Agendas and EU legislative preparatory documents debated in Trilogues meetings from June 8th-July 05th, 2023

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Subject : access to Agendas and EU legislative preparatory documents debated in Trilogues meetings from June 8th-July 05th, 2023

Dear European Parliament and Council of the European Union

According to news agencies several legislative Trilogues meetings took places between June 8th, and July 05th 2023. The latest news were notably referring to the political and technical trilogue covering the two legislative proposals ASAP (Ammunition - Proc 2023-0140(COD)) and EDIRPA (joint contracts – Proc 2022-0219(COD)).

However, no official information has yet been published by the co-legislator in their Registers of documents notwithstanding the provisions of art. 15.2 of TFEU, art. 11 and 12 of Regulation 1049/01 and the relevant CJEU Jurisprudence (notably, Case T-540/15).

Bearing in mind that participative democracy, as promoted by the EU Treaties, is meaningful only if legislative preparatory documents are accessible in a timely manner (see Case T-163/21) and that according to art.15 of Regulation 1049/01 “The institutions shall develop good administrative practices in order to facilitate the exercise of the right of access..” I therefore kindly ask to release as soon as possible, in the public domain, the meeting agendas and the legislative preparatory documents debated in Trilogues legislative meetings from June 08th until July 05th.

Thanks in advance for your attention

Emilio De Capitani
11 rueDarwin
1190 Brussels

Parlement européen

Our reference: 2023-2993

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Dear Mr De Capitani,

In reply to your request for the "release in the public domain the meeting
agendas and the legislative preparatory documents debated in Trilogues
legislative meetings from June 08th until July 05th Parliament identified
and published the following documents :

EMPL   2022/0298        Protection asbestos 4 doc Agenda+4CT 15/6 + 27/6

ENVI     2022/0100        Substances/ozone 2 doc Agenda-4CT 13/6

             2022/0099        Fluorinated gases 2 doc Agenda-4CT 13/6

INTA     2021/0297        Tariff preferences Agenda +4CT 12 & 27/6

CONT-BUDG     2022/0162        Recast financial rules Budget 28/6 Agenda+
4CT

ECON   2021/0239        AMLR 4CT+ Agenda 14/6

             2021/0341        CRD 4CT+ Agenda 15/6 / Agenda 26/6

             2021/0342        CRR Agenda + seven 4CT part 1,2, 3, 4, 5,6,7

             2021/0376        AiFMD 4CT+ Agenda 13/6

             2021/0384        MiFID 4CT+ Agenda 29/6

             2021/0385        MiFIR 4CT+ Agenda 29/6

             2023/0074        CSDR 4CT+ Agenda 27/6

ECON - LIBE      2021/0240        AMLA 4CT+ Agenda 28/6

TRAN   2021/0419        ITS Agenda + two 4CT Ann I, Ann II-IV 8/6

             2021/0420        EU transp network 4CT+ Agenda 26/6

IMCO   2021/0381        Advertising 4CT+ Agenda 27/6

             2022/0092        Green transition protection 4CT+ Agenda 26/6

             2021/0106        AI Act Agenda 1st trilogue 14/6

ITRE     2022/0047        DATA ACT 4CT+Agenda 3rd-final trilogue 27/6

             2023/0140        ASAP 4CT+Agenda 27/6

AGRI    2022/0192        Farm sustainab 4CT + Agenda 29/6

AFET+ITRE         2022/0219        EDIRPA 2/5 4CT, 25/5 Age1st, 26/6 4CT,
29/64CT

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Kind regards,

TRANSPARENCY UNIT
European Parliament
Directorate-General for the Presidency
Directorate-General for Interinstitutional Affairs and Legislative
Coordination
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