Committees may be called upon to draft a report on legislative or non-legislative issues. Normally, the committee will be asked to draft a report on a particular issue, when it concerns a policy area for which it is competent. However, in certain circumstances, a committee may make a report on its own initiative. For each report a rapporteur, responsible for drafting the report, is chosen from amongst the members of the committee. Once a draft report has been written it is presented and discussed in committee meetings, and members may propose amendments if they wish. This page shows the draft report texts before amendments.
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DRAFT REPORT on organised crime, corruption and money laundering: recommendations on action and initiatives to be taken (final report)
DRAFT REPORT on organised crime, corruption, and money laundering: recommendations on action and initiatives to be taken (interim report)