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Wednesday, 12 September 2018 - Strasbourg Revised edition

A European Strategy for Plastics in a circular economy - Options to address the interface between chemical, product and waste legislation (debate)
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  John Stuart Agnew (EFDD), blue-card answer. – The argument is that it we should allow it to be evaluated scientifically and it should not be completely disregarded by a committee that is called the ‘Committee on the Environment’ in the European Parliament, the members of which are not scientists.

 
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