Legislative files, such as the proposed e-privacy regulation, that have not yet been adopted by the EU institutions will be affected by the dissolution of the 2014-2019 European Parliament.
Cullen International published a report that looks at the consequences of the dissolution of the 2014-2019 European Parliament for legislative files that have not yet been adopted by the EU institutions.
- summarises the key dates regarding the transition from the current parliamentary term to the next one (2019-2024);
- identifies which EU legislative files will not be adopted under the current parliamentary term; and
- explains the conditions under which the newly elected European Parliament would be able to carry over the above files.
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