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Conclusion of the EU-Canada CETA

Greens/EFA motion for resolution

In their motion for resolution which was tabled on behalf of the Group, the Greens/EFA explain why they decline their consent to the conclusion of CETA.

Here are the reasons:

  1. CETA may undermine European democracy
  2. CETA may undermine European environmental standards and a green energy transition
  3. CETA may undermine European public welfare standards
  4. CETA may undermine European social standards
  5. CETA may undermine sustainable European agriculture
  6. CETA may undermine a forward-looking European industrial policy

 

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Responsible MEPs

Martin Häusling
Martin Häusling
Member
Heidi Hautala
Heidi Hautala
EP Vice-President, Member
Yannick Jadot
Yannick Jadot
Member
Ska Keller
Ska Keller
Co-President
Igor Šoltes
Igor Šoltes
Member
Bart Staes
Bart Staes
Member
Josep Maria Terricabras
Josep Maria Terricabras
EFA President and first Vice President of the Greens/EFA Group
Claude Turmes
Claude Turmes
Member

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