Council of he European Union: Qualifications Directive - With substantive reservations by Member States
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Revision 2 (LIMITE doc no: 8968-REV-2-17, 11 May 2017, pdf): With 186 Footnotes with Member State positions:
"New or modified text compared to the previous version of this document is to be found in Recitals (36a) and (41a), in Article 2 (9) and (14) and in Article 28 (2)."
Revision 1 of text (LIMITE doc no: 8968-REV-1-17, 10 May 2017, pdf): 186 Footnotes with Member State positions:
"Comments made by delegations on the Commission proposal text and on the Presidency compromise proposals, orally and in writing, as well as explanations given by the Presidency, appear in the footnotes of the Annex."
Proposal for a Regulation on standards for the qualification of third-country nationals or stateless persons as beneficiaries of international protection... (LIMITE doc no: 8968-17, 10 May 2017, pdf): 187 Footnotes with Member State positions:
"The attention of the delegations is drawn to the fact that , following the JHA Counsellors meeting on 16 May, the Presidency intends to submit the text to Coreper and subsequently to the Council for a partial general agreement."
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