Heidi Hautala

Function EP Vice-President, Member
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Brussels
European Parliament
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F-67070 Strasbourg Cedex

Party Vihreät - De Gröna
CountryFinland
Greens / EFA Group EP Vice-President, Member
Committees International Trade (Member)
Legal Affairs (Substitute Member)
Human Rights (Member)
International Trade (Coordinator)
Delegations Russia (Substitute Member)
Southeast Asia, ASEAN (Member)
Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia (Substitute Member)
Euronest (Member)
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Relevant Articles

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Conclusion of the EU-Canada CETA

Greens/EFA motion for resolution

The EU-Canada agreement 'CETA' is different from TTIP, but its contents are just as concerning. In their motion for resolution, the Greens/EFA explain the reasons why they are opposed to the conclusion of this trade deal.

Euro coins
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Progress on executive pay, but not on taxes

Shareholder Rights Directive

The European Parliament’s legal affairs committee has approved the final agreement with the Council on the revised directive on shareholders' rights. We are pleased to have ensured greater transparency on executive pay, but progress remains stalled on measures to ensure tax justice.

ceta
©han Soete
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CETA

Deal will proceed to parliamentary vote without additional scrutiny

The European Parliament’s International Trade Committee has today recommended that the European Parliament given its consent to CETA. The committee rejected an amendment from Greens/EFA MEP Heidi Hautala, calling for a five month suspension of the consent procedure.

glyphosate© Alexandra Buxbaum
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Glyphosate

Green MEPs demand access to full studies

Four Green MEPs have submitted an appeal to the European Food Safety Agency (EFSA), calling for access to the full studies used to determine the safety of controversial herbicide, glyphosate.

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New Bureau of the Greens/EFA Group

Ska Keller and Philippe Lamberts elected co-presidents

The Greens/EFA Group in the European Parliament has today elected its bureau for the next two and a half years.

Tax shopping

Exploring Zara's tax business

 The countdown to Christmas is well underway and for most of us, December is the month of shopp...

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CETA

European Parliament refuses to refer trade deal to ECJ

The European Parliament has today rejected a call from a coalition of MEPs, including Greens/EFA mem...

Transparency/ethics

Cañete fails to address conflict of interest concerns; full investigation must follow

EU climate and energy commissioner Cañete today appeared before the EP's Legal Affairs committee to...

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EU development aid

Diverting development aid to military projects would be scandalous

The European Commission today presented a controversial proposal to transfer EU development aid, ear...

Transparency and Independence

EU Parliament presents the Commission with a ready-made regulation to improve the EU administration

Over three years ago, the European Parliament - by an overwhelming majority - called on the Commission to present legislation that would improve the openness, efficiency and independence of the EU administration.

Panama Papers Inquiry

Meet our Green Team!

As the Plenary Chamber of the European Parliament voted yesterday to support an inquiry committee on the Panama Papers scandal, the Greens have been busy voting as well for their 8 representatives to seat in this committee.

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EU Food Safety Authority proposes “secure reading room” for access to controversial glyphosate studies

The EU's Food Safety Authority, in charge of reviewing whether or not to approve glyphosate – a herbicide used for example in Monsanto's Roundup products – has responded to a freedom of information request made by 4 Greens/EFA MEPs by proposing that access to the controversial studies may be provided via a secure “reading room”, a set-up now being used for Members' access to TTIP and Tax-justice related documents.