Council of the European Union: Entry-Exit System (EES) and LEA access


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Council of the European Union: Entry-Exit System (EES) and LEA access
28.5.17
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• Entry-exit: Proposal for a Regulation amending Regulation (EU) No 2016/399 as regards the use of the Entry/Exit System(LIMITE doc no: 9468-17, pdf): 4-column document with Commission proposal, European Parliament, Council and "compromise" position:

"Delegations will find in the Annex the four-column table relating to the draft Regulation in the subject."

• Law enforcement agencies access: Proposal for a Regulation establishing an Entry/Exit System (EES) to register entry and exit data and refusal of entry data of third country nationals crossing the external borders of the Member States of the European Union and determining the conditions for access to the EES for law enforcement purposes...(LIMITE doc no: 9465-17, pdf): 4-column document with Commission proposal, European Parliament, Council and "compromise" position:

"Delegations will find in the Annex the four-column table relating to the draft Regulation in the subject."

• LEA access: State of play(LIMITE doc no: 9415-17. pdf):State of play and 4 column document: Sets out a series of differences with the parliament's position including

"The EP opposes the possibility to transfer information to third countries and international organisations for the purpose of returns, unless there is a decision by the Commission regarding the adequate protection of personal data in that third country or a binding readmission agreement. In particular, the EP opposes the possibility to transfer such information on the basis of an arrangement similar to readmission agreements, arguing that these are not binding, do not contain the necessary data protection safeguards, do not follow the institutional procedure for agreements and should therefore not be legitimised. The EP also insists on the explicit agreement and the provision of guarantees by the third country concerned to use the data only for the purposes for which it is transferred, and that such transfers should only be possible once the return decision is final, and subject to the consent of the Member State that entered the data."

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