EU: Note on state of play with current justice and home affairs legislative proposals


Last week the Swedish Presidency circulated a note to member states setting out the state of play with the 37 current justice and home affairs legislative proposals that are under negotiation.

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The note (pdf) covers:

Home affairs

  • Security
    • Directive on information exchange between law enforcement authorities

    • Revision of Directive on financial information (access of competent authorities to centralised bank account registries)

    • Regulation Prüm II

  • Asylum, migration, borders and visa
  • Other
    • Regulation on European Union Drugs Agency

    • Proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council laying down rules to prevent and combat child sexual abuse (CSA)


  • E-evidence Regulation and Directive on the designation of designated establishments and the appointment of legal representatives

  • Proposal for a Regulation and Directive on digitalisation of judicial cooperation

  • Regulation on the digital information exchange in terrorism cases (CTR)

  • Proposal for a Directive amending Council Decision 2005/671/JHA, as regards its alignment with Union rules on the protection of personal data

  • Regulation establishing a collaboration platform to support the functioning of Joint Investigation Teams

  • Directive on combating violence against women and domestic violence

    Regulation on the law applicable to the third-party effects of assignments of claims

  • Civil liability – adapting liability rules to the digital age and artificial intelligence

  • Regulation on mutual recognition of parenthood

  • Directive on protecting persons who engage in public participation from manifestly unfounded or abusive court proceedings (anti-SLAPP Directive)

  • Directive on harmonising certain aspects of insolvency law

  • Directive amending the Directive on preventing and combating trafficking in human beings and protecting its victims

  • Directive on the protection of the environment through criminal law and replacing Directive 2008/99/EC


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