CM1910 Tackling the dissemination of terrorist content online

The Meijers Committee commends the efforts by the European Parliament to amend several of the elements of the Commission's proposed ‘Regulation on preventing the dissemination of terrorist content online,’ that the Meijers Committee has criticized in its previous comments. The Meijers Committee would like to add some further suggestions for amendements. 



CM1909 Opinion of the Meijers Committee on interstate procedures and the rule of law

In view of persisting worrying developments concerning the rule of law in Poland and Hungary, our Committee has delivered an opinion about the possibility of starting an interstate legal procedure against these two countries for a systematic failure to respect the rule of law. We recommend a coalition of EU Member States to bring an interstate complaint before the Court of Justice of the EU on the basis of 259 TFEU.


CM1908 Response to a Note from the Presidency on ‘The future of EU substantive criminal law – Policy debate’

During the Romanian Presidency a debate was launched on ‘the future of EU substantive criminal law’. As a result the Presidency has drafted a report, which aims to provide assistance in the process of (possibly) further developing the regulatory framework in the field of EU substantive criminal law.


CM1907 Brief over de JBZ-Raad van 7 en 8 oktober 2019

De Commissie Meijers heeft kennis genomen van de agenda voor de JBZ-Raad van 7 en 8 oktober 2019. Ter voorbereiding op het algemeen overleg, vindt u in deze brief een aantal opmerkingen en vragen met betrekking tot te behandelen onderwerpen op de agenda voor de JBZ-Raad.


CM1906 Additional comments on the proposal for a regulation on European Production and Preservation Orders for electronic evidence in criminal matters

Last year, the Meijers Committee submitted a number of comments on the initial legislative proposals made by the European Commission on cross-border access to electronic evidence (COM (2018) 225 final). With this new letter, the Meijers Committee wishes to demand renewed attention for its previous comments and to raise an additional issue, also considering the working documents of the European Parliament.