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Parliamentary questions
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13 April 2016
Question for written answer E-002967-16
to the Commission
Rule 130
Ádám Kósa (PPE) , Tamás Deutsch (PPE) , András Gyürk (PPE) , György Schöpflin (PPE) , Andor Deli (PPE) , György Hölvényi (PPE) , Ildikó Gáll-Pelcz (PPE) , József Szájer (PPE) , Norbert Erdős (PPE) , Andrea Bocskor (PPE)

 Subject:  Wake Up, Europe! European Citizens' Initiative
 Answer in writing 

Does the fact that the Commission has been following a new procedure regarding the admissibility of European Citizens' Initiative proposals since the end of last year, and that it is now the College of Commissioners that decides on the admissibility of initiatives, also mean that the Commission intends to pay special attention to the subsequent fate of initiatives deemed admissible by the College of Commissioners?

If the Commission had a pressing reason for changing the internal procedure for the European Citizens' Initiative so that it will now be dealt with in the highest political forum, we can also expect it, by the same reasoning, to pay special attention to the initiatives approved by the College of Commissioners for the remainder of the procedure, in particular during monitoring of the process of collecting signatures.

Original language of question: HU 
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