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Next week in Special Tax Rulings Committee: Public hearing and visit to Belgium

08-05-2015
European Parliament Brussels
European Parliament Brussels

Following a series of debates and hearings with experts, Commission- and Council representatives and international bodies like the OECD, the Special Committee on Tax Rulings will have another full week ahead:

Monday 11 May from 13:30-14:00

Press Conference by chairman Alain Lamassoure (EPP, FR) and rapporteurs Elisa Ferreira (S&D, PT) and Michael Theurer (ALDE, DE)

Topic: the planned visits of the TAXE delegation to Belgium, Luxembourg, Ireland, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.

Venue: Anna Politokovskaya room (press conference room PHS)


Monday 11 May from 15:00-18:30

Public hearing with journalists from the International Consortium of Investigative Journalism, who helped to reveal what has become known as 'luxleaks' as well as with other writers and experts.

Venue: PHS P1A002

For the full programme of this hearing you can click here

Tuesday 12 May

TAXE Delegation visit to Belgium, meetings with tax experts, academics and politicians

Further countries that will be visited by TAXE delegations are:

Monday 18 May

Delegation visit to Luxembourg

Meetings with tax experts, NGO's, (former) civil servants involved in tax rulings, MPs and the Minister of Finance

Thursday 28 May

Delegation visit to Ireland

Meetings with tax experts, NGO's, (former) civil servants involved in tax rulings, MPs and the Minister of Finance

Friday 29 May

Delegation visit to the Netherlands

Meetings with tax experts, NGO's, (former) civil servants involved in tax rulings, MPs and the Deputy-Minister of Finance

Thursday 18 June

Delegation visit to the United Kingdom

Meetings with tax experts, NGO's, (former) civil servants involved in tax rulings and politicians