Slovenian National Assembly

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: 05/06/2012

Subsidiarity Concern:

No Important information to exchange

No Veto

Information on parliamentary scrutiny

Passed on to the Committee on Labour, the Family, Social Policy and the Disabled. The document has been discussed at its 5th extraordinary meeting of 17 May 2012.

 

And at its 18th meeting of 25 May 2012 the Committee on EU Affairs of the National Assembly of the Republic of Slovenia adopted the following Position:

 

The Republic of Slovenia welcomes the much awaited shift in such context, reflected in the submitted proposal for an implementing directive (Proposal for a Directive of the European Parliament and the Council implementing Directive 96/71/EC concerning the posting of workers in the framework of the provision of services) and in the proposal for a regulation (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). In the latter case, Slovenia particularly welcomes the approach whereby the right to the collective action is recognised also by a specific binding legal act, in addition to the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights.

 

The Republic of Slovenia is of the opinion that the 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 should not lead to the conclusion that economic freedoms are above the right to take collective actions. Likewise, Slovenia believes that it is necessary to properly observe the relevant legislation where such exists.

 

The Republic of Slovenia shares the position of most Member States, which are not in favour of the 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.

 

The subsidiarity concern was not the subject of scutiny in the National Assembly of the Republic of Slovenia.


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