24 April 2018
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Proposal for a Regulation establishing a centralised system for the identification of Member States holding conviction information on third country nationals and stateless persons (TCN) to supplement and support the European Criminal Records Information System (ECRIS-TCN system) and amending Regulation (EU No 1077/2011 - Revised four column table (LIMITE doc no 7521-18, pdf):
Council discussing its negotiating position. How dodgy deals are done - European Parliament to agree the procedure at the expense of the principle of collecting facial images?
"Political questions a) Use of delegated act for 'facial images'
The Presidency has the impression that the EP might agree to keeping Article 10 on 'implementing acts' basically as it stands - without prejudice to the time-limits, which still have to be discussed - on condition that the use of facial images be decided in accordance with the procedure for 'delegated acts' as proposed by EP in its Article 34a (AM 102). PRES understands the sensitivity of EP towards the use of facial images and considers that such a deal, if proposed, would be reasonable."
And see: Revised four column table (LIMITE doc no: 7520-18,119 pages, pdf)
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