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Parliamentary questions
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18 September 2018
E-004732-18
Question for written answer E-004732-18
to the Commission
Rule 130
Izaskun Bilbao Barandica (ALDE) , Clara Eugenia Aguilera García (S&D) , Marina Albiol Guzmán (GUE/NGL) , Ana Gomes (S&D) , Stelios Kouloglou (GUE/NGL) , António Marinho e Pinto (ALDE) , Jordi Solé (Verts/ALE) , Ramon Tremosa i Balcells (ALDE) , Ernest Urtasun (Verts/ALE)

 Subject:  Recommendations of the Nagy report on Fundamental Rights and response
 Answer in writing 

In relation to response E-003111/2018 from 7 August of this year on the European Commission’s implementation of some of the recommendations in the Nagy Report on the Situation of Fundamental Rights in the European Union, we are sorry to say that we have not found clear information in its text about the three specific questions that we, the signatory Members, asked.

As a result and in order to clarify the information that we requested as far as possible, can the Commission say:

1. Does it, as suggested by the Nagy Report, intend to launch a comparative study on how crimes by totalitarian regimes, which occurred in Europe, are investigated and solved, in order to help to address the shortcomings in this area, which are condemned in United Nations reports?
2. Should this work, a proposal which has been backed by a large majority of the European Parliament plenary, not be carried out, could it explain the reasons justifying this decision to us?
3. Does it believe that preventing the investigation of these crimes demeans the victims of these totalitarian regimes and, as a result, contradicts the principles upon which the European Union was founded?

Original language of question: ES 
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