As EU member states
imposed travel restrictions in 2020 when the situation turned bad at home, most
of these measures were taken unilaterally, without consulting European bodies
or other member states, and without agreeing on a standard approach that should
not discriminate against various category of people.
In a resolution
passed at the end of April, MEPs adopted their final position on the so-called
Digital Green Certificate, as proposed by the Commission, which is bound to be
in place for 12 months.
The chair of the European
Parliament's civil liberties committee, Juan Fernando López
Aguilar, attended a live discussion on the Facebook page of the European Parliament
and stressed the need to end the current chaotic situation of unilateral and