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  MÓDOSÍTÁSOK 1 - 17 - Véleménytervezet - az Európai Unió pénzügyi érdekeinek védelméről – a csalás elleni küzdelemről szóló 2013. évi éves jelentésről

Date : 09-12-2014

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LIBE_AM(2014)544273 PE 544.273v01-00


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AMENDMENTS 1 - 21 - Draft opinion - General budget of the European Union for the financial year 2015 - all sections

Date : 28-08-2014

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LIBE_AM(2014)537309 PE 537.309v01-00


Documents in dossier LIBE/8/00604

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