|Briefing Amendments to the proposal for an EU regulation on implementing acts|
22 June 2010 | Read the briefing
ClientEarth proposes amendments to stregthen the European Parliament's role in the decision making process of implementing acts. The briefing presents arguments to support that the interpretation of article 291 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the EU and in particular the notion of "control by Member States" should not be considered as referred to Committees exclusively but also to the European Parliament.
The European Parliament should be enabled to participate in the decision making of implementing acts to ensure more transparency and democracy in the EU decision making process versus a system based on the adoption of measures in close doors (in Committees).