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Fact-finding visit to Bulgaria

Briefing 05-02-2020

The PETI Committee decided to organise a fact-finding visit to Bulgaria as a result of a relatively large number of petitions it has received from Bulgarian citizens on the Bulgarian Code of Civil Procedure (CCP). Petitioners allege breaches of consumer rights, corruption, the role of bailiffs, violation of the right to a fair trial, and breaches of Directive 93/13/EEC on unfair terms in consumer contracts. The aim of the visit is to hear the petitioners and to investigate and discuss the subject ...

On 11 April 2018, the European Commission adopted a proposal for a directive on better enforcement and modernisation of EU consumer protection rules, as part of its 'new deal for consumers' package of measures. The proposal followed a fitness check of consumer legislation and an evaluation of the Consumer Rights Directive that showed that EU consumer legislation could benefit from certain aspects being clarified and brought into line with the reality of the digital economy. Following negotiations ...

En el marco de los esfuerzos encaminados a mejorar el cumplimiento de las normas relativas a la protección de los consumidores, la Comisión Europea ha propuesto una Directiva relativa a las acciones de representación para la protección de los intereses colectivos de los consumidores. La propuesta, presentada como parte del «Nuevo marco para los consumidores», tiene por objeto permitir a los consumidores de toda la Unión emplear las acciones de representación para exigir una indemnización de las empresas ...

EU consumer protection rules

Briefing 10-07-2018

The IA is aimed at underpinning new legislation in the field of consumer protection, as called for in various European Parliament resolutions. It represents a considerable body of work, based on extensive evaluation and consultation. Methodological weaknesses include the narrow range of options to calibrate the evaluation findings. Secondly, there are some presentation issues, which do not facilitate consideration of the Commission’s choices. For instance, the large space devoted to consultation ...

On 17 October 2016, Parliament's Legal Affairs Committee adopted a report on the application of the European Order for Payment procedure. The report is very critical of the Commission's belated implementation report and looks for the plenary to call upon the Commission to submit a fresh one.

This European Implementation Assessment aims to present an assessment of the functioning of the European order for payment procedure since its introduction, highlighting the main achievements of the procedure and the key implementation problems and concerns. Accordingly, this indepth analysis examines the European Commission's report on the application of the procedure and other published material on the subject by academics and practitioners, critically reviewing the overall findings. It has been ...