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Parliamentary questions
10 September 2013
E-010034-13
Question for written answer
to the Commission
Rule 117
Sir Graham Watson (ALDE)

 Subject:  Gibraltar and European Union law
 Answer(s) 

Gibraltar joined the European Community alongside the rest of the United Kingdom in 1973, and it is obligated to comply with EC law by virtue of Article 355(3) TFEU.

In the light of the above, can the Commission:
1. Confirm that there are no directives on financial services outstanding for transposition in Gibraltar?
2. Confirm that there are no directives on the exchange of information or mutual assistance on tax matters outstanding for transposition in Gibraltar?
3. Say what directives to combat money laundering have been transposed in Gibraltar and whether any remain outstanding?
4. Confirm, based on more general legislation, that all EU directives, the transposition deadline of which has passed, have been transposed in Gibraltar?
 OJ C 197, 26/06/2014
Last updated: 27 September 2013Legal notice