Documents from 31 May 1986 to 25 October 1988

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Carr, Mary

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Commission intervention in case 70/88 Parliament V Council Chernobyl Regulation – legal basis article 31 of the ECSC Treaty. Inter-institutional conflict. Includes: Council regulation (EEC) No. 1707/86 of 30 May 1986 on the conditions governing imports of agricultural products originating in third countries following the accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power-station. Proposal for a Council regulation laying down maximum permitted radioactivity levels for foodstuffs, feeding stuffs and drinking water in the case of abnormal levels of radioactivity or of a nuclear accident (various Secretary General documents on this, reports of meetings etc.). Note pour le dossier – Base juridique de la proposition de règlement "post-Chernobyl". Notes on legal base of the EP post Chernobyl proposals. Rapport élaboré par le groupe de travail créé par le groupe interinstitutionnel sur la mise en oeuvre de l’Acte unique. Note to Mr O’Sullivan, Cabinet of Mr Sutherland on radioactivity in foodstuffs. Material concerning the EP challenging the legal base which the Commission proposed for one of the post-Chernobyl proposals – relating to min. and max. levels of permissible radiation for foodstuffs. Memo on the main arguments in favour of a change of legal base of the Post-Chernobyl proposals sent by O’Sullivan to Sutherland. Line to be followed by the Commission in choosing leval bases for its proposal. Preliminary observations of the Commission sent to the Court supporting the Council in the Parliaments action against the Council on the Chernobyl Affairs. Draft statement delivered by Mr Sutherland before the enlarged bureau of EP – Post-Chernobyl Court Case and relations questions.

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