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Comments on Polish draft Law on Genetically Modified Organisms
Comments on the European Commission’s notification pursuant to Article 95, paragraph 5 of the EC Treaty, concerning the Polish draft Act on Genetically Modified Organisms.- Greenpeace
Economic impact of EU unapproved GMOs on Europe's feed and livestock production - Joint Industry reference document and Questions and Answers - EuropaBio
The EU Commission has published its first ever report on the Economic Impact caused by EU Unapproved GMOs on Europe's feed imports and livestock production. This statement and Questions and Answers document on this report was produced jointly by European commodity traders, the European Feed Manufacturers', the European seed and bean crushers, meal producers, vegetable producers/processors and the European biotech industry, EuropaBio.
How the majority of EU legislation gets created - infographic
The European Parliament became a central part of the EU decision-making process when the co-decision procedure was introduced in 1992. Under the co-decision procedure, a proposal tabled by the European Commission needs to be approved by both the European Parliament and the national governments - represented by the Council of the European Union - in order to become European legislation. The system gave an equal say to both the elected MEPs and the national governments on a wide range of issues, including for example migration, energy, transport, environment, economic governance and consumer protection. In 2009 the co-decision procedure became the main way of creating European legislation under the Lisbon Treaty, which also renamed it the ordinary legislative procedure.
Results of the Latvian Presidency of the EU Infographic
Infographic on the achievements of the Latvian presidency of the Council of the European Union, 1 January to 30 June 2015. Source: Latvian presidency
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