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Parliamentary questions
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23 October 2018
Question for written answer E-005398-18
to the Commission
Rule 130
Pavel Telička (ALDE)

 Subject:  Supplementary question about Bavarian checks
 Answer in writing 

In reply to my Question P-004462/2018, the Commission mentions that, in its Recommendation of 12 May 2017 on proportionate police checks and police cooperation in the Schengen area (C(2017) 3349), it encouraged Member States to use the existing police powers under national law in an efficient way and to give precedence to police checks in case of serious threats to internal security or public policy instead of the temporary reintroduction of border controls at the internal borders.

Am I to understand, then, that some EU Member States are currently facing a serious threat to internal security or public policy?

Can the Commission specify this threat?

If the Member States are not facing such a threat, how can the Commission claim that the current Bavarian police checks on Czech citizens are consistent with the recommendation?

Original language of question: CS 
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