Florin Barbu – Ambasada Romana nu vrea sa ajute, FLORIN BARBU lanseaza un APEL – PETITII la Parlamentul EUROPEAN

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Florin a primit raspuns de la Ambasada Romana si esenta raspunsului dupa cum il intelege Florin este ca odata ce copiii au fost luati, nu se poate face nimic.

Florin Barbu:

cineva care lucrează la….mia spus sa trimitem petitii la adresele astea https://secure.avaaz.org/fr/
Apelam la cineva din EUROPA sa faca o petitie, sa o pozeze/sau copy paste si sa ne-o trimita ca sa o putem posta… Petitiile pot fi trimise doar de cetateni europeni. Va rugam sa ne contactati aici prin un comentariu daca puteti sa ajutati…
Mai jos, sub scrisoarea de la Amabsada, am inclus cateva instructiuni..


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Florin Barbu:

cineva care lucrează la….mia spus sa trimitem petitii la adresele astea https://secure.avaaz.org/fr/
European Parliament Petitions for Florin Barbu
Who can submit a petition? You can submit a petition if you are:
 a citizen of the European Union,
 a resident in a European Union Member State,
 a member of an association, company, organisation (natural or legal person) with its headquarters in a European Union Member State.
What subjects can your petition deal with?
The subject of the petition must be concerned with issues of European Union interest or responsibility such as:
 your rights as a European citizen as set out in the Treaties,
 environmental matters,
 consumer protection,
 free movement of persons, goods and services, internal market,
 employment issues and social policy,
 recognition of professional qualifications,
 other problems related to the implementation of EU law.
Important Note: Requests for information only are not dealt with by the Committee on Petitions, neither are general comments on EU policy.
What language should the petition be in?
The petition must be written in one of the official languages of the European Union. For further information see:  Article 227 of the TFEU  Rules of Procedure: Rules 201, 202
What action is taken in the case of admissible petitions?
If the subject of your petition concerns an area of activity of the European Union it will normally be declared admissible by the Committee on Petitions, which will then decide what type of action should be taken, according to the Rules of Procedure.
Whatever is decided, the Committee on Petitions will inform you as soon as possible after the decision has been reached. Depending on the circumstances, the Committee on Petitions may:
 ask the European Commission to conduct a preliminary investigation and provide information regarding compliance with relevant Community legislation or contact SOLVIT,
 refer the petition to other European Parliament committees for information or further action (a committee might, for example, take account of a petition in its legislative activities),
 in some exceptional cases prepare and submit a full report to Parliament to be voted upon in plenary ; or conduct a fact-finding visit to the country or region concerned and issue a Committee report containing its observations and recommendations;
 or take any other action considered appropriate to try to resolve an issue or deliver a suitable response to the petitioner. Meetings of the Committee on Petitions take place every month, as a rule, except during the month of August when Parliament is in recess.
The Committee is assisted in its work by a permanent secretariat which manages the petitions process, has an advisory role and which prepares meetings of the Committee.
The Petitions Committee of the European Parliament may seek to cooperate with national or local authorities in Member States to resolve an issue raised by a petitioner.
Details of petitions may therefore be shared with such authorities unless the petitioner specifically objects.
The Petitions Committee cannot, however, override decisions taken by competent authorities within Member States.
As the European Parliament is not a judicial authority: it can neither pass judgement on, nor revoke decisions taken by, the Courts of law in Member States. Petitions seeking such courses of action are inadmissible.
For further information see:  Rules of Procedure: Rule 202  SOLVIT – Effective problem solving in Europe  Committee on Petitions

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