European Parliament this week: banking reform, emissions trading, ECB, Cyprus and Hungary
A proposal to cap bankers’ bonuses will be voted on by MEPs during the plenary session of 15-18 April in Strasbourg, as well as the European Central Bank’s mandate. They will also debate the constitutional situation in Hungary and question representatives from the European Commission and the Irish presidency on the handling of the Cyprus bailout. MEPs will also be asked to vote on emissions trading as well as to approve how various EU bodies spent their budgets in 2011.
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