26 November 2021
The Council has circulated an unofficial consolidated text of the revised proposal for an Asylum Procedure Regulation, which would replace a previous Directive on common procedures for international protection in the EU. Available here, it will aid understanding of the proposal for individuals and organisations working to protect individual rights.
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NOTE from: Presidency to: Delegations: Amended proposal for a REGULATION OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL establishing a common procedure for international protection in the Union and repealing Directive 2013/32/EU (13884/21, LIMITE, 17 November 2021, 202 pages, pdf):
"This document contains an unofficial consolidated version of the text of the proposal for an Asylum Procedure Regulation, as amended by the Commission on 23 September 2020. It is provided for the convenience of delegations, following previous requests made by members of the Asylum Working Party.
Modifications of the latest version of the text, contained in document ST 7890/21 are indicated as follows:
– new text compared to the previous version is in bold and shaded in grey;
– deleted text compared to the previous version is in strikethrough and shaded in grey."
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