Serbia: EU Membership – Member of the European Parliament Listings (Part 4 FINAL PART) – Please write now

http://www.europarl.europa.eu/president/defaulten.htm?cabinet

 

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The European Parliament

 

Hans-Gert Pöttering is the President of the European Parliament

The European Parliament (EP) is elected by the citizens of the European Union to represent their interests.

Its origins go back to the 1950s and the founding treaties, and since 1979 its members have been directly elected by the people they represent.

Elections are held every five years, and every EU citizen is entitled to vote, and to stand as a candidate, wherever they live in the EU. The latest elections were in June 2004. Parliament thus expresses the democratic will of the Union’s citizens (more than 490 million people), and represents their interests in discussions with the other EU institutions. The present parliament has 785 members from all 27 EU countries. Nearly one third of them are women. In principle, the number of Members of the European Parliament shall not exceed 736 from the next parliamentary term on (i.e. 2009 – 2014). Since Bulgaria and Romania joined the Union in the course of the 2004-2009 parliamentary term, the current maximum number of 732 seats in the EPwill be temporarily exceeded.

Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) do not sit in national blocks, but in seven Europe-wide political groups. Between them, they represent all views on European integration, from the strongly pro-federalist to the openly Eurosceptic.

Hans-Gert Pöttering was elected President of the EP in 2007 and is to hold that post until the 2009 elections. 

Number of seats per political group, as at 1 September 2007

Political group

Abbreviation

No. of seats

European People’s Party (Christian Democrats) and European Democrats

EPP-ED

278

Socialist Group

PES

216

Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe

ALDE

104

Union for Europe of the Nations

UEN

44

Greens/European Free Alliance

Greens/EFA

42

European United Left – Nordic Green Left

EUL/NGL

41

Independence/Democracy

ID

24

Identity, Tradition and Sovereignty

ITS

23

Non-attached members and temporarily vacant seats

NI

13

TOTAL

 

785

 

Number of seats per country (2009 – 2014 parliamentary term)

(in alphabetical order according to the country’s name in its own language).

Austria

18

Latvia

9

Belgium

24

Lithuania

13

Bulgaria

18

Luxembourg

6

Cyprus

6

Malta

5

Czech Republic

24

Netherlands

27

Denmark

14

Poland

54

Estonia

6

Portugal

24

Finland

14

Romania

35

France

78

Slovakia

14

Germany

99

Slovenia

7

Greece

24

Spain

54

Hungary

24

Sweden

19

Ireland

13

United Kingdom

78

Italy

78

TOTAL

785

 


Where is Parliament based?

The European Parliament has three places of work: Brussels (Belgium), Luxembourg and Strasbourg (France).

Luxembourg is home to the administrative offices (the ‘General Secretariat’). Meetings of the whole Parliament, known as ‘plenary sessions’, take place in Strasbourg and sometimes in Brussels. Committee meetings are also held in Brussels.


What does Parliament do?


Parliament has three main roles:

  1. Passing European laws – jointly with the Council in many policy areas. The fact that the EP is directly elected by the citizens helps guarantee the democratic legitimacy of European law.
  2. Parliament exercises democratic supervision over the other EU institutions, and in particular the Commission. It has the power to approve or reject the nomination of commissioners, and it has the right to censure the Commission as a whole.
  3. The power of the purse. Parliament shares with the Council authority over the EU budget and can therefore influence EU spending. At the end of the procedure, it adopts or rejects the budget in its entirety.

These three roles are described in greater detail below.

1. Passing European laws

The most common procedure for adopting (i.e. passing) EU legislation is ‘codecision’. This procedure places the European Parliament and the Council on an equal footing and it applies to legislation in a wide range of fields.

In some fields (for example agriculture, economic policy, visas and immigration), the Council alone legislates, but it has to consult Parliament. In addition, Parliament’s assent is required for certain important decisions, such as allowing new countries to join the EU.

Parliament also provides impetus for new legislation by examining the Commission’s annual work programme, considering what new laws would be appropriate and asking the Commission to put forward proposals.

2. Democratic supervision

Parliament exercises democratic supervision over the other European institutions. It does so in several ways.

When a new Commission takes office, its members are nominated by the EU member state governments but they cannot be appointed without Parliament’s approval. Parliament interviews each of them individually, including the prospective Commission President, and then votes on whether to approve the Commission as a whole.

Throughout its term of office, the Commission remains politically accountable to Parliament, which can pass a ‘motion of censure’ calling for the Commission’s mass resignation.

More generally, Parliament exercises control by regularly examining reports sent to it by the Commission (the annual general report, reports on the implementation of the budget, etc.). Moreover, MEPs regularly ask the Commission questions which the commissioners are legally required to answer.

Parliament also monitors the work of the Council: MEPs regularly ask the Council questions, and the President of the Council attends the EP’s plenary sessions and takes part in important debates.

Parliament can exercise further democratic control by examining petitions from citizens and setting up committees of inquiry.

Finally, Parliament provides input to every EU summit (the European Council meetings). At the opening of each summit, the President of Parliament is invited to express Parliament’s views and concerns about topical issues and the items on the European Council’s agenda.

3. The power of the purse

The EU’s annual budget is decided jointly by Parliament and the Council. Parliament debates it in two successive readings, and the budget does not come into force until it has been signed by the President of Parliament.

Parliament’s Committee on Budgetary Control (COCOBU) monitors how the budget is spent, and each year Parliament decides whether to approve the Commission’s handling of the budget for the previous financial year. This approval process is technically known as ‘granting a discharge’.


How is the Parliament’s work organised?

Parliament’s work is divided into two main stages:

  • Preparing for the plenary session. This is done by the MEPs in the various parliamentary committees that specialise in particular areas of EU activity. The issues for debate are also discussed by the political groups.
  • The plenary session itself. Plenary sessions are normally held in Strasbourg (one week per month) and sometimes in Brussels (two days only). At these sessions, Parliament examines proposed legislation and votes on amendments before coming to a decision on the text as a whole.

Other items on the agenda may include Council or Commission ‘communications’ or questions about what is going on in the European Union or the wider world.


 

City of Nis, Serbia.

 

Serbian treet dogs are have been captured by shinters, thrown into the city pound and have now been slaughtered.

 

Please call or write to the Mayor of Nis, Milos Simonovic, and tell him you have seen the footage of the dogs in the pound.  Please ask him to implement no kill sterilization strategy for the city and inform him that you are informing all your national EU MEP’s about the killings which have happened at Nis.

 

Please call +381 18 504411 

 

E mail:  mayor@ni.rs

 

 

PLEASE SEE THE VIDEO OF THE CAPTURED (AND NOW DEAD) DOGS IN THE CITY POUND ON YOUTUBE !!!

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ha10UMwdpLw

 

This footage and information is being sent immediately (17/12/08) to the EU in Brussels.

 

Without a national No Kill Sterilisation, Vaccination and Identification (Microchipping) programme, Serbia should NOT be welcomed for membership  of the EU.

 

Please contact your MEP’s immediately.  You need them to act for you and the animals of Serbia, and they need your votes to remain an MEP at the next euro elections in June 09.

 

And so now, they need to raise the issue of Serbian accession, stray animals and adoption of a No Kill programme throughout Serbia and the Balkans states.

 

Thank You.

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IMPORTANT NOTE – All data and information given in the four SAV Posts titled :

Serbia: EU Membership – Member of the European Parliament Listings (Part xx) – Please write now

Comprising a total of 4 Parts, has been produced using information given and publically available data from sites produced by the European Union.  References to these sources are provided wherever possible.

“Serbian Animals Voice”

Campaigning for a Humane and (Better) LIFE for all Serbian Stray Animals.

GO NO KILL !

 

 

Serbia: EU Membership – Member of the European Parliament Listings (Part 3) – Please write now

For full details of this campaign please go to part 1 of these posts at:

https://serbiananimalsvoice.wordpress.com/2008/12/27/serbia-eu-membership-member-of-the-european-parliament-listings-part-1-please-write-now/

For full national MEP lists regarding each current member state, please access the following:

http://www.europarl.europa.eu/members.do

Serbia to apply for EU candidate status in 2009

 

Belgrade, Dec 18, 2008 – Deputy Prime Minister for EU Integration Bozidar Djelic today stated that Serbia will apply for EU candidate status in 2009, a step which it will make with the cooperation of its EU partners.

 

Djelic told the press that the EU is to assess the implementation of the Stabilisation and Association Agreement in order to consider the country’s candidacy.

Therefore, we will begin implementing the SAA from January 1, so that when the time comes the European Commission will positively assess Serbia’s application, he said.

Djelic also noted that Serbia will continue with its efforts and activities aimed at persuading the Netherlands to change its stance and give its consent for the application of the implementation of the Transitional Trade Agreement in Serbia.

He reiterated that Serbia is doing its best to locate the remaining two Hague indictees, voicing his hope that the Netherlands will be faced with more and more evidence of Serbia’s efforts to successfully conclude its cooperation with the Hague tribunal.

 

For full national MEP lists regarding each current member state, please access the following:  http://www.europarl.europa.eu/members.do?language=EN

To save all of you (specifically) european campaigners for Balkans animals a lot of work, we at SAV have undertaken most of it for you. 

Please read on: 

Below you will find full MEP contact details given on a current EU member state by member state basis.  You can copy and paste all your national contacts for the country in which you live.

 

 

Member of the European Parliament (MEP) CONTINUED – National Lists – Block listings to Copy and Send

 

Portugal

 

paulo.casaca@europarl.europa.eu,  carlos.coelho@europarl.europa.eu,  assuncao.esteves@europarl.europa.eu,  edite.estrela@europarl.europa.eu,  elisa.ferreira@europarl.europa.eu,  ilda.figueiredo@europarl.europa.eu,  vasco.gracamoura@europarl.europa.eu,  joel.hasseferreira@europarl.europa.eu,  joao.pinheiro@europarl.europa.eu,  jose.ribeiroecastro@europarl.europa.eu,  manuel.dossantos@europarl.europa.eu,  jose.silvapeneda@europarl.europa.eu,  sergio.sousapinto@europarl.europa.eu, 

 

United Kingdom

 

roger.helmer@europarl.europa.eu,  bill.newtondunn@europarl.europa.eu,  glenis.willmott@europarl.europa.eu,  andrew.duff@europarl.europa.eu,  richard.howitt@europarl.europa.eu,  rwsturdy@btconnect.com,  eastern@ukip.org,  thomas.wise@europarl.europa.eu,  john.bowis@europarl.europa.eu,  robert.evans@europarl.europa.eu,  mary.honeyball@europarl.europa.eu,  skamall@europarl.eu.int,  jean.lambert@europarl.europa.eu,  sarah.ludford@europarl.europa.eu,  claude.moraes@europarl.europa.eu,  charles.tannock@europarl.europa.eu,  fiona.hall@europarl.europa.eu,  stephen-hughes@btconnect.com,  ratsmep@sir-robertatkins.org,  chrisdaviesmep@cix.co.uk,  den.dover@europarl.europa.eu,  sajjad.karim@europarl.europa.eu,  briansimpson.labour@virgin.net,  gary.titley@europarl.europa.eu,  jim.allister@europarl.europa.eu,  bairbre.debrun@europarl.europa.eu,  elspeth.attwooll@europarl.europa.eu,  ian.hudghton@europarl.europa.eu,  john.purvis@europarl.europa.eu,  struanmep@aol.comm  cstihler@cstihlermep.freeserve.co.uk,  ASHWORTH Richard James,  sharon.bowles@europarl.europa.eu,  mail@danhamilton.co.uk,  jelles@europarl.eu.int,  daniel.hannan@europarl.europa.eu,  caroline.lucas@europarl.europa.eu,  ashley.mote@europarl.europa.eu,  emma.nicholson@europarl.europa.eu,  peter.skinner@europarl.europa.eu,  mrgrahambooth@aol.com,  giles.chichester@europarl.europa.eu,  glyn.ford@europarl.europa.eu,  caroline.jackson@europarl.europa.eu,  roger.knapman@europarl.europa.eu,  neil.parish@europarl.europa.eu,  graham.watson@europarl.europa.eu,  eluned.morgan@europarl.europa.eu,  philip.bradbourn@europarl.europa.eu,  philip.bushill-matthews@europarl.europa.eu,  michael.cashman@europarl.europa.eu,  malcolm.harbour@europarl.europa.eu,  elizabeth.lynne@europarl.europa.eu,  richard@richardcorbett.org.uk,  timothy.kirkhope@btinternet.com,  linda.mcavan@europarl.europa.eu,  edward.mcmillan-scott@europarl.europa.eu,  diana@dianawallismep.org.uk, 

 

 

Ireland

 

proinsias.derossa@europarl.europa.eu,  gay.mitchell@europarl.europa.eu,  eoin.ryan@europarl.europa.eu,  liam.aylward@europarl.europa.eu,  avril.doyle@europarl.europa.eu,  mairead.mcguinness@europarl.europa.eu,  marian.harkin@europarl.europa.eu,  jim.higgins@europarl.europa.eu,  colmburke@colmburke.eu,  briancrowleymep@eircom.net, 


PLEASE SEE PREVIOUS OR FURTHER POSTS FOR OTHER NATIONAL MEP LISTINGS IF YOUR COUNTRY IS NOT DETAILED ABOVE.

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Serbia: EU Membership – Member of the European Parliament Listings (Part 2) – Please write now

For full details of this campaign please go to part 1 of these posts at:

https://serbiananimalsvoice.wordpress.com/2008/12/27/serbia-eu-membership-member-of-the-european-parliament-listings-part-1-please-write-now/

For full national MEP lists regarding each current member state, please access the following:

http://www.europarl.europa.eu/members.do?language=EN

To save all of you (specifically) european campaigners for Balkans animals a lot of work, we at SAV have undertaken most of it for you. 

Please read on: 

Below you will find full MEP contact details given on a current EU member state by member state basis.  You can copy and paste all your national contacts for the country in which you live.

Following this is a full, complete block listing of EVERY Member of the European Parliament (MEP) for every member  state nation which can be copied and sent.

Mr. Hans-Gert Pöttering, President of the European Parliament

declares on his Europa web site that:

 

The European Parliament (EP) is elected by the citizens of the European Union to represent their interests

You as a european citizen, have an ‘interest’ that you wish the EU Parliament to investigate and report on – to ‘represent your interest’ about current Serbian animal welfare procedures, such as rounding up strays and killing, which is in direct opposition to existing Serbian national legislation – and ask as a euro citizen that

a requirement for Serbia to either implement a national No Kill, humane, chip and vaccination program for stray animals and become an EU member state, or for them to continue the killing of strays as they currently do, and for them consequently to be excluded from future EU membership.

No Kill Sterilisation = EU Membership,

Round up and inhumanely kill (as currently undertaken) = NO EU Membership

 

 

Member of the European Parliament (MEP) – National Lists – Block listings to Copy and Send

 

Member of the European Parliament (MEP) CONTINUED – National Lists – Block listings to Copy and Send

 

Slovakia

 

peter.baco@europarl.europa.eu,  edit.bauer@europarl.europa.eu,  irena.belohorska@europarl.europa.eu,  asistent.benova@strana-smer.sk,  mgala@europarl.eu.int,  jan.hudacky@europarl.europa.eu,  milos.koterec@europarl.europa.eu,  sergej.kozlik@europarl.europa.eu,  vladimir.manka@europarl.europa.eu,  miroslav.mikolasik@europarl.europa.eu,  zita.plestinska-assistant@europarl.europa.eu,  anna.zaborska@europarl.europa.eu, 

 

 

Hungary

 

etelka.barsi-pataky@europarl.europa.eu,  zsolt.becsey@europarl.europa.eu,  alexandra.dobolyi@europarl.europa.eu,  szabolcs.fazakas@parlament.hu,  kinga.gal@europarl.europa.eu,  zita.gurmai@europarl.europa.eu,  andras.gyurk@europarl.europa.eu,  gabor.harangozo@mszp.hu,  gyula.hegyi@europarl.europa.eu,  edit.herczog@europarl.europa.eu,  livia.jaroka@europarl.europa.eu,  magda.kosanekovacs@europarl.europa.eu,  viktoria.mohacsi@europarl.europa.eu,  peter.olajos@europarl.europa.eu,  csaba.ory@europarl.europa.eu,  pal.schmitt@europarl.europa.eu,  gschopflin@clara.co.uk,  laszlo.surjan@europarl.europa.eu,  jozsef.szajer@europarl.europa.eu,  istvan.szent-ivanyi@europarl.europa.eu,  csaba.tabajdi@europarl.europa.eu, 

 

Slovenia

 

 

mihael.brejc@europarl.europa.eu,  mojca.drcarmurko@europarl.europa.eu,  romana.jordancizelj@europarl.europa.eu,  jelko.kacin@europarl.europa.eu,  ljudmila.novak@europarl.europa.eu,  borut.pahor@europarl.europa.eu,  alojz.peterle@europarl.europa.eu, 

 

 

Romania

 

robertaalma.anastase@europarl.europa.eu,  office@danescu.ro,  victor_bostinaru@yahoo.com,  nicodim.bulzesc@europarl.europa.eu,  cristiansilviu.busoi@europarl.europa.eu,  titus.corlatean@psd.ro,  corina.cretu@europarl.europa.eu,  cetatenieuropevi@gmail.com,  magorimre.csibi@europarl.europa.eu,  office@constantindumitriu.eu,  sorin.frunzaverde@europarl.europa.eu,  monicamaria.iacobridzi@europarl.europa.eu,  marian-jean.marinescu@europarl.europa.eu,  neccatalin@yahoo.com,  feaa@uaic.ro,  ioanmircea.pascu@europarl.europa.eu,  maria.petre@europarl.europa.eu,  rovana.plumb@europarl.europa.eu,  mihaela_popa7@yahoo.com,  nicolaevlad.popa@europarl.europa.eu,  dacianaoctavia.sarbu@europarl.europa.eu,  adrian.severin@europarl.europa.eu,  silviaadriana.ticau@europarl.europa.eu,  adinaioana.valean@europarl.europa.eu,  iuliu.winkler@europarl.europa.eu,  marian.zlotea@europarl.europa.eu, 

 

 

Bulgaria

 

marielavelichkova.baeva@europarl.europa.eu,  slavi.binev@europarl.europa.eu,  filizhakaeva.hyusmenova@europarl.europa.eu,  ilianamalinova.iotova@europarl.europa.eu,  rumiana.jeleva@europarl.europa.eu,  metinhusein.kazak@europarl.europa.eu,  evgeni.kirilov@europarl.europa.eu,  marusyaivanova.lyubcheva@europarl.europa.eu,  nickolay.mladenov@europarl.europa.eu,  atanas.paparizov@europarl.europa.eu,  bilyana.raeva@europarl.europa.eu,  petya.stavreva@europarl.europa.eu,  dimitar.stoyanov@europarl.europa.eu,  vladimir.urutchev@europarl.europa.eu,  kristian.vigenin@europarl.europa.eu,  dushana@yahoo.com, 

 

 

Greece

 

emmanouil.angelakas@europarl.europa.eu,  stavros.arnaoutakis@europarl.europa.eu,  katerina.batzeli@europarl.europa.eu,  costas.botopoulos@europarl.europa.eu,  giorgos.dimitrakopoulos@europarl.europa.eu,  georgios.georgiou@europarl.europa.eu,  ioannis.gklavakis@europarl.europa.eu,  rodi.kratsa-tsagaropoulou@europarl.europa.eu,  stala@politicalforum.gr,  diamanto.manolakou@europarl.europa.eu,  maria.matsouka@europarl.europa.eu,  manolis.mavrommatis@europarl.europa.eu,  marie.panayotopoulos-cassiotou@europarl.europa.eu,  dimitrios.papadimoulis@europarl.europa.eu,  georgios.papastamkos@europarl.europa.eu,  anni.podimata@europarl.europa.eu,  margaritis.schinas@europarl.europa.eu,  antonios.trakatellis@europarl.europa.eu,  evangelia.tzampazi@europarl.europa.eu,  nikolaos.vakalis@europarl.europa.eu, 

 

Cyprus

 

adamos.adamou@europarl.europa.eu,  panayiotis.demetriou@europarl.europa.eu,  ioannis.kasoulides@europarl.europa.eu,  yiannakis.matsis@europarl.europa.eu,  kyriacos.triantaphyllides@europarl.europa.eu, 

 

Italy

 

roberta.angelilli@europarl.europa.eu,  alessandro.battilocchio@europarl.europa.eu,  carlo.casini@europarl.europa.eu,  alessandro.foglietta@europarl.europa.eu,  lilli.gruber@europarl.europa.eu,  umberto.guidoni@europarl.europa.eu,  luisa.morgantini@europarl.europa.eu,  pasqualina.napoletano@europarl.europa.eu,  guido.sacconi@europarl.europa.eu,  luciana.sbarbati@europarl.europa.eu,  antonio.tajani@europarl.europa.eu,  stefano.zappala@europarl.europa.eu,  giuseppe.castiglione@europarl.europa.eu,  giusto.catania@europarl.europa.eu,  raffaele.lombardo@provincia.ct.it,  n.musumeci@inwind.it,  vincenzo.aita@europarl.europa.eu,  beniaminodonnici@virgilio.it,  giuseppe.gargani@europarl.europa.eu,  vincenzo.lavarra@europarl.europa.eu,  aldo@patriciello.it,  umberto.pirilli@europarl.europa.eu,  gianni.pittella@europarl.europa.eu,  salvatore.tatarella@europarl.europa.eu,  armando.veneto@europarl.europa.eu,  riccardo.ventre@europarl.europa.eu,  donatotommaso.veraldi@europarl.europa.eu,  marcello.vernola@europarl.europa.eu,  gabriele.albertini@europarl.europa.eu,  info@vitobonsignore.eu,  mario.borghezio@europarl.europa.eu,  giulietto.chiesa@europarl.europa.eu,  carlo.fatuzzo@europarl.europa.eu,  monica.frassoni@europarl.europa.eu,  jas.gawronski@europarl.europa.eu,  romano.larussa@consiglio.regione.lombardia.it,  c.muscardini@tin.it,  marco.pannella@europarl.europa.eu,  guido.podesta@europarl.europa.eu,  francescoenrico.speroni@europarl.europa.eu,  patrizia.toia@europarl.europa.eu,  info@sergioberlato.it,  giovanni.berlinguer@europarl.europa.eu,  iles.braghetto@europarl.europa.eu,  renato.brunetta@europarl.europa.eu,  marco.cappato@europarl.europa.eu,  paolo.costa@europarl.europa.eu,  michl.ebner@europarl.europa.eu,  donata.gottardi@europarl.europa.eu,  sepp.kusstatscher@europarl.europa.eu,  vittorio.prodi@europarl.europa.eu,  amalia.sartori@europarl.europa.eu,  mauro.zani@europarl.europa.eu, 

 

Austria

 

herbert.boesch@europarl.europa.eu,  wolfgang.bulfon@europarl.europa.eu,  harald.ettl@europarl.europa.eu,  othmar.karas@europarl.europa.eu,  eva.lichtenberger@gruene.at,  office@hpmartin.net,  a.moelzer@aon.at,  christa.prets@europarl.europa.eu,  reinhard.rack@europarl.europa.eu,  karin.resetarits@europarl.europa.eu,  paul.ruebig@europarl.europa.eu,  karin.scheele@europarl.europa.eu,  agnes.schierhuber@europarl.europa.eu,  richard.seeber@europarl.europa.eu,  hannes.swoboda@spoe.at, 

 

 

Czech Republic

 

tvosecka@euparlament.com,  brezina@janbrezina.cz,  cabrnoch@cabrnoch.cz,  petr.duchon@europarl.europa.eu,  hynek.fajmon@europarl.europa.eu,  richard.falbr@europarl.europa.eu,  miroslav@ouzky.cz,  zuzana.roithova@europarl.europa.eu,  libor.roucek@europarl.europa.eu,  ris.olonz.ods@volny.cz,  oldrich.vlasak@europarl.europa.eu,  jan.zahradil@europarl.europa.eu,  tomas.zatloukal@europarl.europa.eu,  vladimir.zelezny@europarl.europa.eu,  info@zieleniec.cz,  jaroslav.zverina@europarl.europa.eu, 

 

 

 

 

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Serbia: EU Membership – Member of the European Parliament Listings (Part 1) – Please write now

Serbia to apply for EU candidate status in 2009

 

Belgrade, Dec 18, 2008 – Deputy Prime Minister for EU Integration Bozidar Djelic today stated that Serbia will apply for EU candidate status in 2009, a step which it will make with the cooperation of its EU partners.

 

Djelic told the press that the EU is to assess the implementation of the Stabilisation and Association Agreement in order to consider the country’s candidacy.

Therefore, we will begin implementing the SAA from January 1, so that when the time comes the European Commission will positively assess Serbia’s application, he said.

Djelic also noted that Serbia will continue with its efforts and activities aimed at persuading the Netherlands to change its stance and give its consent for the application of the implementation of the Transitional Trade Agreement in Serbia.

He reiterated that Serbia is doing its best to locate the remaining two Hague indictees, voicing his hope that the Netherlands will be faced with more and more evidence of Serbia’s efforts to successfully conclude its cooperation with the Hague tribunal.

 

 

For full national MEP lists regarding each current member state, please access the following:

http://www.europarl.europa.eu/members.do?language=EN

To save all of you (specifically) european campaigners for Balkans animals a lot of work, we at SAV have undertaken most of it for you. 

Please read on: 

Below you will find full MEP contact details given on a current EU member state by member state basis.  You can copy and paste all your national contacts for the country in which you live.

Following this is a full, complete block listing of EVERY Member of the European Parliament (MEP) for every member  state nation which can be copied and sent.

Mr. Hans-Gert Pöttering, President of the European Parliament

declares on his Europa web site that:

 

The European Parliament (EP) is elected by the citizens of the European Union to represent their interests

You as a european citizen, have an ‘interest’ that you wish the EU Parliament to investigate and report on – to ‘represent your interest’ about current Serbian animal welfare procedures, such as rounding up strays and killing, which is in direct opposition to existing Serbian national legislation – and ask as a euro citizen that

a requirement for Serbia to either

implement a national No Kill, humane, chip and vaccination program for stray animals and become an EU member state,

or for them to continue the killing of strays as they currently do, and for them consequently to be excluded from future EU membership.

No Kill Sterilisation = EU Membership,

Round up and inhumanely kill (as currently undertaken) = NO EU Membership

 

 

Member of the European Parliament (MEP) – National Lists – Block listings to Copy and Send

 

Finland

 

satu.hassi@europarl.europa.eu,  ville.itala@europarl.europa.eu,  anneli.jaatteenmaki@europarl.europa.eu,  piia-noora.kauppi@europarl.europa.eu,  henrik.lax@europarl.europa.eu,  riitta.aarrevuo@brutto.inet.fi,  riitta.myller@europarl.europa.eu,  reino.paasilinna@europarl.europa.eu,  samuli.pohjamo@europarl.europa.eu,  esko.seppanen@europarl.europa.eu,  alexander.stubb@europarl.europa.eu,  hannu.takkula@europarl.europa.eu,  kyosti.virrankoski@europarl.europa.eu, 

 

Sweden

 

jan.andersson@europarl.europa.eu,  mcarlshamre@europarl.eu.int,  charlotte.cederschiold@europarl.europa.eu,  lena.ek@europarl.europa.eu,  goran.farm@europarl.europa.eu,  christofer.fjellner@europarl.europa.eu,  helene.goudin@telia.com,  anna.hedh@europarl.europa.eu,  gunnar.hokmark@europarl.europa.eu,  jens.holm@europarl.europa.eu,  anna.ibrisagic@europarl.europa.eu,  nils.lundgren@europarl.europa.eu,  carl.schlyter@europarl.europa.eu,  olle.schmidt@europarl.europa.eu,  asa.westlund@europarl.europa.eu,  anders.wijkman@europarl.europa.eu,  lars.wohlin@telia.com, 

 

 

Estonia

 

tunne.kelam@europarl.europa.eu,  marianne.mikko@europarl.europa.eu,  katrin.saks@europarl.europa.eu,  toomas.savi@europarl.europa.eu,  andres.tarand@europarl.europa.eu, 

 

 

Latvia

 

 

georgs.andrejevs@europarl.europa.eu,  valdis.dombrovskis@europarl.europa.eu,  aldis.kuskis@europarl.europa.eu,  inese.vaidere@europarl.europa.eu,  tatjana.zdanoka@europarl.europa.eu,  roberts.zile@europarl.europa.eu, 

 

Lithuania

 

info@laimaandrikiene.lt,  arunas.degutis-assistant@europarl.europa.eu,  jolanta.dickute@europarl.europa.eu,  gintaras.didziokas@europarl.europa.eu,  mep@takas.lt,  justasvincas.paleckis@europarl.europa.eu,  margarita.starkeviciute@europarl.europa.eu, 

 

 

Poland

 

adam.bielan@europarl.europa.eu,  jerzy.buzek@europarl.europa.eu, 

czarnecki@medianet.pl,  ryszard.czarnecki@europarl.europa.eu,  hanna.foltyn-kubicka@europarl.europa.eu,  biuro@geremek.pl,  lidiajoanna.geringerdeoedenberg@europarl.europa.eu, 

maciejmarian.giertych@europarl.europa.eu,  biuro@bogdangolik.pl,  biuro@jalowiecki.pl,  senator@janowski.rzeszow.pl,  filip@filipkaczmarek.pl,  biuro@urszulakrupa.pl,  wisla.c@wp.pl,  biuro@jankulakowski.pl,  zbigniewkrzysztof.kuzmiuk@europarl.europa.eu,  janusz.lewandowski@europarl.europa.eu,  marcin.libicki@europarl.europa.eu,  jantadeusz.masiel@europarl.europa.eu,  jan.olbrycht@europarl.europa.eu,  janusz.onyszkiewicz@europarl.europa.eu,  jozef.pinior@europarl.europa.eu,  jacek.protasiewicz@europarl.europa.eu,  boguslaw.rogalski@europarl.europa.eu,  dariusz.rosati@europarl.europa.eu,  wojciech@roszkowski.pl,  leopoldjozef.rutowicz@europarl.europa.eu,  jacek.saryusz-wolski@europarl.europa.eu,  czeslaw.siekierski@europarl.europa.eu,  boguslaw.sonik@europarl.europa.eu,  grazyna.staniszewska-assistant@europarl.europa.eu,  andrzejjan.szejna@europarl.europa.eu,  konrad.szymanski@europarl.europa.eu,  witold.tomczak@europarl.europa.eu,  bernard.wojciechowski@europarl.europa.eu,  janusz.wojciechowski@europarl.europa.eu,  zbigniew.zaleski@europarl.europa.eu,  andrzejtomasz.zapalowski@europarl.europa.eu, 

 

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Serbia: Youtube Footage Links and Serbian Government / Media Letter to Copy and Mail – PLEASE ACT !

Youtube footage of Klementina the pig.

Note, this video also shows some of the ‘set up’ footage specially arranged and undertaken by the conspirator(s) who entered EPAR shelter and attempted to claim that all animals at the shelter were treated badly.  This incident is currently being further investigated by the police.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ze-JES27EYs

Below is the video link showing the REAL EPAR shelter, including animal houses and all the food and hay/straw provisions ready for the winter.  Note that food (coloured red / pink) for the animals can be seen located in all of the shelter areas for every animal.
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fD1CfMvYfRA
 
This link will tell you about Api’s story.
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EnVlAz0u2fA
 
 
Spasili smo ih od sigurne smrti ubistvom od strane  šinterskih timova ,koji u Srbiji rade punom parom, plaćeni  su iz lokalnih budžeta, mada je taj čin protivzakonit ,- omogućili  smo ovim divnim bićima  drugu šansu, jer oni imaju pravo na život .

Ali  ova   “beskrajna priča”   MOžE  se zaustaviti  SAMO Nacionalnom no kill sterilizacija strategijom –  sterilizacijom VLASNIČKIH pasa /mačaka i sankcionisanjem  neodgovornih vlasnika i šinterskih timova  , u skladu s članom 269 KZ RS.

Neodgovorni vlasnici su UZROK napušteni psi/mačke  su žrtve, posledice  tolerisanja ovog UZROKA ,kao i ujedeni gradjani .

Odštetu ujedenim gradjanima  treba da plaćaju oni odgovorni pojedinci koji svojim nečinjenjem omogućuju  nekažnjenu  perzistenciju  uzroka , stradanja životinja ,  svakodnevnu mentalnu agresiju na  ljude koji vole životinje i svedoci su  protivzakonitih egzekucija   nevinih osećajnih bića  koje se vrše umesto  sankcionisanja prouzrokovača i  eliminacije  izvora  novih neželjenih jedinki pasa /mačaka te stalno prisutnu tezgu za  dobro   plaćen  kriminalni rad : hvatanje radi ubijanja.Nekoliko kaveza na deponiji u Nišu, na deponiji u Novom Sadu, odgajivačnica sa 22  boks 2mx3m u Subotici, nekoliko kaveza u Mašinskoj radionici u Somboru ,  upisani su – falsifikovanjem činjeničnog stanja  i prekoračenjem ovlašćenja od strane  odgovornih pojedinaca , autoriteta lokalne i republicke vlasti,  kao  prihvatilišta za  napuštene pse i mačke , a nikog od tih autoriteta NIJE zanimalo  KAKO je moguće  zbrinuti u  22 boks 2mx3m   1200 pasa č ili u pet kaveza 1,5mx1,5 m  zbrinuti  do 3000 pasa/mačaka. Tvrdili su da njih zanima samo ispunjenost vet.sanitarnih uslova. Da li je moguće ispunjavati vet.sanitarne uslove u 5 kaveza  ako u njih staviš 3000   pasa/mačaka , i da li je moguće da veterinare  koji sede u Vet Upravi  – i Odeljenju za  inspekcijski nadzor , Generalnom Inspektoratu, Odeljenju za dobrobit ,  svi mi im dajemo  platu , a njih ne interesuje  surova  sudbina životinja – samo da li je tih 5 kaveza u tom trenutku  očišćeno ili ne .Gde je 3000 pasa/mačaka koji su u tim kavezima boravili  u jednoj godini , ove veterinare ne zanima.Nameće  se pitanje prava na  veterinarsku licencu, o čemu bi  trebala  dati misljenje Vet.Komora  u onom trenutku kada ovi vet  budu  trebali tu licencu- jer trenutno im licenca  ne treba, ali sve  se pamti i piše se sve i kad im bude trebala dobro je setiti se  svega ovoga, kao i mnoga druga pitanja .

Besmisleni eksperimenti –  a postoje na CD -ima i postoje alternative za preko 90% .

Besmislene ZOO tamnice koje podstiču na nasilje medju mladima.

Besmislena religiozna  klanja  , koja  krvlju vrištećih žrtava ovog  brutalnog klanja  zalivaju   molitve pune milosrdja  , čineći ih licemernim  ,  negirajući  ne samo versku  nego slobodu  uopšte .

We have rescued these animals from the killings and we gave them a second chance, because they have the right to live .

But it is needed to stop the killings all over Serbia – because  theShinter-Vet team`s killings  ARE unlawful – in opposition to valid regulations.

Now is the time somebody must be punished for undertaking these killings, because  killing goes against the laws of Serbia and also because of the Constitution of Republic of Serbia.

View the crimes being inflicted on the stray dogs and cats of Serbia:

https://serbiananimalsvoice.wordpress.com/2008/12/17/serbia-nis-city-video-footage-of-dogs-at-city-pound-awaiting-death-please-view-footage-and-contact-the-mayor-of-nis-immediately/

All of the dogs shown in this link above were killed … and there are  a new victims, again, again and  always again ….despite there being Serbian laws which should not allow this to happen …

Please view images of the dogs in the Nis pound, awaiting death, at :

www.flickr.com/alithia

If you want to take action about these killings, then please contact the Serbian authorities who  have an obligation to implement Serbian national legislation and to implement the Constitution of the Republic of Serbia.

Serbian authorities have an obligation to stop the killings and undertake national No Kill sterilisation as the correct and only way for a reduction of future population number controls for all dogs and cats.

Any other method which involves killing of dogs and cats within Serbia is unlawful and goes against Serbian national legislation.

 

A Sample letter to the Serbian government and the Serbian media is given below.

You can produce your own letter using this as a basis, if you so  wish.

Dear Sir/madam, dear Commisioner

I am fully aware that Serbia is aiming for EU accession, and would like to point out that in order to join the EU, any new (potential) Member State must meet at least the following three criteria:

political: stability of institutions guaranteeing democracy,

the rule of law,

human rights and respect for and protection of minorities;

economic: existence of a functioning market economy and the capacity to cope with competitive pressure and market forces within the Union;

acceptance of the Community acquis: ability to take on the obligations
of membership, including adherence to the aims of political, economic
and monetary union.

I ask you to view the following:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ha10UMwdpLw

“Spaying and neutering helps stem the tide of animal overpopulation. The real answer to the massive street animal population in Serbia is for all Serbian authorities to adopt a national ‘No Kill’ sterilisation programme, and to implement it immediately.

It must be a national priority to reduce the number of stray animals over a given period of time. Shinters/dog catchers are not animal control agencies – they are simply communal enterprises working at attempted controlling of the stray dog and cat populations”.

They never will as they are not gettibng to the heart of the problem – that stray animals reproduce and produce yet more stray offspring.  Catching some animals and killing them is no way to control numbers, as the survivors will continue to reproduce and provide more strays.

Only by implementing a nationwide sterilization program, and only by spaying and neutering all companion animals, will you, as the national government and national / regional authorities, ever obtain any control on pet animal overpopulation.

Given the staggering reproductive rates detailed, it stands to reason that, within only a few years, a carefully planned and implemented national sterilization programs could produce a dramatic reduction in the number of unwanted companion animals being born.

According to news received from other countries, in those towns and cities that have implemented similar programs, it has already been seen that the number of companion animals who had to be euthanized declined by 30 to 60 percent.

In addition, experience has shown that programs oriented toward preserving life are actually more cost effective and cheaper than ones oriented toward killing. For example, it is far less costly to neuter a feral cat than it is to impound, hold, kill and dispose of a feral cat’s body.

The savings are also exponential (preventing future generations of feral cats from being born and potentially entering shelters)”.

Please make sure that Serbia implements a strategy which provides the humane treatment and keeping of all animals taken from the streets, including that of the keeping of animals within authority pounds for an indefinite period.

Please make a overpopulation control programme possible:

by Humane treatment of all animals taken from the street(s);


a no maximum time limit on the period which an animal is kept at a shelter


Euthanasia only where necessary, and only in full agreement by several parties,
 including those from animal welfare organisations and non governmental associations


Euthanasia only in the interest of the individual animal; ie. due to  illness or non-recoverable injury


Sterilisation of all owned and roaming animals, except special  breeding animals


Vaccination of all animals, to be given during the sterilisation process, for prevention of all animal carried diseases
 
 

 

a general health check for each and every animal to also be undertaken during the sterilisation process

All of these issues associated with animals are regulated by strict legislation throughout the EU.

 
 

 

Future potential member states like Serbia, which is currently seeking EU accession, will need to ensure that they are compliant with at an EU approved standard in whatever sphere of animal usage before gaining  EU accession

SAV and Serbian welfare organisations will be closely monitoring all aspects of animal treatment in all spheres within Serbia, and will be raising awareness within the EU when it is  considered necessary to do so.
 
June 2009 sees the European Elections; we ask polit to make Serbia and the stray dogs and cats of the Balkans states an issue to be debated in the Europaparlament. 

We want The Serbian President to respond to EU letters sent to him on the issue of strays, not just ignore them as he has done up until this current time.

Until the EU demands action from a nation wishing to be an(EU) member state, the killings will go on.

Please use your power to change things for the better for Serbia.

Sincerely

Name:

Nationality:

*****************************************

Serbian  authorities are   :

Mr. Boris Tadic – President of Serbia      nkrstic@predsednik.srbija.yu

Mr.Sasha Dragib- Minister of Agriculture kabibet@minpolj.sr.gov.yu

Mr. Zoran Micovic                                 micovicz@minpolj.sr.gov.yu

 It is important to know : these tree honored persons are members of Democracy party , president of Democracy Party is  honored mr. Boris Tadic , president of Serbia.

Mr.IvanLozo is – vet inspector of NIS:Official mobil phone number ++ 381 63 573 372       
Mr. MitkeDavkovski (vet who do killing the dogs/cats ): his mobil phone number is ++ 38163 4581 82

PLEASE ALSO COPY ALL CORRESPONDENCE YOU PRODUCE TO THE Serbian media :

                       redakcija@blic.co.yu

                       redakcija@kurir-info.co.yu

                       redakcija@glas-javnosti.co.yu

                       telegraf@eunet.yu

                       redakcija@novosti.co.yu

                       redakcija@nin.co.yu

                       info@subotickenovine.rs

                       rajna.popovic@politika.co.yu

                       radisa.kricak@b92.net

 S poštovanjem

 Best regards

 Friend-EPAR/OIPA member league/Alliance for Animal rights Serbia

 

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