09 November 2016
The Council developing its negotiating position before the trilogue with the European Parliament starts. Full-text of draft position (153 pages) and 91 Footnotes including Member State's positions. Read more...
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The Council developing its negotiating position before the trilogue with the European Parliament starts. Full-text of draft position (153 pages) and 91 Footnotes including Member State's positions:
"With the outcome of the discussions in Council (JHA) on 14 October 2016, a broad conceptual support has now been reached on all the Articles in the draft Regulation. The main remaining task for the Council is to find solutions to outstanding reservations.. Some of these outstanding issues are of political nature and will be addressed at political level, and some issues that concern only one or two Member States will first be addressed by bilateral talks..."
See document: Proposal for a Regulation on the establishment of the European Public Prosecutor's Office - Outstanding questions on the full text (LIMITE doc no: 13459-16, pdf)
See also earlier draft position: LIMITE doc no: 11350-REV-1-16 (pdf)
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