Justice and Home Affairs Ministers Agree on Approaches to Several Legislative Dossiers
4 July 2022 (updated 1 year, 9 months ago)
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At their meeting on 9/10 June 2022, the Justice and Home Affairs Ministers of the EU Member States agreed on their positions on several legislative proposals that are in the pipeline in the area of freedom, security and justice. In detail, the agreements concern:

  • Partial general approach on the draft environmental crime directive (→ eucrim 4/2021, 219);
  • General approach on the draft regulation on digital information exchange in terrorism cases (→ eucrim 4/2021, 204-205);
  • General approach on the draft regulation establishing a collaboration platform for joint investigation teams (→ eucrim 4/2021, 205);
  • General approach on the reform of the Schengen borders code (→ eucrim 4/2021, 203);
  • General approach on a directive on information exchange between law enforcement authorities (→ eucrim 4/2021, 225);
  • General approach on a regulation on automated data exchange for police cooperation – “Prüm II” (→ eucrim 4/2021, 225);

The Ministers were also informed of the state of play of other current legislative proposals.

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Thomas Wahl

Max Planck Institute for the Study of Crime, Security and Law (MPI CSL)

Public Law Department

Senior Researcher