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2017/03/29
   EC - Commission response to text adopted in plenary
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2016/10/27
   EP - Results of vote in Parliament
2016/10/27
   EP - Debate in Parliament
2016/10/27
   EP - Decision by Parliament
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The European Parliament adopted by 237 votes to 201 with 67 abstentions, a resolution on how the CAP can improve job creation in rural areas.

Members highlighted the fact that rural areas represent more than 77% of EU territory and that many jobs in those areas depend on Members recalled that rural areas represent more than 77 % of EU territory , but nowadays employs only a fraction of the working population. Many rural areas face a series of challenges such as low income, negative population growth, a lack of jobs and a high rate of unemployment, slow development in the tertiary sector, a lack of processing capacity for food products, low skills and limited capital.

Whilst the economic crisis hit all parts of Europe, none were more affected than rural areas . In that connection, the CAP must be made more effective and its legitimacy reaffirmed as one of the principal tools for EU action aimed at the retention and creation of employment and competitiveness in rural areas.

Parliament made the following recommendations:

Under the current CAP: the resolution noted that it is of crucial importance to maintain the two pillars of the CAP. Pillar I prevents out-migration of small and family farms from the sector and maintains jobs in the agricultural sector, while Pillar II funds ensure job creation in other areas such as tourism, food processing and other related sectors.

Members called upon the Member States to:

give young farmers long-term prospects in order to address rural depopulation by making full use of all the support measures for young farmers and new entrants to farming (especially those aged over 40); step up their support for small and medium-sized farms, in particular by making more use of the redistributive payment .

The resolution called for a better distribution of CAP payments towards small farmers , as well as greater account taken of territories with geographical handicaps (such as mountain areas, overseas territories, the most outlying areas and sensitive natural areas).

Members pointed out that the Member States have made extensive use of the option of granting coupled aid – which secures jobs in disadvantaged areas. They called on the Member States to increase the proportion of such aid for active farmers, to make it more flexible and to earmark more of it towards producing more plant proteins in the EU, which currently depends on imports from third countries for supply of this commodity. They also noted that there is a need to implement the environmental dimension of direct aid .

Parliament also recommended:

adopting a genuine European strategy for bee repopulation , given the high mortality rate among honey bees in several EU countries and the essential role they play in food security and the economy of many plant sectors; developing more rapid and effective intervention systems which can prevent the most negative effects; regularly adjusting intervention prices in line with trends in cost prices so as to have a direct impact on producers’ income and the perpetuation of their activities, as well as on employment; establishing prevention tools in all major production sectors in order to monitor markets, which would help steer production and ensure a response to crises by means of flexible and responsive market management tools which would be activated when necessary; developing short supply chains linking farmers to local producers since quality schemes, geographical indications and organic farming represent an opportunity to develop the agri-food sector and potentially create rural-based jobs; establishing binding rules on fair payment in the food supply chain between food producers, wholesalers and processors to ensure that farmers receive an appropriate share of the value added which is sufficient to enable them to practice sustainable farming.

Members also felt it necessary to simplify the implementation of rural development policy, to adopt more coherent approaches, along the same lines as multi-funds, and to stop the Member States and the Commission imposing overly painstaking administrative and financial checks.

Under the future CAP after 2020 : Parliament emphasised that the CAP procedures must be simplified and must have sufficient funding, maintained at least at the current level. Greater importance should be attached to instruments geared towards modernisation and investment.

Highlighting the importance of the tourism sector as a source of income for farmers (e.g. farm holidays), Members urged instituting programmes to support investment and entrepreneurship, and launching tourism campaigns.

The funds under the future CAP ought to provide more support to slow the loss of small and medium-sized farms . Furthermore, CAP direct payments should only be allocated to persons whose main area of activity is agriculture. Direct payments should remain a CAP instrument beyond 2020, in order to support and stabilise farm incomes and compensate for the costs arising from complying with high EU standards.

The resolution stressed the need to:

support a competitive and sustainable European agricultural model based on a family-run, diversified and multi-functional farming model , with particular emphasis on territories facing specific constraints; encourage the development, marketing and sale of high-quality agricultural products; provide more effective support for organic and biodynamic farming and all other sustainable production methods, including integrated farming and agroforestry.

With regard to the recent animal epidemics and the 2013 horsemeat scandal, Members considered that a significant increase in the amount spent on food and feed security is needed, since the EUR 1.93 billion allocated for the current seven-year period is completely inadequate.

Lastly, Parliament took the view that ensuring food security in the European Union must remain the primary principle action under the future CAP, without neglecting markets outside the EU. Trade agreements could pose a real risk, as well as possible opportunities, for European agriculture. Members believed that free trade agreements should not lead to unfair competition towards small and medium-sized farms and undermine local economies and jobs.

Documents
2016/10/27
   EP - End of procedure in Parliament
2016/10/10
   EP - Committee report tabled for plenary
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The Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development adopted the own-initiative report by Eric ANDRIEU (S&D, FR) on how the CAP can improve job creation in rural areas.

The report noted highlighted that rural areas represent more than 77% of EU territory and that many jobs in those areas depend on agriculture and the agrifood industry. The foundations of the last CAP reform enabled aid to be redirected and distributed more fairly among the Member States and the various agricultural sectors. Members reaffirmed the role of the CAP in economic terms and as a social stabilising factor for farms and rural regions.

However, the economic crisis is affecting in particular rural areas.

Under the current CAP : the report noted that it is of crucial importance to maintain the two pillars of the CAP. Pillar I prevents out-migration of small and family farms from the sector and maintains jobs in the agricultural sector, while Pillar II funds ensure job creation in other areas such as tourism, food processing and other related sectors.

Members called upon the Member States to:

give young farmers long-term prospects in order to address rural depopulation and to make full use of all the possibilities provided under the new CAP to support young farmers and new entrants to farming (especially those aged over 40); step up their support for small and medium-sized farms, in particular by making more use of the redistributive payment .

Members pointed out that the Member States have made extensive use of the option of granting coupled aid – which secures jobs in disadvantaged areas. They called on the Member States to increase the proportion of such aid for active farmers, to make it more flexible and to earmark more of it towards producing more plant proteins in the EU, which currently depends on imports from third countries for supply of this commodity.

The report noted that there is a need to implement the environmental dimension of direct aid .

Members considered that, given the high mortality rate among honey bees in several EU countries and the essential role they play in food security and the economy of many plant sectors, the Union should provide greater support for this sector by adopting a genuine European strategy for bee repopulation .

The report called for the EU to establish prevention tools along similar lines to the Milk Market Observatory in all major production sectors in order to monitor markets , which would help steer production and ensure a response to crises by means of flexible and responsive market management tools which would be activated when necessary.

Members considered that it is necessary to simplify the implementation of rural development policy , to adopt more coherent approaches, along the same lines as multi-funds, and to stop the Member States and the Commission imposing overly painstaking administrative and financial checks.

The Commission is called upon to submit a proposal for a medium-term reform of the Common Agricultural Policy which will be a response to the current scenario of prolonged crisis and to the serious impact on employment, particularly in rural areas, will limit red tape and the administrative burden for Europe's farmers.

Members also called for the establishment of binding rules on fair payment in the food supply chain between food producers, wholesalers and processors to ensure that farmers receive an appropriate share of the value added which is sufficient to enable them to practice sustainable farming.

Under the future CAP after 2020 : the report emphasised that the CAP procedures must be simplified and must have sufficient funding maintained. Greater importance should be attached to instruments geared towards modernisation and investment.

The funds under the future CAP ought to provide more support to slow the loss of small and medium-sized farms. CAP direct payments should only be allocated to persons whose main area of activity is agriculture.

Members stated that regaining control of the European market must remain the primary principal action under the future CAP, before turning to and without neglecting markets outside the EU. In this regard, they considered that trade agreements such as TTIP, CETA and the EU-Mercosur Trade Agreement can pose a real and significant threat to European agriculture and employment markets.

Direct payments should remain a CAP instrument beyond 2020, in order to support and stabilise farm incomes and compensate for the costs arising from complying with high EU standards.

Against the backdrop of the recent animal epidemics, Members called for a significant increase in the amount spent on food and feed security, since the EUR 1.93 billion allocated for the current seven-year period is completely inadequate.

Lastly, the Commission and Member States should decrease administrative burden by cutting red tape and simplifying the CAP, as well as ensuring its cost-effective transposition.

Documents
2016/09/29
   EP - Vote in committee
2016/07/12
   EP - Committee opinion
Documents
2016/05/26
   EP - Committee opinion
Documents
2016/05/24
   EP - Amendments tabled in committee
Documents
2016/04/06
   EP - Committee draft report
Documents
2015/09/10
   EP - Committee referral announced in Parliament
2015/09/09
   EP - KÖSTINGER Elisabeth (PPE) appointed as rapporteur in FEMM
2015/09/03
   EP - ANDRIEU Eric (S&D) appointed as rapporteur in AGRI

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A8-0285/2016 - Eric Andrieu - § 2/1 #

2016/10/27 Outcome: +: 498, -: 83, 0: 35
DE IT FR ES PL PT RO HU EL AT SE IE BE GB SK LV SI MT LT CY CZ HR FI LU EE NL DK BG
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A8-0285/2016 - Eric Andrieu - § 2/2 #

2016/10/27 Outcome: +: 383, -: 197, 0: 32
IT FR ES BE EL DE SE NL RO GB PT LT AT SI MT CZ HR EE FI CY BG IE LU LV PL DK SK HU
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A8-0285/2016 - Eric Andrieu - § 5/1 #

2016/10/27 Outcome: +: 442, -: 148, 0: 27
FR IT ES DE PL RO PT EL HU AT SI HR LV MT LT CY SK BE CZ LU IE FI BG DK EE SE NL GB
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A8-0285/2016 - Eric Andrieu - § 5/2 #

2016/10/27 Outcome: +: 343, -: 221, 0: 37
IT PL DE FR ES RO EL SI MT PT LT CY AT LV CZ LU HR IE BE EE FI SK BG HU SE DK NL GB
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A8-0285/2016 - Eric Andrieu - § 10 #

2016/10/27 Outcome: +: 509, -: 86, 0: 13
IT FR DE ES PL RO PT EL HU SK CZ BE BG NL IE FI HR SI AT LT CY SE MT LU EE LV DK GB
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Romania ALDE

2

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1
2

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2

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1
icon: ECR ECR
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Italy ECR

1

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Czechia ECR

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2
2

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icon: GUE/NGL GUE/NGL
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1

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3

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1
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Germany ENF

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1

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2

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1

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3

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3

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1
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Italy NI

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1

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1

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icon: Verts/ALE Verts/ALE
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France Verts/ALE

3

Spain Verts/ALE

2

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2

Belgium Verts/ALE

2

Netherlands Verts/ALE

2

Croatia Verts/ALE

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1

Austria Verts/ALE

3

Lithuania Verts/ALE

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1

Estonia Verts/ALE

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1

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1

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4

A8-0285/2016 - Eric Andrieu - § 11/1 #

2016/10/27 Outcome: +: 483, -: 105, 0: 27
IT DE FR ES PL RO PT EL HU AT BE IE SK LT SI HR LV MT FI CY LU CZ SE EE DK BG NL GB
Total
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78
58
46
43
24
21
18
18
16
20
9
12
8
7
9
5
5
8
6
4
15
19
5
9
11
24
52
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2

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1

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3

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5

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2
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France Verts/ALE

3

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2

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3

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2

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1

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1

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4
icon: GUE/NGL GUE/NGL
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3

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