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Parliamentary questions
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16 January 2019
P-000210-19
Question for written answer P-000210-19
to the Commission
Rule 130
Giancarlo Scottà (ENF) , Danilo Oscar Lancini (ENF)

 Subject:  Revision of Key Concepts Document — Article 7(4) of Directive 2009/147/EC
 Answer in writing 

In 2017, the Commission launched the process of revision of the Key Concepts Document, and Italy joined the process, in which it was represented by the Ministry of the Environment and Protection of Land and Sea, for five species: song thrush, redwing, fieldfare, woodcock and teal.

Although the Ministry has entrusted the Regions with the task of making proposals for updating the Key Concepts Document and ISPRA with the task of compiling the data to be sent to the Commission in response to the regional proposals, rather than promoting discussion between them, it has forwarded to the various parties the ISPRA reports in the form of final documents which arbitrarily designate precise pre-nuptial migration periods for these species.

— Is the Commission aware of this situation?

— Is the Commission considering adopting a more ‘European’ approach to the KC by applying the concept of transnationality to KC issues?

— Has the Commission checked whether the data was collected and processed in accordance with the obligation to hear all interested parties?

— Has it verified that the position forwarded by the Italian Ministry was based on an investigation and a procedure that accorded with the one indicated by the Commission?

Original language of question: IT 
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