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Backing of MEPs paves way for launch of diplomatic corps

By Toby Vogel  -  21.10.2010 / 04:45 CET
Parliament approves financial and staff rules but MEPs seek further details on crisis-management.
● Parliament wants cost neutrality for 2011
● Senior EEAS names emerge
 

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The vote

MEPs yesterday (20 October) approved a revised financial regulation (with 578 in favour, 39 against and 28 abstaining) and a new staff regulation (with 513 in favour, 51 against and 28 abstaining). The budget for the remainder of this year was adopted with 608 in favour, 41 against and 11 abstaining.

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