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Parliamentary questions
14 April 2014
E-004666-14
Question for written answer
to the Commission
Rule 117
Véronique De Keyser (S&D)

 Subject:  Eligibility to be a sponsor of a citizens' initiative
 Answer(s) 

Are organisations whose public statements are at odds with the Charter of Fundamental Rights eligible to be organisers and sponsors of a citizens’ initiative? In that connection, do the homophobic statements and/or statements resolutely hostile to women’s rights which can be found on the websites of the associations which supported the ‘One of us’ initiative not represent a serious problem? What is the Commission’s stance on this matter?

Original language of question: FROJ C 435, 04/12/2014
Last updated: 19 August 2014Legal notice