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Parliamentary questions
20 November 2013
Answer given by Mr Rehn on behalf of the Commission

The responsibility to organise privatisation processes belongs to Member States, acting in full compliance with EC law, and taking into account international experiences and best practices. The choice of what, how far and in which sequence public assets or companies should be privatised remains entirely with the Greek authorities.

The European legislation includes several targets aiming at encouraging reuse and recycling notably for municipal waste (50% re-use/recycling rate to be met by 2020). It is the responsibility of the Member States to organise their waste management systems so that the European targets are met. Therefore the possible creation of a National Waste Agency is an exclusive competence of the national authorities.

According to the information presented by the Greek authorities in September 2013, all illegal landfills in Naflion zone have been closed and are currently being rehabilitated. However should the Commission receive any new information proving the non-compliance in this area, it will take all necessary steps to ensure full application of the European legislation.

OJ C 208, 03/07/2014
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