Daniel Gueguen

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You will recall that last year PACT European Affairs published its booklet ‘Better Regulation: 10 graphs to help you understand’, providing a useful visual overview and analysis of the Commission’s Better Regulation package and what it means for EU public affairs. PACT has now updated its booklet in light of the new Inter-institutional Agreement on… » read more

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I often write about EU secondary legislation and I am happy to host this piece on my blog – because comitology does not always have to be serious and dry!   Mr Trump, what is your overall view on the Lisbon Treaty framework of secondary legislation and Level 2 acts? Secondary? Level 2? Come on… » read more

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Dans un passé encore récent, nous avons beaucoup communiqué sur le dossier Orphacol. Flashback : il s’agissait d’autoriser un médicament orphelin via une décision d’exécution. L’affaire avait fait grand bruit. Nous en avions tiré une brochure « La saga Orphacol ». L’un des nombreux coups de théâtre de ce dossier avait consisté en la résiliation… » read more

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In the not too distant past, we communicated a lot about the Orphacol case, involving the authorisation of an orphan medicine via an implementing decision. The affair made great waves. We told the story in a booklet called ‘The Orphacol Saga.’ One of the many bombshells in this case occurred when a Member State interrupted… » read more

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We all received an early Christmas present this month as it was revealed that the Commission, European Parliament (EP) and Council have succeeded in negotiating the Inter-institutional Agreement (IIA) on Better Law-making. First proposed by the Commission in May 2015, the objective is to enhance all stages of EU decision-making – drafting, adoption, implementation and… » read more

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Inundated with delegated acts, should Parliament hire more or simply reorganise? In the same week when the European Parliament’s SecretaryGeneral, Klaus Welle, called for staff reinforcements to deal with the growing number of delegated acts, Richard Corbett – one of the fathers of the 2006 comitology reform – recommended that all MEPs faced with the… » read more

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