23 October 2006
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|Proposal||from Commission (COM (2001) 259, 23 May 2001; OJ 2001 C 270 E/144; OJ 2001 C 304 E/172)|
|EP committee||Oostlander report (A5-0460/2001) adopted by committee, 18 Dec. 2001; exchange of views on reconsideration, 19/20 Feb. 2002 and due for 19 Mar. 2002; report (A5-0123/2002) adopted 18 April 2002; Oostlander reconsultation report adopted, 19 Feb. 2004 (A5-0095/2004)|
|EP plenary||sent back to committee, vote of 5 Feb. 2002 (OJ 2002 C 284 E/94); vote on revised report, 25 April 2002 (OJ 2003 C 131 E/98); EP to be reconsulted; plenary reconsultation vote in favour, 9 Mar. 2004|
|Council||15/16 Dec. 2001 Laeken European Council urged adoption by end May 2002; 13 June 2002 JHA Council reached ‘broad understanding’, with penalties issues still to be agreed; discussed at JHA Council 14/15 Oct. 2002; on agenda of JHA Council, 28/29 Nov. 2002; not agreed; European Council, 16-17 Oct. 2003, called for agreement if possible by end 2003; JHA Council agreed general approach, 27 Nov. 2003 (Council doc. 15102/2/03, 26 Nov. 2003); adopted as ‘A’ point, 25/26 Oct. 2004 JHA Council.
Framework Decision 2004/757/JHA
|Implementation date||12 May 2006 (Art. 9(1))|
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