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2018/11/16
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2018/07/03
   EP - Results of vote in Parliament
2018/07/03
   EP - Decision by Parliament, 1st reading/single reading
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The European Parliament adopted, by 499 votes to 70, with 102 abstentions, a resolution on the role of cities in the institutional framework of the European Union.

Urban dimension of EU policies : Members recalled that the majority of the EU population (more than 70 %) live in urban areas. According to the Leipzig Charter , European cities are considered ‘valuable and irreplaceable economic, social and cultural assets’ and should assume responsibility for territorial cohesion.

Parliament recognised that the involvement of cities in the EU’s decision-making process is facilitated through their representation in the Committee of the Regions .

It observed that the EU is incrementally strengthening the urban dimension of a number of its policies, as is shown, e.g., by the ‘smart cities and communities’ concept (the European Innovation Partnership) and by such initiatives as the Urban Community Initiative I (URBAN I), URBAN II, sustainable urban development, the Urban Development Network, Urban Innovative Actions, the European Capital of Culture, the European Green Capital and the European Capital of Innovation, the Covenant of Mayors and the Urban Agenda for the EU ( Pact of Amsterdam ), which creates a platform of cooperation between Member States, regions, cities, the Commission, Parliament, the Union’s advisory bodies with a view to making an informal contribution to the design and revision of both future and existing EU legislation.

Strengthening the role and participation of cities : Parliament stressed the key role of cities and local public authorities in the preparation, design, financing and implementation of major Union policies, such as the fight against climate change. Cities may also play an important role in the Union's external policies as a public diplomacy tool.

Members called for better coordination and integration of urban instruments and programmes into EU policies, which could be achieved through the appointment of a Commissioner with a political leadership role.

Members called for better coordination and integration of the instruments and programmes dedicated to cities in various EU policies, to be achieved by designating a Commissioner responsible for taking a political lead on the matter, so as to give strategic direction to those policies.

New global challenges posed by security and immigration, demographic shift, youth unemployment, challenges relating to the quality of public services, access to clean and affordable energy, natural disasters and environmental protection demand local responses. Cities have proved their capacity to efficiently manage integrated actions for sustainable urban development. Members considered it necessary to reinforce the early and coordinated involvement of cities in EU decision making within the current institutional set-up of the EU , and suggested strengthening the role played by cities in future policy-making.

Parliament stressed, in particular, the need to:

strengthen the political representation of cities and municipalities in the current EU institutional framework , and to consider a reinforcement of cities’ representation within the Committee of the Regions; consolidate the involvement of European associations representing local authorities and urban interests in policy design, such as the EUROCITIES network and the Council of European Municipalities and Regions and others; carry out territorial impact assessments of all policy measures and legislation that affect the local level.

Cities as fora for public debate : regions and cities should be recognised as centres with a positive role to play in the development of EU strategies, in which global issues originate locally and are solved locally. Cities can thus have a legitimising role, and can contribute to awareness-raising campaigns on EU citizens’ rights.

In order to become centres of debate on the future of the Union and its policies, municipalities must appoint a councillor in charge of European affairs. A network should be established for local councillors with such a mandate.

The resolution proposed that the citizens’ consultation process be arranged by Parliament and the Committee of the Regions , in cooperation with those European city councils recognised as fora for European debate. Councils of cities recognised as European debating fora should be responsible for providing universities, local schools and other educational institutions, as well as the media, with their extensive professional and public experience.

Members suggested the establishment of a pilot programme of 54 European debate fora – ensuring a balanced territorial representation and the representation of cities of different size – to be held in non-capital cities of the Member States.

Lastly, they stressed the need for the exchange of good practices between European cities.

Documents
2018/07/03
   EP - End of procedure in Parliament
2018/07/02
   EP - Debate in Parliament
2018/06/07
   EP - Committee report tabled for plenary, single reading
Details

The Committee on Constitutional Affairs adopted the own-initiative report by Kazimierz Michał UJAZDOWSKI (NI, PL) on the role of cities in the institutional framework of the Union.

Members welcomed the Urban Agenda for the EU as a new model of multi-level governance based on partnership by engaging cities in the review of existing legislation and reflecting on the future shape of policies. They called for the Urban Agenda to be coordinated, reinforced and formalised , stating that it should not remain a voluntary process and that the Member States and the Commission should acquire more of its ownership.

Strengthening the role and participation of cities : the report stressed the key role of cities, as well as of all local authorities, in preparing, designing, financing and implementing key Union policies, e.g. tackling climate change. Cities might also have an important role in the Union’s external policies as a tool of public diplomacy.

Members called for better coordination and integration of the instruments and programmes dedicated to cities in various EU policies, to be achieved by designating a Commissioner responsible for taking a political lead on the matter, so as to give strategic direction to those policies.

New global challenges posed by security and immigration, demographic shift, youth unemployment, challenges relating to the quality of public services, access to clean and affordable energy, natural disasters and environmental protection demand local responses. Members considered it necessary to reinforce the early and coordinated involvement of cities in EU decision making within the current institutional set-up of the EU, and suggested strengthening the role played by cities in future policy-making.

The report stressed, in particular, the need to:

strengthen the political representation of cities and municipalities in the current EU institutional framework , and to consider a reinforcement of cities’ representation within the Committee of the Regions; consolidate the involvement of European associations representing local authorities and urban interests in policy design, such as the EUROCITIES network and the CEMR and others; carry out territorial impact assessments of all policy measures and legislation that affect the local level.

Cities as fora for public debate : regions and cities should be recognised as centres with a positive role to play in the development of EU strategies, in which global issues originate locally and are solved locally. Cities can thus have a legitimising role , and can contribute to awareness-raising campaigns on EU citizens’ rights.

In order to become centres of debate on the future of the Union and its policies, municipalities must appoint a councillor in charge of European affairs. a network should be established for local councillors with such a mandate.

Members proposed that the citizens’ consultation process be arranged by Parliament and the Committee of the Regions , in cooperation with those European city councils recognised as fora for European debate. Councils of cities recognised as European debating fora should be responsible for providing universities, local schools and other educational institutions, as well as the media, with their extensive professional and public experience.

Members suggested the establishment of a pilot programme of 54 European debate fora – ensuring a balanced territorial representation and the representation of cities of different size – to be held in non-capital cities of the Member States.

Lastly, they stressed the need for the exchange of good practices between European cities.

Documents
2018/05/24
   EP - Vote in committee, 1st reading/single reading
2018/05/15
   EP - Committee opinion
Documents
2018/03/26
   EP - Amendments tabled in committee
Documents
2018/02/19
   EP - Committee draft report
Documents
2017/03/16
   EP - Committee referral announced in Parliament, 1st reading/single reading
2017/03/16
   EP - Referral to associated committees announced in Parliament
2017/02/06
   EP - OLBRYCHT Jan (PPE) appointed as rapporteur in REGI
2016/06/15
   EP - UJAZDOWSKI Kazimierz Michał (ECR) appointed as rapporteur in AFCO

Documents

Votes

A8-0203/2018 - Kazimierz Michał Ujazdowski - vote unique 03/07/2018 12:43:02.000

2018/07/03 Outcome: +: 499, 0: 102, -: 70
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63
45
65
29
45
21
18
20
16
20
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20
16
11
8
13
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6
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  • date: 2018-07-02T00:00:00 type: Debate in Parliament body: EP docs: url: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/sides/getDoc.do?secondRef=TOC&language=EN&reference=20180702&type=CRE title: Debate in Parliament
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  • date: 2018-07-03T00:00:00 type: Decision by Parliament, 1st reading/single reading body: EP docs: url: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/sides/getDoc.do?type=TA&language=EN&reference=P8-TA-2018-0273 title: T8-0273/2018 summary: The European Parliament adopted, by 499 votes to 70, with 102 abstentions, a resolution on the role of cities in the institutional framework of the European Union. Urban dimension of EU policies : Members recalled that the majority of the EU population (more than 70 %) live in urban areas. According to the Leipzig Charter , European cities are considered ‘valuable and irreplaceable economic, social and cultural assets’ and should assume responsibility for territorial cohesion. Parliament recognised that the involvement of cities in the EU’s decision-making process is facilitated through their representation in the Committee of the Regions . It observed that the EU is incrementally strengthening the urban dimension of a number of its policies, as is shown, e.g., by the ‘smart cities and communities’ concept (the European Innovation Partnership) and by such initiatives as the Urban Community Initiative I (URBAN I), URBAN II, sustainable urban development, the Urban Development Network, Urban Innovative Actions, the European Capital of Culture, the European Green Capital and the European Capital of Innovation, the Covenant of Mayors and the Urban Agenda for the EU ( Pact of Amsterdam ), which creates a platform of cooperation between Member States, regions, cities, the Commission, Parliament, the Union’s advisory bodies with a view to making an informal contribution to the design and revision of both future and existing EU legislation. 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New global challenges posed by security and immigration, demographic shift, youth unemployment, challenges relating to the quality of public services, access to clean and affordable energy, natural disasters and environmental protection demand local responses. Cities have proved their capacity to efficiently manage integrated actions for sustainable urban development. Members considered it necessary to reinforce the early and coordinated involvement of cities in EU decision making within the current institutional set-up of the EU , and suggested strengthening the role played by cities in future policy-making. Parliament stressed, in particular, the need to: strengthen the political representation of cities and municipalities in the current EU institutional framework , and to consider a reinforcement of cities’ representation within the Committee of the Regions; consolidate the involvement of European associations representing local authorities and urban interests in policy design, such as the EUROCITIES network and the Council of European Municipalities and Regions and others; carry out territorial impact assessments of all policy measures and legislation that affect the local level. Cities as fora for public debate : regions and cities should be recognised as centres with a positive role to play in the development of EU strategies, in which global issues originate locally and are solved locally. Cities can thus have a legitimising role, and can contribute to awareness-raising campaigns on EU citizens’ rights. 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MESSERSCHMIDT Morten
committees/0/shadows/2
group
ECR
name
MESSERSCHMIDT Morten
activities/1/date
Old
2018-09-10T00:00:00
New
2018-07-02T00:00:00
activities/0/committees/0/shadows/3
group
GUE/NGL
name
SCHOLZ Helmut
committees/0/shadows/3
group
GUE/NGL
name
SCHOLZ Helmut
procedure/legal_basis/0
Old
Rules of Procedure of the European Parliament EP 052
New
Rules of Procedure EP 052
activities/1
date
2018-09-10T00:00:00
body
EP
type
Indicative plenary sitting date, 1st reading/single reading
other/0
body
EC
dg
commissioner
CREȚU Corina
activities/0/committees/0/shadows/3
group
Verts/ALE
name
ANDERSSON Max
committees/0/shadows/3
group
Verts/ALE
name
ANDERSSON Max
activities/0/committees/0/shadows/3
group
EFD
name
CASTALDO Fabio Massimo
committees/0/shadows/3
group
EFD
name
CASTALDO Fabio Massimo
activities/0/committees/0/shadows/2
group
ALDE
name
PAGAZAURTUNDÚA RUIZ Maite
committees/0/shadows/2
group
ALDE
name
PAGAZAURTUNDÚA RUIZ Maite
activities/0/committees/1/date
2017-02-06T00:00:00
activities/0/committees/1/rapporteur
  • group: EPP name: OLBRYCHT Jan
committees/1/date
2017-02-06T00:00:00
committees/1/rapporteur
  • group: EPP name: OLBRYCHT Jan
activities/0
date
2017-03-16T00:00:00
body
EP
type
Committee referral announced in Parliament, 1st reading/single reading
committees
procedure/dossier_of_the_committee
AFCO/8/09426
procedure/stage_reached
Old
Preparatory phase in Parliament
New
Awaiting committee decision
activities
    committees
    • body: EP shadows: group: EPP name: PREDA Cristian Dan group: S&D name: SÂRBU Daciana Octavia responsible: True committee: AFCO date: 2016-06-15T00:00:00 committee_full: Constitutional Affairs (Associated committee) rapporteur: group: ECR name: UJAZDOWSKI Kazimierz Michał
    • body: EP responsible: False committee_full: Regional Development (Associated committee) committee: REGI
    links
    other
      procedure
      reference
      2017/2037(INI)
      title
      Role of cities in the institutional framework of the Union
      legal_basis
      Rules of Procedure of the European Parliament EP 052
      stage_reached
      Preparatory phase in Parliament
      subtype
      Initiative
      type
      INI - Own-initiative procedure
      subject