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Presentation of reports

Non-legislative reports by parliamentart committees were formally presented to MEPs during the plenary session on 19 November 2012.

The reports were on:

• card, internet and mobile payments (by Finnish eurosceptic MEP Sampo Terho on behalf of the Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee)

• shadow banking (by Belgian socialist MEP Said El Khadraoui on behalf of the Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee)

• protecting children in the digital world (by Italian socialist MEP Silvia Costa on behalf of the Education and Culture Committee)

• implementation of the Consumer Credit Directive (by German centre-right MEP Birgit Collin-Langen on behalf of the Internal Market Committee)

• the Social Investment Pact (by Polish centre-right MEP Danuta Jazlowiecka on behalf of the Employment and Social Affairs Committee)

• the Social Business Initiative (by Austrian centre-right MEP Heinz Becker on behalf of the Employment and Social Affairs Committee)

The reports were formally adopted during the daily voting session on 20 November 2012.

Useful links:

Democracy Live's guide to how the plenary sessions work.

A disclaimer on the use of simultaneous interpretations, on the European Parliament's website.

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