Swedish Parliament

Proposal for a COUNCIL REGULATION on the exercise of the right to take collective action within the context of the freedom of establishment and the freedom to provide services

Scrutiny details

Subsidiarity deadline: 22/05/2012
 
Scrutiny Information

Scrutiny date: 20/03/2013

  A reasoned opinion has been sent

No Important information to exchange

No Veto

Information on parliamentary scrutiny

Referred to the Committee on Labour Market.

The Committee on Labour Market deliberated with the Government on the matter on 2012-04-12.

The Committee has concluded that the proposal is in breach of the principle of subsidiarity. A proposal for a reasoned opinion has been submitted to the Chamber for consideration in statement 2011/12:AU14 Subsidiaritetsprövning av förslag till Monti II-förordning.

The statement has been debated and decided upon by the Chamber. Consideration concluded with the Chamber adopting a reasoned opinion.

The Commission's reply to the statement from the Swedish Parliament has been received.


Committee on the Labour Market, Statement 2011/12: AU14 Subsidiarity check of the proposed Monti II Regulation

Summary

The Committee, in this statement, has examined the Commission's proposal for a Council Regulation on the exercise of the right to collective action in connection with the freedom of establishment and the freedom to provide services (COM (2012) 130 final), the Monti II Regulation. The Committee considers that this proposal is not consistent with the principle of subsidiarity. The Committee therefore proposes that the Riksdag takes a decision to submit a reasoned opinion to the European Parliament, Council and Commission Chair in accordance with Chapter 10 Section 6 of the Riksdag Act.


Lisbon Treaty procedures
 
  Reasoned opinion

11/05/2012 | Reasoned opinion

A reasoned opinion was transmitted to the European Parliament, the Council and the Commission on 11 May 2012

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