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|Proposal||from Commission (COM (2003) 427, 22 July 2003)); revised proposal following EP vote: COM (2006) 83, 21 Feb. 2006; comments on Common Position: COM (2006) 566, 27 Sep. 2006; comments on EP second-reading amendments (COM (2007) 126, 14 Mar. 2007)|
|Legal base||Article 61(c) EC|
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committee vote in favour of Wallis report (A6-0211/2005), 20 June 2005; plenary first-reading vote 6 July 2005; committee vote 20 Dec. 2006 on Wallis report, second reading (A6-0481/2006); plenary vote, second reading, on 18 Jan. 2007; third-reading Wallis report adopted by committee (A6-0257/2007), 28 June 2007; third-reading plenary vote in favour, 10 July 2007
|Council||discussed at JHA Council, 21 Feb. 2006; political agreement at JHA Council, 27/28 April 2006; Common Position adopted as ‘A’ point by General affairs Council, 25 Sep. 2006 (OJ 2006 C 289 E/68); April 2007 JHA Council rejected EP’s second reading amendments; EP/Council deal reached in conciliation committee, 15 May 2007; report on negotiations to JHA Council, June 2007; adopted by Environment Council, 28 June 2007: Regulation 864/2007/EC|
|Application date||11 Jan. 2009 (Art. 32)|
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