(Strasbourg) This afternoon’s debate on proposals to step up the fight against financial and tax crimes will mark the beginning of the third last plenary session of the European Parliament before the start of the campaign for the May 23-26 elections (the next two plenary sessions will take place at the beginning of April in Brussels and in mid-April in Strasbourg). The agenda will also feature a debate on whether to stop switching between winter and summer time and on the internal electricity market. MEPs are scheduled to vote on these and other topics tomorrow. On Tuesday morning, one of the key items on the plenary agenda will be copyright in the digital single market, with a vote at noon on digital copyright rules. The plenary will also discuss single-use plastics (“reducing the impact of certain plastic products on the environment”); emissions of new cars and light commercial vehicles; and the establishment of the Neighbourhood, Development and International Cooperation Instrument.