I have just looked on Europarl's Legislative Observatory
and there has been a report from the EP on 9th Feb. this
"The committee adopted the report by Arie OOSTLANDER
(EPP-ED, NL) approving the proposed framework decision
without amendment under the consultation procedure."
I can't get in to PreLex at the moment but it's best to
check there too.
On Tue, 16 Mar 2004 10:24:11 -0000 Hester Swift
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> I have a question about the "Proposal for a Council framework decision
> laying down minimum provisions on the constituent elements of criminal acts
> and penalties in the field of drug trafficking" ( COM (2001) 259 / OJ C
> 304E, 2001, p.172).
> The Council agreed a compromise text on 27/11/03 (Parliament approved this
> text without amendment on 09/03/04). Would I be right in assuming that the
> Council's agreed text is Document number 15102/2/03, available via the
> Documents Register? It's dated 26th Nov. 2003. Would there have been
> further amendments made on 27th Nov? There is no document number mentioned
> in the Council press release announcing the agreement, as far as I can see.
> Grateful for any advice!
> Hester Swift
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