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"Beidh ceannairí an Aontais Eorpaigh ag bualadh le chéile an tseachtain seo, agus iad ag iarraidh Conradh nua don AE a chur le chéile. Beidh béim ar leith á chur acu ar chúrsaí dlí agus cirt. Dar liomsa, ní chóir go mbeadh an chumhacht ag an AE socruithe dlí agus cirt a dhéanamh le vótáil trí thromlach cáilithe toisc go bhfuil córas dlí coiteann i bhfeidhm ag Éire agus an Bhreatain. Is córas dlí sibhialta atá i bhfeidhm ag na Ballstáit eile san AE. The reality of what we have to deal with, of the new threats that are posed before us, whether it is terrorism, people trafficking, drug trafficking, asylum, illegal immigration and the pressures that are put on the services that deal with all these areas, highlight one single point most of all: human interaction or human involvement is at the core of all these areas. It is incumbent on us within the European Union to ensure that we put every tool at our disposal, not only to guarantee the safety and security of our own regions and areas but also to ensure that the rights of people are protected: those who may be suspects, or even those who may have met a suspect at some stage. We find too often that, merely by association, you could be guilty of committing a crime under some of the new draconian laws that have been brought into different countries. That is why cooperation and coordination between the various Member States is important, because not only does it facilitate and allow the free movement of information and intelligence, which is essential in tackling so many of these crimes, but it also allows for best practice to be in force among the police forces or security services that may not be as good as others. In the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs, we used to have the idea of the ‘open coordination’ method whereby good things led to the other good things. There are positive things in European Union countries that other countries can follow, not just third countries but also Member States. Because of the complexity of the legal systems that in the different Member States, there still needs to be oversight by the Council of Ministers. This is not an area that can be given exclusively to European Union competence. I hope that at the weekend we will find a proper compromise towards that."@en4
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"Beidh ceannairí an Aontais Eorpaigh ag bualadh le chéile an tseachtain seo, agus iad ag iarraidh Conradh nua don AE a chur le chéile. Beidh béim ar leith á chur acu ar chúrsaí dlí agus cirt. Dar liomsa, ní chóir go mbeadh an chumhacht ag an AE socruithe dlí agus cirt a dhéanamh le vótáil trí thromlach cáilithe toisc go bhfuil córas dlí coiteann i bhfeidhm ag Éire agus an Bhreatain. Is córas dlí sibhialta atá i bhfeidhm ag na Ballstáit eile san AE. The reality of what we have to deal with, of the new threats that are posed before us, whether it is terrorism, people trafficking, drug trafficking, asylum, illegal immigration and the pressures that are put on the services that deal with all these areas, highlight one single point most of all: human interaction or human involvement is at the core of all these areas. It is incumbent on us within the European Union to ensure that we put every tool at our disposal, not only to guarantee the safety and security of our own regions and areas but also to ensure that the rights of people are protected: those who may be suspects, or even those who may have met a suspect at some stage. We find too often that, merely by association, you could be guilty of committing a crime under some of the new draconian laws that have been brought into different countries. That is why cooperation and coordination between the various Member States is important, because not only does it facilitate and allow the free movement of information and intelligence, which is essential in tackling so many of these crimes, but it also allows for best practice to be in force among the police forces or security services that may not be as good as others. In the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs, we used to have the idea of the ‘open coordination’ method whereby good things led to the other good things. There are positive things in European Union countries that other countries can follow, not just third countries but also Member States. Because of the complexity of the legal systems that in the different Member States, there still needs to be oversight by the Council of Ministers. This is not an area that can be given exclusively to European Union competence. I hope that at the weekend we will find a proper compromise towards that."@cs1
"Beidh ceannairí an Aontais Eorpaigh ag bualadh le chéile an tseachtain seo, agus iad ag iarraidh Conradh nua don AE a chur le chéile. Beidh béim ar leith á chur acu ar chúrsaí dlí agus cirt. Dar liomsa, ní chóir go mbeadh an chumhacht ag an AE socruithe dlí agus cirt a dhéanamh le vótáil trí thromlach cáilithe toisc go bhfuil córas dlí coiteann i bhfeidhm ag Éire agus an Bhreatain. Is córas dlí sibhialta atá i bhfeidhm ag na Ballstáit eile san AE. Hr. formand! Vi er nødt til at forholde os til en virkelighed, hvor vi står over for nye trusler, det være sig terrorisme, menneskesmugling, narkotikasmugling, asylansøgninger eller illegal indvandring, og hvor der lægges pres på de institutioner for tjenesteydelser, hvor alle disse områder behandles. I denne virkelighed er ét eneste punkt mest i fokus: Det menneskelige samspil eller det menneskelige engagement, som er kernen i alle disse områder. Det påhviler os i EU at sikre, at vi bruger alle de redskaber, vi har til rådighed, til ikke blot at garantere sikkerheden i vores egne regioner og områder, men også til at sikre, at folks rettigheder beskyttes: rettighederne for dem, som måske er mistænkte, eller endog for dem, som på et tidspunkt måske har mødt en mistænkt. Vi ser for tit, at man alene i kraft af en forbindelse kunne være skyldig i en forbrydelse i henhold til nogle af de nye, meget strenge love, som er blevet indført i forskellige lande. Derfor er samarbejde og koordinering mellem de forskellige medlemsstater vigtigt, for med dét ikke blot fremmes og muliggøres den frie bevægelse i informationer og underretninger, hvilket er afgørende for at tackle så mange af disse forbrydelser, det muliggør også, at de bedste fremgangsmåder kan tages i anvendelse hos politistyrker eller sikkerhedstjenester, som måske ikke er lige så dygtige som andre. I Udvalget om Beskæftigelse og Sociale Anliggender plejede vi at have en idé om en metode med "åben koordination", hvor godt førte andet godt med sig. Der er positive sider ved EU-lande, som andre lande kan følge, ikke kun tredjelande, men også medlemsstater. På grund af kompleksiteten i de forskellige medlemsstaters retssystemer er en overvågning gennem Ministerrådet stadig nødvendig. Det er ikke et område, hvor EU kan få eneret på kompetence. Jeg håber, at vi i weekenden finder et hensigtsmæssigt kompromis i dette spørgsmål."@da2
"Beidh ceannairí an Aontais Eorpaigh ag bualadh le chéile an tseachtain seo, agus iad ag iarraidh Conradh nua don AE a chur le chéile. Beidh béim ar leith á chur acu ar chúrsaí dlí agus cirt. Dar liomsa, ní chóir go mbeadh an chumhacht ag an AE socruithe dlí agus cirt a dhéanamh le vótáil trí thromlach cáilithe toisc go bhfuil córas dlí coiteann i bhfeidhm ag Éire agus an Bhreatain. Is córas dlí sibhialta atá i bhfeidhm ag na Ballstáit eile san AE. Die Realität dessen, womit wir uns beschäftigen müssen, der neuen Bedrohungen, die sich vor uns auftun – ob Terrorismus, Menschenhandel, Drogenhandel, Asylfragen, illegale Einwanderung oder der Druck, unter dem die Dienste stehen, die sich mit all diesen Fragen befassen, – rückt in erster Linie einen Aspekt in den Vordergrund: nämlich das menschliche Zusammenwirken oder die Mitwirkung der Menschen. Es ist unsere Aufgabe in der Europäischen Union, dafür Sorge zu tragen, dass wir alle uns zur Verfügung stehenden Instrumente nicht nur dazu nutzen, die Sicherheit und Gefahrenabwehr in unseren eigenen Regionen und Gebieten zu gewährleisten, sondern auch dafür zu sorgen, dass die Rechte der Menschen geschützt werden: derer, die möglicherweise Verdächtige sind, oder auch derjenigen, die vielleicht einmal zu irgendeinem Zeitpunkt mit einem Verdächtigen zusammengetroffen sind. Nur allzu oft müssen wir feststellen, dass man sich – nur weil man damit in Verbindung gebracht wird – aufgrund einiger der neuen drakonischen Gesetze, die in verschiedenen Ländern eingeführt wurden, eines Verbrechens schuldig macht. Deshalb ist die Zusammenarbeit und Koordinierung zwischen den einzelnen Mitgliedstaaten so wichtig, denn das erleichtert und ermöglicht nicht nur den ungehinderten Informationsaustausch und die Aufklärungstätigkeit, die für die Bekämpfung vieler dieser Straftaten unabdingbar sind, sondern sorgt auch für den Einsatz der bewährtesten Verfahren bei den Polizei- oder Sicherheitskräften, die vielleicht noch nicht so gut sind. Im Ausschuss für Beschäftigung und soziale Angelegenheiten haben wir für gewöhnlich das Konzept der „offenen Koordinierung“ vertreten, nämlich dass etwas Gutes zu anderen guten Dingen führt. In den Ländern der Europäischen Union gibt es positive Dinge, die andere Länder übernehmen können – nicht nur Drittländer, sondern auch Mitgliedstaaten. Aufgrund der Komplexität der Rechtssysteme in den einzelnen Mitgliedstaaten muss der Ministerrat auch weiterhin die Aufsicht haben. Das ist kein Bereich, der ausschließlich in die Zuständigkeit der Europäischen Union fallen darf. Ich hoffe, dass wir am Wochenende einen angemessenen Kompromiss in dieser Hinsicht finden."@de9
"Beidh ceannairí an Aontais Eorpaigh ag bualadh le chéile an tseachtain seo, agus iad ag iarraidh Conradh nua don AE a chur le chéile. Beidh béim ar leith á chur acu ar chúrsaí dlí agus cirt. Dar liomsa, ní chóir go mbeadh an chumhacht ag an AE socruithe dlí agus cirt a dhéanamh le vótáil trí thromlach cáilithe toisc go bhfuil córas dlí coiteann i bhfeidhm ag Éire agus an Bhreatain. Is córas dlí sibhialta atá i bhfeidhm ag na Ballstáit eile san AE. Η πραγματικότητα ενώπιον της οποίας βρισκόμαστε, και η οποία συνίσταται στις νέες απειλές τις οποίες αντιμετωπίζουμε, είτε πρόκειται για την τρομοκρατία, είτε για την εμπορία ανθρώπων, το λαθρεμπόριο ναρκωτικών, το άσυλο, την παράνομη μετανάστευση και τις πιέσεις που ασκούνται στις υπηρεσίες που χειρίζονται όλα αυτά τα θέματα, φέρνει έντονα στο προσκήνιο ένα πρωτίστως θέμα: ότι η αλληλεπίδραση μεταξύ των ανθρώπων ή ο ανθρώπινος παράγοντας βρίσκεται στο επίκεντρο όλων αυτών των τομέων. Εναπόκειται σε εμάς, στην Ευρωπαϊκή Ένωση, να διασφαλίσουμε ότι θα κάνουμε χρήση όλων των μέσων που έχουμε στη διάθεσή μας προκειμένου να εγγυηθούμε την ασφάλεια και την προστασία των περιφερειών και της επικράτειάς μας, αλλά και να διασφαλίσουμε την προστασία των δικαιωμάτων των ανθρώπων: όσων είναι ενδεχομένως ύποπτοι, ή ακόμη και όσων μπορεί να έχουν έρθει κάποια στιγμή σε επαφή με άτομα τα οποία θεωρούνται ύποπτα. Διαπιστώνουμε πολύ συχνά ότι, μέσω της επαφής και μόνο, μπορεί κανείς να θεωρηθεί ένοχος για τη διάπραξη εγκλημάτων με βάση ορισμένους από τους νέους δρακόντειους νόμους που έχουν θεσπιστεί σε διάφορες χώρες. Γι’ αυτό είναι σημαντική η συνεργασία και ο συντονισμός μεταξύ των διαφόρων κρατών μελών, δεδομένου ότι δεν διευκολύνουν, απλώς, ή επιτρέπουν την ελεύθερη ανταλλαγή δεδομένων και πληροφοριών, η οποία είναι επιβεβλημένη για την αντιμετώπιση πάρα πολλών από αυτά τα εγκλήματα, αλλά επιτρέπουν επίσης την εφαρμογή βέλτιστων πρακτικών από αστυνομικές δυνάμεις ή δυνάμεις ασφαλείας οι οποίες ενδέχεται να μην είναι εξίσου αποτελεσματικές με άλλες. Στην Επιτροπή Απασχόλησης και Κοινωνικών Υποθέσεων, θεωρούσαμε ότι η μέθοδος του «ανοικτού συντονισμού» στηριζόταν σε θετικά στοιχεία τα οποία οδηγούσαν σε θετικά αποτελέσματα. Σε πολλές χώρες της Ευρωπαϊκής Ένωσης υπάρχουν θετικά στοιχεία τα οποία μπορούν να ακολουθήσουν άλλες χώρες, όχι μόνο τρίτες χώρες αλλά και χώρες μέλη της ΕΕ. Λόγω της πολυπλοκότητας των νομικών συστημάτων των διαφόρων κρατών μελών, εξακολουθεί να είναι αναγκαία η εποπτεία από το Συμβούλιο των Υπουργών. Ο τομέας αυτός δεν μπορεί να θεωρηθεί αποκλειστική αρμοδιότητα της Ευρωπαϊκής Ένωσης. Ευελπιστώ ότι το Σαββατοκύριακο θα καταλήξουμε σε μια κατάλληλη συμβιβαστική λύση η οποία θα κινείται προς αυτή την κατεύθυνση."@el10
"Beidh ceannairí an Aontais Eorpaigh ag bualadh le chéile an tseachtain seo, agus iad ag iarraidh Conradh nua don AE a chur le chéile. Beidh béim ar leith á chur acu ar chúrsaí dlí agus cirt. Dar liomsa, ní chóir go mbeadh an chumhacht ag an AE socruithe dlí agus cirt a dhéanamh le vótáil trí thromlach cáilithe toisc go bhfuil córas dlí coiteann i bhfeidhm ag Éire agus an Bhreatain. Is córas dlí sibhialta atá i bhfeidhm ag na Ballstáit eile san AE. La realidad de lo que tenemos que abordar, de las nuevas amenazas a las que nos enfrentamos, ya sea el terrorismo, el tráfico de seres humanos, el tráfico de drogas, el asilo, la inmigración ilegal y las presiones que sufren los servicios que tratan estos problemas, resalta sobre todo un punto: la interacción humana o la implicación humana está en el meollo de todas estas cuestiones. La Unión Europea tiene que hacer uso de todos los instrumentos para garantizar no solo la seguridad de nuestras regiones, sino también la protección de los derechos de las personas: las que puedan ser sospechosas o incluso las que se hayan encontrado con un sospechoso en algún momento. Demasiado a menudo encontramos que, por mera asociación, uno podría ser considerado culpable de haber cometido un delito de acuerdo con alguna de las nuevas leyes draconianas que se han aprobado en diferentes países. Por eso la cooperación y coordinación entre los diferentes Estados miembros es importante, porque no solo facilita y permite la libre circulación de datos e informaciones confidenciales, que es esencial para hacer frente a muchos de esos delitos, sino que también permite que entre las fuerzas policiales o los servicios de seguridad que no son tan buenos como otros rijan las mejores prácticas. En la Comisión de Empleo y Asuntos Sociales solíamos tener la idea del método de «coordinación abierta» según el cual las cosas positivas llevaban a otras cosas positivas. Hay cosas positivas en los países de la Unión Europea que otros países pueden seguir, no solo los países terceros, sino también los Estados miembros. Dada la complejidad de los sistemas jurídicos en los diferentes Estados miembros, el Consejo de Ministros tiene que seguir supervisando esto. No es un ámbito que pueda ser de competencia exclusiva de la Unión Europea. Espero que el fin de semana lleguemos a un buen compromiso en ese sentido."@es21
"Beidh ceannairí an Aontais Eorpaigh ag bualadh le chéile an tseachtain seo, agus iad ag iarraidh Conradh nua don AE a chur le chéile. Beidh béim ar leith á chur acu ar chúrsaí dlí agus cirt. Dar liomsa, ní chóir go mbeadh an chumhacht ag an AE socruithe dlí agus cirt a dhéanamh le vótáil trí thromlach cáilithe toisc go bhfuil córas dlí coiteann i bhfeidhm ag Éire agus an Bhreatain. Is córas dlí sibhialta atá i bhfeidhm ag na Ballstáit eile san AE. The reality of what we have to deal with, of the new threats that are posed before us, whether it is terrorism, people trafficking, drug trafficking, asylum, illegal immigration and the pressures that are put on the services that deal with all these areas, highlight one single point most of all: human interaction or human involvement is at the core of all these areas. It is incumbent on us within the European Union to ensure that we put every tool at our disposal, not only to guarantee the safety and security of our own regions and areas but also to ensure that the rights of people are protected: those who may be suspects, or even those who may have met a suspect at some stage. We find too often that, merely by association, you could be guilty of committing a crime under some of the new draconian laws that have been brought into different countries. That is why cooperation and coordination between the various Member States is important, because not only does it facilitate and allow the free movement of information and intelligence, which is essential in tackling so many of these crimes, but it also allows for best practice to be in force among the police forces or security services that may not be as good as others. In the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs, we used to have the idea of the ‘open coordination’ method whereby good things led to the other good things. There are positive things in European Union countries that other countries can follow, not just third countries but also Member States. Because of the complexity of the legal systems that in the different Member States, there still needs to be oversight by the Council of Ministers. This is not an area that can be given exclusively to European Union competence. I hope that at the weekend we will find a proper compromise towards that."@et5
"Beidh ceannairí an Aontais Eorpaigh ag bualadh le chéile an tseachtain seo, agus iad ag iarraidh Conradh nua don AE a chur le chéile. Beidh béim ar leith á chur acu ar chúrsaí dlí agus cirt. Dar liomsa, ní chóir go mbeadh an chumhacht ag an AE socruithe dlí agus cirt a dhéanamh le vótáil trí thromlach cáilithe toisc go bhfuil córas dlí coiteann i bhfeidhm ag Éire agus an Bhreatain. Is córas dlí sibhialta atá i bhfeidhm ag na Ballstáit eile san AE. Kohtaamamme realiteetit ja meihin kohdistuvat uudet todelliset uhkat, kuten terrorismi, ihmiskauppa, huumekauppa, turvapaikka-asiat, laiton maahanmuutto sekä näitä kaikkia aloja käsitteleviin yksiköihin kohdistuvat paineet korostavat ennen kaikkea yhtä näkökohtaa: ihmisten välinen vuorovaikutus tai inhimillinen toiminta on keskeistä kaikilla näillä aloilla. Meillä Euroopan unionin jäsenillä on velvollisuus varmistaa, että käytämme kaikkia saatavilla olevia välineitä sekä taataksemme omien alueidemme turvallisuuden ja turvatoimet että suojataksemme ihmisten oikeudet: niiden ihmisten, joita saatetaan epäillä, tai niidenkin, joihin epäilykset ovat saattaneet kohdistua jossain vaiheessa. Eri maissa on otettu käyttöön uusia erittäin ankaria lakeja, joiden nojalla henkilö voidaan pelkkien mielleyhtymien perusteella todeta syylliseksi rikokseen. Tästä syystä yhteistyö ja koordinointi eri jäsenvaltioiden välillä on tärkeää, sillä siten ei vain edistetä ja sallita vapaata tiedonkulkua ja tiedustelupalveluja, joilla on ratkaiseva merkitys hyvin monien tällaisten rikosten selvittämisessä, vaan pystytään myös saattamaan voimaan parhaat käytännöt niissä poliisivoimissa ja turvallisuuspalveluissa, jotka eivät ehkä ole aivan muiden tasolla. Työllisyys- ja sosiaaliasioiden valiokunnalla oli tapana toteuttaa "avoimen koordinaation" menetelmää, jonka avulla hyvät asiat johtivat muihin hyviin asioihin. Euroopan unionin jäsenvaltioissa on myönteisiä asioita, joista muut maat voisivat ottaa esimerkkiä – eivät vain kolmannet maat vaan myös jäsenvaltiot. Eri jäsenvaltioiden monimutkaisten oikeusjärjestelmien takia tarvitaan edelleen ministerineuvoston valvontaa. Tätä alaa ei voida jättää yksinomaan Euroopan unionin toimivaltaan. Toivon, että saamme viikonloppuna aikaan tätä tavoitetta edistävän asianmukaisen kompromissin."@fi7
"Beidh ceannairí an Aontais Eorpaigh ag bualadh le chéile an tseachtain seo, agus iad ag iarraidh Conradh nua don AE a chur le chéile. Beidh béim ar leith á chur acu ar chúrsaí dlí agus cirt. Dar liomsa, ní chóir go mbeadh an chumhacht ag an AE socruithe dlí agus cirt a dhéanamh le vótáil trí thromlach cáilithe toisc go bhfuil córas dlí coiteann i bhfeidhm ag Éire agus an Bhreatain. Is córas dlí sibhialta atá i bhfeidhm ag na Ballstáit eile san AE. La réalité des problèmes auxquels nous devons faire face, les nouvelles menaces qui surgissent devant nos yeux, qu’il s’agisse du terrorisme, de la traite d’êtres humains, du trafic de drogue, de l’asile, de l’immigration illégale et des pressions qui s’exercent sur les services qui prennent en charge tous ces domaines, met essentiellement un point en évidence: l’interaction humaine et ses problèmes sont au cœur de tous ces domaines. C’est à nous qu’il incombe, au sein de l’Union européenne, de nous forger tous les outils nécessaires, non seulement pour garantir la sécurité et la sûreté de nos propres régions et territoires, mais également pour assurer la protection des droits des citoyens, ceux qui sont suspects ou même ceux qui ont rencontré un suspect à un moment donné ou l’autre. On s’aperçoit trop souvent que, par simple association, on peut devenir coupable d’un crime en vertu de certaines nouvelles lois draconiennes introduites dans certains pays. C’est la raison pour laquelle la coopération et la coordination entre les divers États membres sont si importantes, car celles-ci non seulement facilitent et permettent la libre circulation d’informations et de renseignements, qui est essentielle pour s’attaquer à bon nombre de ces crimes, mais encore elles permettent d’instaurer les meilleures pratiques au sein des forces de police ou des services de sécurité qui ne sont peut-être pas tous aussi performants. Dans la commission de l’emploi et des affaires sociales, nous défendions l’idée de la «coordination ouverte», une méthode où les bonnes choses en entraînent d’autres. Il existe des choses positives dans divers pays de l’Union européenne dont d’autres pays pourraient s’inspirer. Pas seulement des pays tiers, mais également des États membres. En raison de la complexité des systèmes judiciaires des différents États membres, la nécessité d’une supervision par le Conseil des ministres reste d’actualité. Ce domaine ne peut relever exclusivement de la compétence de l’Union européenne. J’espère que nous dégagerons un compromis approprié en ce sens au cours du week-end."@fr8
"Beidh ceannairí an Aontais Eorpaigh ag bualadh le chéile an tseachtain seo, agus iad ag iarraidh Conradh nua don AE a chur le chéile. Beidh béim ar leith á chur acu ar chúrsaí dlí agus cirt. Dar liomsa, ní chóir go mbeadh an chumhacht ag an AE socruithe dlí agus cirt a dhéanamh le vótáil trí thromlach cáilithe toisc go bhfuil córas dlí coiteann i bhfeidhm ag Éire agus an Bhreatain. Is córas dlí sibhialta atá i bhfeidhm ag na Ballstáit eile san AE. The reality of what we have to deal with, of the new threats that are posed before us, whether it is terrorism, people trafficking, drug trafficking, asylum, illegal immigration and the pressures that are put on the services that deal with all these areas, highlight one single point most of all: human interaction or human involvement is at the core of all these areas. It is incumbent on us within the European Union to ensure that we put every tool at our disposal, not only to guarantee the safety and security of our own regions and areas but also to ensure that the rights of people are protected: those who may be suspects, or even those who may have met a suspect at some stage. We find too often that, merely by association, you could be guilty of committing a crime under some of the new draconian laws that have been brought into different countries. That is why cooperation and coordination between the various Member States is important, because not only does it facilitate and allow the free movement of information and intelligence, which is essential in tackling so many of these crimes, but it also allows for best practice to be in force among the police forces or security services that may not be as good as others. In the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs, we used to have the idea of the ‘open coordination’ method whereby good things led to the other good things. There are positive things in European Union countries that other countries can follow, not just third countries but also Member States. Because of the complexity of the legal systems that in the different Member States, there still needs to be oversight by the Council of Ministers. This is not an area that can be given exclusively to European Union competence. I hope that at the weekend we will find a proper compromise towards that."@hu11
"Beidh ceannairí an Aontais Eorpaigh ag bualadh le chéile an tseachtain seo, agus iad ag iarraidh Conradh nua don AE a chur le chéile. Beidh béim ar leith á chur acu ar chúrsaí dlí agus cirt. Dar liomsa, ní chóir go mbeadh an chumhacht ag an AE socruithe dlí agus cirt a dhéanamh le vótáil trí thromlach cáilithe toisc go bhfuil córas dlí coiteann i bhfeidhm ag Éire agus an Bhreatain. Is córas dlí sibhialta atá i bhfeidhm ag na Ballstáit eile san AE. La realtà di ciò con cui dobbiamo confrontarci, delle nuove minacce che incombono su di noi, che si tratti di terrorismo, traffico di esseri umani, traffico di droga, asilo o immigrazione clandestina, e le pressioni esercitate sui servizi che si occupano di tutti questi ambiti, evidenziano essenzialmente un unico e solo aspetto: l’interazione umana o il coinvolgimento umano è il fulcro di tutte queste aree. Nell’ambito dell’Unione europea spetta a noi garantire che tutti gli strumenti di cui disponiamo siano impiegati non solo per salvaguardare la sicurezza e la protezione delle nostre regioni e aree, ma anche per assicurare la tutela dei diritti dei singoli, di coloro che possono essere indiziati e persino di quelli che in qualche modo possono aver suscitato sospetti. Riteniamo che avvenga con eccessiva frequenza che, per pura e semplice associazione, una persona possa essere colpevole di aver commesso un reato in base a una delle nuove leggi draconiane introdotte nei vari paesi. Per questo la cooperazione e il coordinamento tra gli Stati membri sono importanti, perché non solo facilitano e consentono la libera circolazione di informazioni e fattore essenziale per affrontare molti di questi reati, ma perché consentono anche di attuare le migliori prassi tra le forze di polizia e i servizi di sicurezza, che potrebbero non avvalersi di strumenti altrettanto validi. In seno alla commissione per l’occupazione e gli affari sociali, eravamo abituati all’idea del metodo del “coordinamento aperto”, grazie al quale i risultati positivi ne innescano altri. Nei paesi dell’Unione europea esistono realtà positive che altri Stati possono seguire, e non mi riferiscono solo a paesi terzi ma anche agli stessi Stati membri. A causa della complessità dei sistemi giuridici applicati nei vari Stati dell’UE, è ancora necessaria una supervisione da parte del Consiglio dei ministri. Non vi è una sola area che possa essere di esclusiva competenza dell’Unione europea. Mi auguro che in questo fine settimana si riesca a trovare un compromesso al riguardo."@it12
"Beidh ceannairí an Aontais Eorpaigh ag bualadh le chéile an tseachtain seo, agus iad ag iarraidh Conradh nua don AE a chur le chéile. Beidh béim ar leith á chur acu ar chúrsaí dlí agus cirt. Dar liomsa, ní chóir go mbeadh an chumhacht ag an AE socruithe dlí agus cirt a dhéanamh le vótáil trí thromlach cáilithe toisc go bhfuil córas dlí coiteann i bhfeidhm ag Éire agus an Bhreatain. Is córas dlí sibhialta atá i bhfeidhm ag na Ballstáit eile san AE. The reality of what we have to deal with, of the new threats that are posed before us, whether it is terrorism, people trafficking, drug trafficking, asylum, illegal immigration and the pressures that are put on the services that deal with all these areas, highlight one single point most of all: human interaction or human involvement is at the core of all these areas. It is incumbent on us within the European Union to ensure that we put every tool at our disposal, not only to guarantee the safety and security of our own regions and areas but also to ensure that the rights of people are protected: those who may be suspects, or even those who may have met a suspect at some stage. We find too often that, merely by association, you could be guilty of committing a crime under some of the new draconian laws that have been brought into different countries. That is why cooperation and coordination between the various Member States is important, because not only does it facilitate and allow the free movement of information and intelligence, which is essential in tackling so many of these crimes, but it also allows for best practice to be in force among the police forces or security services that may not be as good as others. In the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs, we used to have the idea of the ‘open coordination’ method whereby good things led to the other good things. There are positive things in European Union countries that other countries can follow, not just third countries but also Member States. Because of the complexity of the legal systems that in the different Member States, there still needs to be oversight by the Council of Ministers. This is not an area that can be given exclusively to European Union competence. I hope that at the weekend we will find a proper compromise towards that."@lt14
"Beidh ceannairí an Aontais Eorpaigh ag bualadh le chéile an tseachtain seo, agus iad ag iarraidh Conradh nua don AE a chur le chéile. Beidh béim ar leith á chur acu ar chúrsaí dlí agus cirt. Dar liomsa, ní chóir go mbeadh an chumhacht ag an AE socruithe dlí agus cirt a dhéanamh le vótáil trí thromlach cáilithe toisc go bhfuil córas dlí coiteann i bhfeidhm ag Éire agus an Bhreatain. Is córas dlí sibhialta atá i bhfeidhm ag na Ballstáit eile san AE. The reality of what we have to deal with, of the new threats that are posed before us, whether it is terrorism, people trafficking, drug trafficking, asylum, illegal immigration and the pressures that are put on the services that deal with all these areas, highlight one single point most of all: human interaction or human involvement is at the core of all these areas. It is incumbent on us within the European Union to ensure that we put every tool at our disposal, not only to guarantee the safety and security of our own regions and areas but also to ensure that the rights of people are protected: those who may be suspects, or even those who may have met a suspect at some stage. We find too often that, merely by association, you could be guilty of committing a crime under some of the new draconian laws that have been brought into different countries. That is why cooperation and coordination between the various Member States is important, because not only does it facilitate and allow the free movement of information and intelligence, which is essential in tackling so many of these crimes, but it also allows for best practice to be in force among the police forces or security services that may not be as good as others. In the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs, we used to have the idea of the ‘open coordination’ method whereby good things led to the other good things. There are positive things in European Union countries that other countries can follow, not just third countries but also Member States. Because of the complexity of the legal systems that in the different Member States, there still needs to be oversight by the Council of Ministers. This is not an area that can be given exclusively to European Union competence. I hope that at the weekend we will find a proper compromise towards that."@lv13
"Beidh ceannairí an Aontais Eorpaigh ag bualadh le chéile an tseachtain seo, agus iad ag iarraidh Conradh nua don AE a chur le chéile. Beidh béim ar leith á chur acu ar chúrsaí dlí agus cirt. Dar liomsa, ní chóir go mbeadh an chumhacht ag an AE socruithe dlí agus cirt a dhéanamh le vótáil trí thromlach cáilithe toisc go bhfuil córas dlí coiteann i bhfeidhm ag Éire agus an Bhreatain. Is córas dlí sibhialta atá i bhfeidhm ag na Ballstáit eile san AE. The reality of what we have to deal with, of the new threats that are posed before us, whether it is terrorism, people trafficking, drug trafficking, asylum, illegal immigration and the pressures that are put on the services that deal with all these areas, highlight one single point most of all: human interaction or human involvement is at the core of all these areas. It is incumbent on us within the European Union to ensure that we put every tool at our disposal, not only to guarantee the safety and security of our own regions and areas but also to ensure that the rights of people are protected: those who may be suspects, or even those who may have met a suspect at some stage. We find too often that, merely by association, you could be guilty of committing a crime under some of the new draconian laws that have been brought into different countries. That is why cooperation and coordination between the various Member States is important, because not only does it facilitate and allow the free movement of information and intelligence, which is essential in tackling so many of these crimes, but it also allows for best practice to be in force among the police forces or security services that may not be as good as others. In the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs, we used to have the idea of the ‘open coordination’ method whereby good things led to the other good things. There are positive things in European Union countries that other countries can follow, not just third countries but also Member States. Because of the complexity of the legal systems that in the different Member States, there still needs to be oversight by the Council of Ministers. This is not an area that can be given exclusively to European Union competence. I hope that at the weekend we will find a proper compromise towards that."@mt15
"Beidh ceannairí an Aontais Eorpaigh ag bualadh le chéile an tseachtain seo, agus iad ag iarraidh Conradh nua don AE a chur le chéile. Beidh béim ar leith á chur acu ar chúrsaí dlí agus cirt. Dar liomsa, ní chóir go mbeadh an chumhacht ag an AE socruithe dlí agus cirt a dhéanamh le vótáil trí thromlach cáilithe toisc go bhfuil córas dlí coiteann i bhfeidhm ag Éire agus an Bhreatain. Is córas dlí sibhialta atá i bhfeidhm ag na Ballstáit eile san AE. De realiteit waarmee we te maken krijgen, van de nieuwe dreigingen waar we voor staan, of het nu terrorisme, mensenhandel, drugshandel, asiel of illegale immigratie betreft en de druk die word uitgeoefend op de diensten die te maken hebben met al deze gebieden, benadrukken bovenal een enkel punt: menselijke interactie of menselijke betrokkenheid staat centraal in al deze gebieden. Het is aan ons in de Europese Unie om ervoor te zorgen dat we ieder beschikbaar instrument inzetten, niet alleen om de veiligheid van onze eigen regio’s en gebieden te garanderen, maar ook om ervoor te zorgen dat de rechten van de mensen worden beschermd: degenen die verdacht kunnen zijn, of zelfs degenen die op enig moment een verdachte kunnen hebben ontmoet. We vinden te vaak dat iemand volgens sommige van de nieuwe, uiterst strenge wetten die in diverse landen zijn ingesteld, slechts door omgang met bepaalde personen al schuldig zou kunnen zijn aan het plegen van een misdaad. Daarom is samenwerking en coördinatie tussen de verschillende lidstaten belangrijk, omdat dat niet alleen vrij verkeer van informatie en inlichtingen bevordert en mogelijk maakt, wat essentieel is in het aanpakken van zo vele van deze misdaden, maar omdat het ook zorgt voor een optimale werkwijze onder de politiekorpsen of veiligheidsdiensten die wellicht niet zo goed zijn als andere. Binnen de Commissie werkgelegenheid en sociale zaken werkten we voorheen volgens de ‘open coördinatie’-methode, waarbij het ene goede tot het andere leidde. Er zijn positieve elementen in de landen van de Europese Unie die andere landen kunnen navolgen, niet alleen derde landen, maar ook lidstaten. Vanwege de complexiteit van de rechtsstelsels van de verschillende lidstaten is er nog altijd toezicht van de Raad van ministers nodig. Dit is geen gebied dat uitsluitend onder de bevoegdheid van de Europese Unie kan worden ondergebracht. Ik hoop dat we komend weekend een passend compromis kunnen sluiten waarmee we dat kunnen bereiken."@nl3
"Beidh ceannairí an Aontais Eorpaigh ag bualadh le chéile an tseachtain seo, agus iad ag iarraidh Conradh nua don AE a chur le chéile. Beidh béim ar leith á chur acu ar chúrsaí dlí agus cirt. Dar liomsa, ní chóir go mbeadh an chumhacht ag an AE socruithe dlí agus cirt a dhéanamh le vótáil trí thromlach cáilithe toisc go bhfuil córas dlí coiteann i bhfeidhm ag Éire agus an Bhreatain. Is córas dlí sibhialta atá i bhfeidhm ag na Ballstáit eile san AE. The reality of what we have to deal with, of the new threats that are posed before us, whether it is terrorism, people trafficking, drug trafficking, asylum, illegal immigration and the pressures that are put on the services that deal with all these areas, highlight one single point most of all: human interaction or human involvement is at the core of all these areas. It is incumbent on us within the European Union to ensure that we put every tool at our disposal, not only to guarantee the safety and security of our own regions and areas but also to ensure that the rights of people are protected: those who may be suspects, or even those who may have met a suspect at some stage. We find too often that, merely by association, you could be guilty of committing a crime under some of the new draconian laws that have been brought into different countries. That is why cooperation and coordination between the various Member States is important, because not only does it facilitate and allow the free movement of information and intelligence, which is essential in tackling so many of these crimes, but it also allows for best practice to be in force among the police forces or security services that may not be as good as others. In the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs, we used to have the idea of the ‘open coordination’ method whereby good things led to the other good things. There are positive things in European Union countries that other countries can follow, not just third countries but also Member States. Because of the complexity of the legal systems that in the different Member States, there still needs to be oversight by the Council of Ministers. This is not an area that can be given exclusively to European Union competence. I hope that at the weekend we will find a proper compromise towards that."@pl16
"Beidh ceannairí an Aontais Eorpaigh ag bualadh le chéile an tseachtain seo, agus iad ag iarraidh Conradh nua don AE a chur le chéile. Beidh béim ar leith á chur acu ar chúrsaí dlí agus cirt. Dar liomsa, ní chóir go mbeadh an chumhacht ag an AE socruithe dlí agus cirt a dhéanamh le vótáil trí thromlach cáilithe toisc go bhfuil córas dlí coiteann i bhfeidhm ag Éire agus an Bhreatain. Is córas dlí sibhialta atá i bhfeidhm ag na Ballstáit eile san AE. A realidade daquilo com que temos de lidar, das novas ameaças que se nos colocam, seja o terrorismo, o tráfico de seres humanos, o tráfico de droga, a concessão de asilo, a imigração ilegal e as pressões exercidas sobre os serviços que tratam de todas estas áreas, põem em destaque sobretudo um único aspecto: no cerne de todas estas áreas está a interacção humana ou o envolvimento humano. Compete-nos a nós, na União Europeia, assegurar que utilizaremos todos os instrumentos de que dispomos não apenas para garantir a segurança e a salvaguarda das nossas regiões e espaços, mas também para assegurar a protecção dos direitos das pessoas: das que sejam eventualmente suspeitas ou mesmo das que possam ter conhecido um suspeito em qualquer altura. Verificamos com demasiada frequência que, por mera associação, se pode ser culpado da prática de um crime nos termos de algumas das novas leis draconianas que foram introduzidas em diferentes países. É por isso que é importante a cooperação e a coordenação entre os diversos Estados-Membros, pois ela não só facilita e permite a livre circulação da informação e dos serviços secretos, essencial para combater tantos destes crimes, mas também permite que as melhores práticas vigorem entre as forças policiais ou os serviços de segurança que possam não ser tão bons como outros são. Na Comissão do Emprego e dos Assuntos Sociais, costumávamos ter a ideia do método da "coordenação aberta", segundo o qual as coisas boas conduziam a outras coisas boas. Há coisas positivas em países da União Europeia que outros países podem seguir, não apenas países terceiros, mas também Estados-Membros. Devido à complexidade dos sistemas jurídicos existentes nos diferentes Estados-Membros, ainda é necessário haver supervisão por parte do Conselho de Ministros. Esta não é uma área que possa ser entregue exclusivamente à competência da União Europeia. Espero que no fim-de-semana cheguemos a um compromisso adequado nesse sentido."@pt17
"Beidh ceannairí an Aontais Eorpaigh ag bualadh le chéile an tseachtain seo, agus iad ag iarraidh Conradh nua don AE a chur le chéile. Beidh béim ar leith á chur acu ar chúrsaí dlí agus cirt. Dar liomsa, ní chóir go mbeadh an chumhacht ag an AE socruithe dlí agus cirt a dhéanamh le vótáil trí thromlach cáilithe toisc go bhfuil córas dlí coiteann i bhfeidhm ag Éire agus an Bhreatain. Is córas dlí sibhialta atá i bhfeidhm ag na Ballstáit eile san AE. The reality of what we have to deal with, of the new threats that are posed before us, whether it is terrorism, people trafficking, drug trafficking, asylum, illegal immigration and the pressures that are put on the services that deal with all these areas, highlight one single point most of all: human interaction or human involvement is at the core of all these areas. It is incumbent on us within the European Union to ensure that we put every tool at our disposal, not only to guarantee the safety and security of our own regions and areas but also to ensure that the rights of people are protected: those who may be suspects, or even those who may have met a suspect at some stage. We find too often that, merely by association, you could be guilty of committing a crime under some of the new draconian laws that have been brought into different countries. That is why cooperation and coordination between the various Member States is important, because not only does it facilitate and allow the free movement of information and intelligence, which is essential in tackling so many of these crimes, but it also allows for best practice to be in force among the police forces or security services that may not be as good as others. In the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs, we used to have the idea of the ‘open coordination’ method whereby good things led to the other good things. There are positive things in European Union countries that other countries can follow, not just third countries but also Member States. Because of the complexity of the legal systems that in the different Member States, there still needs to be oversight by the Council of Ministers. This is not an area that can be given exclusively to European Union competence. I hope that at the weekend we will find a proper compromise towards that."@ro18
"Beidh ceannairí an Aontais Eorpaigh ag bualadh le chéile an tseachtain seo, agus iad ag iarraidh Conradh nua don AE a chur le chéile. Beidh béim ar leith á chur acu ar chúrsaí dlí agus cirt. Dar liomsa, ní chóir go mbeadh an chumhacht ag an AE socruithe dlí agus cirt a dhéanamh le vótáil trí thromlach cáilithe toisc go bhfuil córas dlí coiteann i bhfeidhm ag Éire agus an Bhreatain. Is córas dlí sibhialta atá i bhfeidhm ag na Ballstáit eile san AE. The reality of what we have to deal with, of the new threats that are posed before us, whether it is terrorism, people trafficking, drug trafficking, asylum, illegal immigration and the pressures that are put on the services that deal with all these areas, highlight one single point most of all: human interaction or human involvement is at the core of all these areas. It is incumbent on us within the European Union to ensure that we put every tool at our disposal, not only to guarantee the safety and security of our own regions and areas but also to ensure that the rights of people are protected: those who may be suspects, or even those who may have met a suspect at some stage. We find too often that, merely by association, you could be guilty of committing a crime under some of the new draconian laws that have been brought into different countries. That is why cooperation and coordination between the various Member States is important, because not only does it facilitate and allow the free movement of information and intelligence, which is essential in tackling so many of these crimes, but it also allows for best practice to be in force among the police forces or security services that may not be as good as others. In the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs, we used to have the idea of the ‘open coordination’ method whereby good things led to the other good things. There are positive things in European Union countries that other countries can follow, not just third countries but also Member States. Because of the complexity of the legal systems that in the different Member States, there still needs to be oversight by the Council of Ministers. This is not an area that can be given exclusively to European Union competence. I hope that at the weekend we will find a proper compromise towards that."@sk19
"Beidh ceannairí an Aontais Eorpaigh ag bualadh le chéile an tseachtain seo, agus iad ag iarraidh Conradh nua don AE a chur le chéile. Beidh béim ar leith á chur acu ar chúrsaí dlí agus cirt. Dar liomsa, ní chóir go mbeadh an chumhacht ag an AE socruithe dlí agus cirt a dhéanamh le vótáil trí thromlach cáilithe toisc go bhfuil córas dlí coiteann i bhfeidhm ag Éire agus an Bhreatain. Is córas dlí sibhialta atá i bhfeidhm ag na Ballstáit eile san AE. The reality of what we have to deal with, of the new threats that are posed before us, whether it is terrorism, people trafficking, drug trafficking, asylum, illegal immigration and the pressures that are put on the services that deal with all these areas, highlight one single point most of all: human interaction or human involvement is at the core of all these areas. It is incumbent on us within the European Union to ensure that we put every tool at our disposal, not only to guarantee the safety and security of our own regions and areas but also to ensure that the rights of people are protected: those who may be suspects, or even those who may have met a suspect at some stage. We find too often that, merely by association, you could be guilty of committing a crime under some of the new draconian laws that have been brought into different countries. That is why cooperation and coordination between the various Member States is important, because not only does it facilitate and allow the free movement of information and intelligence, which is essential in tackling so many of these crimes, but it also allows for best practice to be in force among the police forces or security services that may not be as good as others. In the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs, we used to have the idea of the ‘open coordination’ method whereby good things led to the other good things. There are positive things in European Union countries that other countries can follow, not just third countries but also Member States. Because of the complexity of the legal systems that in the different Member States, there still needs to be oversight by the Council of Ministers. This is not an area that can be given exclusively to European Union competence. I hope that at the weekend we will find a proper compromise towards that."@sl20
"Beidh ceannairí an Aontais Eorpaigh ag bualadh le chéile an tseachtain seo, agus iad ag iarraidh Conradh nua don AE a chur le chéile. Beidh béim ar leith á chur acu ar chúrsaí dlí agus cirt. Dar liomsa, ní chóir go mbeadh an chumhacht ag an AE socruithe dlí agus cirt a dhéanamh le vótáil trí thromlach cáilithe toisc go bhfuil córas dlí coiteann i bhfeidhm ag Éire agus an Bhreatain. Is córas dlí sibhialta atá i bhfeidhm ag na Ballstáit eile san AE. Av den verklighet vi har att göra med, av de nya hot vi har framför oss, oavsett om det handlar om terrorism, människohandel, narkotikahandel, asyl, illegal invandring eller de påtryckningar som utövas mot instanser som hanterar alla dessa områden, framgår mest av allt en enda sak: kontakt mellan människor eller människors deltagande är det centrala på alla dessa områden. Det åligger oss i Europeiska unionen att se till att vi tillgängliggör alla instrument som står till vårt förfogande, inte bara för att garantera tryggheten och säkerheten i våra egna regioner och områden, utan också för att garantera att människors rättigheter skyddas: personer som kan vara misstänkta, eller till och med personer som kan ha träffat en misstänkt person någon gång. Vi ser alltför ofta att man enbart genom associering kan vara skyldig till att ha begått ett brott enligt någon av de nya drakoniska lagar som införts i olika länder. Därför är det viktigt med samarbete och samordning mellan de olika medlemsstaterna, för det inte bara underlättar och möjliggör den fria rörligheten för information och underrättelser, vilket är grundläggande för att kunna hantera så många av dessa brott, utan gör det också möjligt att införa bästa praxis hos de polisstyrkor eller säkerhetstjänster som kanske inte är lika bra som andra. I utskottet för sysselsättning och sociala frågor brukade vi använda den “öppna samordningsmetoden“, som gjorde att bra saker ledde till andra bra saker. Det finns positiva inslag i EU-länderna som andra länder kan följa, inte bara tredje länder utan också medlemsstater. På grund av komplexiteten hos de rättsliga systemen i de olika medlemsstaterna måste ministerrådet fortfarande ha uppsikt över detta. Detta är inte ett område som helt och hållet kan falla under Europeiska unionens behörighet. Jag hoppas att vi under helgen kommer att finna en verklig kompromiss i den riktningen."@sv22
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