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Parliamentary questions
15 November 2004
E-2022/2004
Answer given by Mr Vitorino on behalf of the Commission

1. According to the information available to the Commission all Member States except for Denmark, Ireland, Latvia, Sweden and the United Kingdom, currently operate a national identity card scheme.

2. It is compulsory for citizens to carry an identity card in the following Member States: Belgium, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Spain, France, Italy, Cyprus, Luxembourg, Hungary, Poland, Portugal and Slovakia. In Germany, citizens can carry either a passport or an identity card.

3. In the performance of its duties under the Treaties, the Commission does not acquire information of the kind requested. It is therefore unable to answer the question.

OJ C 125, 29/05/2006
Senaste uppdatering: 21 juni 2006Rättsligt meddelande