On Monday 22 March 2021, the Budgetary Control Committee (CONT) in the European Parliament voted to postpone the 2019 discharge of European Border and Coast Guard Agency (FRONTEX). The full plenary of the European Parliament will still need to vote on the postponement at the end of April 2021. Please take a look at other campaigns that could be of interest to you here: www.wemove.eu
On Monday our MEPs in the CONT committee in the EU Parliament will vote on whether to approve Frontex’s budget. With our help, they could decide to postpone the decision until after the investigations of Frontex are complete.
By sending them tweets and emails directly before the vote, we can make sure they know that their votes are being closely watched. They’ll also see that we - their voters - are expecting them to take their legal responsibility and not sign-off on human rights abuses.
Will you help convince our MEPs to not approve Frontex’s budget until after the investigations are complete? Send a Tweet now!
We’ll put your MEP’s twitter handle in the tweet. Then, please write your own personalised message to your MEP in your native language -- they will appreciate your personal message much more than a copy-pasted comment!
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Please can you chip in?
Our community has done so much together to make Frontex accountable to Europeans and voice support for building a humane migration policy. But there's still so much more to do. To fight Frontex in the long-term, this community needs the funding to support our common work, from actions like this to big media stunts and more.
Will you chip in to help us fight back against abuses of human rights on Europe's borders?
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Thank you for calling on your elected representatives in the EU Parliament to stand up for fundamental human rights and postpone the vote on Frontex’s budget.