EU: "Interoperable" databases or rather the creation of a centralised Justice and Home Affairs database

First two measures agreed between the Council and the European Parliament - full text of Regulations


• Police cooperation, asylum and migration: Regulation on establishing a framework for interoperability between EU information systems (police and judicial cooperation, asylum and migration) and amending [Regulation (EU) 2018/XX [the Eurodac Regulation],] Regulation (EU) 2018/XX [the Regulation on SIS in the field of law enforcement], Regulation (EU) 2018/XX [the ECRIS-TCN Regulation] and Regulation (EU) 2018/XX [the eu-LISA Regulation] (326 pages, pdf)

Four column document with the Commission proposal, the Council position, the European Parliament position and the agreed "compromise" text.

• Borders and visa: Regulation on establishing a framework for interoperability between EU information systems (borders and visa) and amending Council Decision 2004/512/EC, Regulation (EC) No 767/2008, Council Decision 2008/633/JHA, Regulation (EU) 2016/399, Regulation (EU) 2017/2226, Regulation (EU) 2018/XX [the ETIAS Regulation], Regulation (EU) 2018/XX [the Regulation on SIS in the field of border checks] and Regulation (EU) 2018/XX [the eu-LISA Regulation]xx (437 pages, pdf)

Four column document with the Commission proposal, the Council position, the European Parliament position and the agreed "compromise" text.

See: The Council of the European Union press release: Interoperability between EU information systems: Council Presidency and European Parliament reach provisional agreement (pdf)

And: Statewatch Observatory: Creation of a centralised Justice & Home Affairs database is "a point of no return"

 

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