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Informační portál europoslankyně MUDr. Zuzany Roithové na ochranu dětí před nebezpečnými výrobky a službami














od 14.9.2005





European Parliament


 

Mrs. Roithova’s major policy initiatives in 2009-2010:

  • Consumer protection – restricting low-quality imported goods to the EU, banning GMOs and foodstuffs produced from cloned animals
  • Children safety – promoting safe toys and healthy children shoes, promoting common EU standards on children footwear and a compulsory certification of compliance with health standards
  • SWIFT treaty between EU and USA – providing for adequate data privacy of EU citizens while giving law enforcement officers important tools to fight terrorist finance
  • Textile industry – defending European textile producers against low quality imported goods and demanding a better protection of the CE mark
  • eYouGuide (a guide to online rights) - a project run by the European Commission at  the request of Mrs. Roithova. This guide is available in the Czech language (http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/eyouguide/index_en.htm)
  • Children in the online environment – ban on online betting and gambling advertisements aimed at the youth
  • Restoring reciprocity to the common visa policy – fighting to lift the Canadian visa obligation on Czech citizens
  • European External Action Service – ensuring a fairer representation of smaller-sized member states in the EEAS (http://eeas.europa.eu/)
  • Rights of patients – fighting for increased rights of patients using health care of a different member state
  • Telecoms package – deepening of user rights and strengthening the position of consumers, ensuring a constant quality of electronic communication services in the internal market
  • Development policies – fighting against poverty and for human rights protection in the least developed countries and in totalitarian dictatorships
  • Protection of seals -  pushing for a ban on imported products made out of seal leather
  • Schengen -  strengthening controls at the EU borders

 

Reports in Committees and Delegations

Mrs. Roithova was the rapporteur of the following reports:

 

Harmonisation package: Through her membership in IMCO Mrs. Roithova has worked on this harmonisation package in the hopes of improving consumer safety throughout all of the Member States. These nine reports establish a variety of measures to hold manufacturers accountable and improve transparency within the Union. There are a number of provisions in the directive that serve as ways to improve consumer and manufacturer safety; these include the CE marking, the Declaration of Conformity, and notified bodies.

Mrs. Roithova was the shadow rapporteur of the following reports:

 



Mrs. Roithova has been the rapporteur for the following opinions:

 

 


Non-legislative Activities:

-          On protection of financial service consumers against usury practices

-          in support of the memory of and in recognition of Václav Havel, former President of Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic and defender of human rights

http://www.europarl.europa.eu/sidesSearch/search.do?type=WDECL&language=EN&term=7&author=28352

 

 

Between 2004-2009, Mrs. Roithova was the rapporteur of the following reports:

  • Novel foods – stressing that novel foods should comply with the highest safety standards and their introduction to the market should not be complicated by a overly bureaucratic process, focusing on the ethic dimension of novel products which will have to be approved by the European Group on Ethics of science and new technologies (EGE)
    (http://www.europarl.europa.eu/oeil/file.jsp?id=5583302)
  • Coordination of the social security systems – the health systems of member states should cover the costs for ambulant (non-hospital) care provided by a different member states without a prior notice
    (http://www.europarl.europa.eu/oeil/file.jsp?id=5311232)
  • Employed persons, self-employed persons and members of their families moving within the Community – increasing transparency and simplifying coordination of social security systems, raising the awareness of patients about health care possibilities in other member states
    (http://www.europarl.europa.eu/oeil/file.jsp?id=5473832)

Mrs. Roithova was the shadow rapporteur of the following reports:

During Mrs. Roithova’s tenure as a Vice-Chair of the Delegation to the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly, she has been the rapporteur for:

  • The Right to Food
  • The Legal Status of the Internally Displaced Persons

(http://www.europarl.europa.eu/intcoop/acp/10_01/default_en.htm)

In the Internal Market and Consumer Protection Committee, Mrs. Roithova has been active particularly in these fields:

  • Intellectual property rights - Enhancing the enforcement of intellectual property rights in the internal market - rapporteur; Creating tougher protections against imported counterfeit goods
  • SOLVIT - on-line problem solving network in which EU Member States work together to solve cross border disputes through a non-legal mechanism – shadow rapporteur

(http://www.europarl.europa.eu/activities/committees/homeCom.do?language=EN&body=IMCO)

 

Non-legislative Activies:

 

 

Other Activities:

  • Running an informational web page which spreads awareness about dangerous children’s goods, including toys and shoes (www.budulinek.eu)
  • Running a free online legal aid website where law students provide legal assistance pro bono to Czech citizens: http://www.poradnaprava.cz/index.php/free-legal-aid.html
  • Organizing lectures and internships for constituents
  • Publishing informational brochures
  • Organizing and sponsoring cultural events

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