/02/16
Committee: AFCO
Amendment 185 #
Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 16
16. Proposes a two-step approach whereby, in the event that the EU Ethics Body becomes aware of a breach or possible breach of ethics rules, it first recommends actions to put an end to the breach; considers that this first preventive step should ensure confidentiality and secrecy and the right of the person to be heard and present allegations to the accusations; suggests that in the event that the individual concerned refuses to take the appropriate actions, the EU Ethics Body should make relevant information about the case publicly available and decide, if appropriate, on sanctions; considers that this two-step approach should apply provided that there are no reasonable grounds to believe that the individual acted in bad faith and recommends that intentional breach, gross negligence, the concealment of evidence and non- compliance with the obligation to cooperate should be, as such, subject to sanctions, even when the breach itself has ceased;
2021/02/16
Committee: AFCO
Amendment 190 #
Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 16 a (new)
16 a. Considers that the Ethics Body procedures should be accompanied by a complementary proposal to ensure procedural guarantees to the people and institutions subject to these procedures, as well as the adequate data protection protocol.
2021/02/16
Committee: AFCO
Amendment 195 #
Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 17
17. Is of the opinion that one year after its establishment, the EU Eethics Bbody should publish an annual report containing both information about the fulfilment of its tasks and, whereall adopt a general assessment of its activities, including analysis of the functioning of the rules and procedures and the experience acquired in applying them (review clause). In particular, the EU ethics body should focus on the assessment of: - the effectiveness on the implementation of its mandate and delegated powers, - the monitoring competences over ethics standards, - the application and efficiency of procedures. The EU ethics body shall submit appropriate, recommendations for improving ethics standards; amendments, including, if necessary, proposal to amend its competences and to present it before the EP.
2021/02/16
Committee: AFCO
Amendment 202 #
Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 18
18. Insists that the decisions of the EU Ethics Body should be legally binding, without prejudice of the Parliament's competences refer to in paragraph 11, reviewable before the CJEU and subject to possible complaints to the EU Ombudsman;
2021/02/16
Committee: AFCO
Amendment 205 #
Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 18 a (new)
18 a. The powers and activities of the Ethics Body are to be exercised without prejudice of European Parliament’s right of inquiry in accordance to article 226TFEU, and the necessary improving of the legal framework for the operation of the said right, which represents a cornerstone of the parliamentary democracy
2021/02/16
Committee: AFCO