After nearly a year of inquiry, Parliament wants more European oversight and new testing to remedy flaws in manufacturers' checks and to prevent further cheating on car emissions levels.
In their final report after a year-long inquiry, members of the committee set up to investigate the car emissions scandal push for stricter controls and implementation of rules on a European level.
E-democracy, an end to roaming fees in the EU, and visa reciprocity with the US are all on the table in the week ahead. MEPs will also discuss findings and recommendations from the car emissions scandal inquiry.
After more than a year of tough discussions, MEPs want measures such as stricter surveillance of national authorities to avoid a repeat of the 2015 car emissions scandal.
The co-rapporteurs of Parliament's committee of inquiry into emissions testing scandals paint a landscape of oversights and fraud in recent years.
Can Jean-Claude Juncker chart a path to stabilise Europe with Brexit looming and will MEPs welcome his choice to appoint the UK's Sir Julian King as Security Union Commissioner?
MEPs grill former EU Commissioners to assess whether stones were left unturned as evidence mounted of grossly underestimated emissions.
Kathleen Van Brempt, President of Parliament’s inquiry committee, and Krisjanis Karins comment on former Commissioner Verheugen’s long-awaited discussion with the Parliament.