COREPER


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COREPERComitato dei rappresentanti permanenti (Italian: Permanent Representative Committee; EU)
COREPERComité dos Representantes Permanente (French: Committee of Permanent Representatives of EU Member States)
COREPERComité des Représentants Permanents (French: Committee of Permanent Representatives; EU)
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There are two COREPER formations (I and II); COREPER I is attended by the Deputy Permanent Representative and covers issues which fall under the following Council formations: Competitiveness; Agriculture & Fisheries; Environment; Transport, Telecommunication & Energy; Employment, Social Policy, Health & Consumer Affairs; and Education, Youth, Culture & Sports.
El jueves 12, mientras que la SRE y la Secofi anunciaban enfaticamente en Mexico el exito de las negociaciones, en Bruselas el Coreper descubria con estupefaccion en que habia quedado su "intocable" clausula democratica, revisada y corregida por los expertos mexicanos.
Any other business request for a discussion in COREPER on the Impact Assessment in relation to the non-ETS Proposal.
In order to break the stalemate, the Greek EU Presidency discussed the issue at a working group meeting, on 21 January, and came back to it in Coreper, on 24 January.
This has already been validated by Coreper, and is now awaiting the green light from the EP plenary - expected on 8 October.
There are two COREPER formations (I and II); COREPER II is attended by the Permanent Representative and covers issues which fall under the following Council formations: General Affairs; Foreign Affairs; Justice & Home Affairs; and Economic & Financial Affairs.
Next steps : After endorsement by the Coreper of the draft regulation, the Council and the European Parliament will have to formally adopt the final text of the regulation before its publication in the Official Journal of the EU.
Barring an adverse opinion from Coreper, the two sets of documents are expected to be adopted without debate at the Agriculture and Fisheries Council, on 29 and 30 September.
In order to break the stalemate, the Greek EU Presidency proposed to discuss the issue at a working group meeting, on 21 January, and come back to it in Coreper, on 24 January.
On 18 December 2015, under the Luxembourg Presidency and subject to the European Parliament and Council formal vote, the Coreper (Permanent Representatives Committee) approved a final package on plant health.
The French delegation points out that, while the compromises failed to obtain the support of a qualified majority at the 29 November Coreper meeting - as reported in the article entitled Posting of workers hits fresh impasse' (Europolitics 4763) - the Lithuanian Presidency has said that it is working on another compromise proposal.
The last text submitted to Coreper, on 11 June, bans all carcinogens and sets the objective of a zero residue level of such substances in agricultural products, the zero reference level being guaranteed by laboratories with the most sensitive equipment.