And with that, tonight's sitting comes to a close.
MEPs are back tomorrow from 07.30 BST for the final day of this week's session, when MEPs will debate the enforcement of parental leave rights within the EU.
They will then debate a motion calling on EU member states to do more to protect potential victims of human traffickers.
Before the voting session at 11.00 BST, they will debate this month's motions on topical human rights cases - with the Crimean Tartars, Djibouti and the Gambia all in the spotlight.
They will also vote on a non-binding motion on whether the EU should grant "market economy status" to China.
After the voting session, the sitting will finish with a short debate on foreign currency loans.