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Subject: Protectionist measures taken by emerging economies. Subject: Alarming levels of thorium at the military firing range lying between Cordenons, San Quirino, Vivaro and San Giorgio della Richinvelda, in the province of Pordenone. Subject: Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. Subject: EU funding to Irish semi-state companies. Subject: Protection of the lynx in the Vosges France.
Stassen to the Commission. Subject: Turkey publishes its own progress report. Subject: Appearance of carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteria in the EU.
Subject: New rules governing the methods used to produce smoked foodstuffs. Subject: Risk of poverty and social exclusion. Subject: Eating disorders among European men.
Subject: Poaching in Lebanon: possible Community measures to protect European migratory birds that are currently being slaughtered. Subject: Protection of migratory birds — illegal hunting activities. Subject: Illegal hunting in Lebanon and impact on European conservation objectives. Subject: Using crowdfunding and business angels to finance business start-ups in the EU.
Subject: TEN-T projects and cross-border connections cooperation. Subject: NER Programme and project funding assistance. Subject: Commission regulation on maximum levels of tarry substances in food. Subject: Seizure of a truck carrying weapons from Turkey to Syria. Subject: Rules for conditional approval of the drug Ataluren.
Subject: Directive on returning third-country nationals: Situation at the immigrant detention centre in Barcelona. Subject: The British economy and the Eurozone. Subject: New increase in the price of electricity in Spain. Subject: UK Government statements regarding changes to immigration policy. Subject: Prohibition of mercury-based manufacturing processes. Subject: Ratification of the Minamata Convention on mercury use and emissions. Subject: Guarantees for companies participating in tendering procedures.
Subject: Obstruction of the assessment of the Antequera railway test circuit. Subject: Desirability of imposing a solidarity tax on remittances to countries outside the EU. Subject: Movement of 70, vehicles and the Y Vasca. Subject: Bonds issued by southern European Member States and economic developments.
Subject: Future funding of pension systems, in particular in Austria and Germany. Subject: Online boom set to occur in Europe too. Subject: EU-Canada free trade agreement and the rights of indigenous peoples. Subject: Explanation in relation to the possible harmonisation of the academic calendar. Subject: Explanation further to the organisation of childcare services in Flanders.
Subject: Changes to legislation concerning food smoking methods. Subject: International Internet governance architecture. Subject: Toning down restrictions on speculative investments by banks. Subject: Equal access to education and training schemes for unemployed citizens. Subject: Getting out of the crisis: specific recommendations for Spain. Subject: Mortgage loans in the European Union.
Subject: Funding opportunities for pan-European healthcare professional organisations. Subject: Loss of healthcare cover by Spanish citizens after three months. Subject: Loss of health cover. Right to healthcare and free movement. Subject: Reducing the number of people at risk of poverty or social marginalisation.
Subject: Safeguarding exports of tomato derivatives. Subject: Effects of the reclassification of estuary-lagoon and coastal areas used for bivalve mollusc production in Portugal.
Subject: Increase in inequality since the start of the financial crisis. Subject: Troika demand for reductions in employers' contributions. Subject: Stage reached in the drafting of national rural development programmes. Subject: Implementation of road toll schemes and the principle of non-discrimination.
Subject: Inspection of taxpayers' bank accounts. Subject: Commitments to improve access to water and sanitation in Subject: Remuneration of Commission contract staff in Luxembourg.
Subject: Ineffectiveness of food supplements. Subject: Respecting the free movement of Romanian and Bulgarian workers. Subject: The Commission's contacts with the German Federal Chancellery in connection with railway policy.
Subject: EU funding for animal welfare in Romania. Subject: Draft law on the rules for implementing cohesion policy operational programmes financed under the multiannual financial framework in Poland. Subject: Dutch tax lease system — current state of the investigation. Subject: Turkey — violations of the rule of law. Subject: Intellectual property rights guarantee during registration of feed additives. Subject: State aid law — Radio and television licence fees.
Objet: Nouvelles techniques de biotechnologies. In , the Commission began a study into new biotechnology techniques.
These emerging techniques seek to modify the genome of organisms, such as plants, with a view to giving them new characteristics. In view of EU legislation on GMOs, the question arises as to the status of products obtained using these techniques, i. There is no external group appointed by the Commission for the abovementioned purpose. The Commission has not organised any hearings with third parties on NPBT at this stage, but has met with stakeholders that have expressed their interest in sharing their experience and views.
The Commission is committed to continuing dialogues with interested stakeholders. Door de CE-markering op zijn producten aan te brengen, verklaart de fabrikant, op eigen verantwoordelijkheid, dat deze producten aan alle wettelijke eisen voor zo'n markering beantwoorden.
Deze aangemelde instanties worden erkend door de lidstaten. Hoe garandeert de Commissie dat de aangemelde instanties uit de verschillende lidstaten de richtlijnen even strikt interpreteren en toepassen? Hoe garandeert de Commissie dat er geen ongelijkheden ontstaan tussen lidstaten inzake de soepelheid waarmee bedrijven de CE-markering kunnen verkrijgen?
Oefent de Commissie toezicht uit op de werkzaamheden van deze aangemelde instanties? En indien dit het geval is, hoe doet zij dit? Overeenkomstig Verordening EG nr. Ter vergroting van het vertrouwen in de werkzaamheden en bevindingen van conformiteitsbeoordelingsinstanties wordt in Verordening EG nr.
De Commissie ziet er samen met de lidstaten op toe dat deze toetsing naar behoren functioneert. De Commissie zorgt er ook voor dat accreditatie in het kader van harmonisatiewetgeving aan de bekwaamheidseisen voldoet.
Zij werkt op dit vlak nauw samen met de EA. Zij zijn gebonden aan de besluiten van deze groep. De Commissie neemt deel aan de werkzaamheden van deze groepen en zorgt er onder meer voor dat de aangemelde instanties hun evaluaties in de hele EU met dezelfde strengheid verrichten. By affixing the CE marking on their products, manufacturers declare, at their own liability, that these products meet the legal requirements for having this marking.
In the case of a number of products, awarding the CE marking is subject to verification by a notified body. These notified bodies are recognised by Member States. How does the Commission guarantee that the notified bodies from the various Member States interpret and apply the guidelines with equal rigour? How does the Commission guarantee that no discrepancies arise between Member States regarding how flexible the procedure is allowing companies to obtain the CE marking?
Does the Commission supervise the activities of these notified bodies? If so, how does it do this? The Commission, in cooperation with the Member States, oversees the proper functioning of this process. The Commission also ensures that accreditation meets the necessary level of competence in the area of harmonisation legislation. It closely cooperates with EA in this field. They are bound by the decisions of that group. Alla luce di quanto esposto, potrebbe la Commissione valutare se tale recepimento restrittivo della direttiva, che pregiudica la formazione universitaria degli studenti impegnati nello studio di materie scientifiche e il campo della ricerca in Italia rispetto agli altri Stati membri, possa creare effetti di distorsione del mercato interno UE?
L'Italia ha approvato un testo che vieta l'utilizzo di animali per gli xenotrapianti, ovvero il trapianto di cellule, tessuti o organi da una specie a un'altra, molto utilizzati per terapie sperimentali riguardanti patologie molto gravi.
Inoltre, gli xenotrapianti rappresentano uno strumento vitale per testare farmaci antineoplastici di nuova generazione.
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