17 February 2018
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ECRIS-TCN trilogue discussions: four-column document and Council position on EP amendments
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"In view of the first trilogue, which is scheduled for Wednesday 7 March, the Presidency (PRES) would like to obtain a view of the positions of the Member States on the EP amendments. PRES would also very much appreciate Member States bringing forward arguments that could be used during the negotiations.(...)
Issues for discussion
A. Exclusion of EU-nationals (AM 23 relating to Art. 3(g), and Art. 2a)
B. Fingerprints (AM 28 relating to Art. 5)
C. Use of the ECRIS-TCN system (AM 34 relating to Art. 7)
D. Implementing and delegated acts (AM 41-47 and AM 102 relating to Art. 10, 10a and 34a)
E. Time-limits (inter alia AM 30 relating to Art. 5(3); AM 36 relating to Art. 8(2); AM 37 relating to Art. 9(3); AM 38 relating to Art. 9(4); AM. 39 relating to Art. 10(1); AM 57 relating to Art. 13(3); AM 75 relating to Art. 23 (2); AM 78 relating to Art. 23(7); AM 83
relating to Art. 26(2); AM 86 relating to Art. 27(2); AM 88 relating to Art. 29(4); AM 99 relating to Art. 34 (4).
Member States who so wish are invited to comment on these EP amendments." [emphasis in original]
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