EU Affairs Committee Wants Debate on REACH, Services Directive

Ljubljana, 25 November - The parliamentary EU affairs committee wants to hold a debate on the proposed EU REACH regulation and the services directive and not just back the government's position, committee chair Anton Kokalj said on Friday in Ljubljana. This will mean that Slovenian government officials will not be able to express Slovenia's standpoints on the documents in the EU until parliament debates them.

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