[pp.int.general] data retention & article 11 TEU
jerry.weyer at pp-international.net
Fri Mar 5 11:04:33 CET 2010
Yes, early 2011 sorry.
It is also possible to send petitions to the EU Parliament:
> If the subject of your petition concerns an area of activity of the
> European Union it will normally be declared admissible by the Committee on
> Petitions, which will then decide what type of action should be taken,
> according to the Rules of Procedure.
> Depending on the circumstances, the Committee on Petitions may:
> - ask the European Commission to conduct a preliminary investigation
> and provide information regarding compliance with relevant Community
> legislation or contact SOLVIT,
> - refer the petition to other European Parliament committees for
> information or further action (a committee might, for example, take account
> of a petition in its legislative activities),
> - in some exceptional cases prepare and submit a full report to
> Parliament to be voted upon in plenary ; or conduct a fact-finding visit to
> the country or region concerned and issue a Committee report containing its
> observations and recommendations;
> - or take any other action considered appropriate to try to resolve an
> issue or deliver a suitable response to the petitioner.
> This is a single form, so no signatures needed.
On Fri, Mar 5, 2010 at 9:29 AM, Nicolas Sahlqvist <nicco77 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Early 2011 you mean, this is what is stated in the summary document. It
> also says that the proposal is currently under consultation on how to make
> these features operational and how to deal with a number of additional
> questions not covered in the treaty:
> • minimum number of EU countries signatories must come from
> • minimum number of signatories per country
> • minimum age of signatories
> • form and wording of a citizens' initiative
> • rules on collecting, verifying and authenticating signatures
> • time limit for collecting signatures
> • how to officially register initiatives
> • rules on transparency and funding (applicable to organisers)
> • possible time limit for Commission response
> - Nicolas
> PPI / PPSE member
> On Fri, Mar 5, 2010 at 1:12 AM, Jerry Weyer <
> jerry.weyer at pp-international.net> wrote:
>> Just to inform anybody that doesn't want to read the docs: the initative
>> is not yet operational (pending regulation), so that's no option for us.
>> Will be operational probably early 2010.
>> On Fri, Mar 5, 2010 at 12:40 AM, Jerry Weyer <
>> jerry.weyer at pp-international.net> wrote:
>>> You can find more information on this here:
>>> http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/secretariat_general/citizens_initiative/index_en.htm(check the FAQ)
>> Pirate Parties International - General Talk
>> pp.international.general at lists.pirateweb.net
> Pirate Parties International - General Talk
> pp.international.general at lists.pirateweb.net
> Weyer Jerry
Vice-President Pirate Party of Luxembourg
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