EP Briefing 2003-06-18: Protection of animals used for scientific purposes

June 17, 2003

Strasbourg, 16 Jun 2003

Caroline JACKSON (EPP-ED, South West) for the Environment Committee will be recommending that Parliament approve the Council's common position without amendment. The aim of the directive is to amend current EU legislation (directive 86/609/EEC ) on the protection of animals used for experiments, and to bring it into line with the Council of Europe Convention.


Caroline JACKSON (EPP-ED, South West)
Report on the Council common position for adopting a European Parliament and Council directive amending Council Directive 86/609/EEC on the approximation of laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the Member States regarding the protection of animals used for experimental and other scientific purposes
(5240/1/2003 - C5-0134/2003 - 2001/07(COD))
Doc.: A5-0185/2003 [may not be available yet]


Procedure: Codecision (2nd reading)
Vote: 19.06.2003 (Rule 110a (3)

European Parliament Briefing 2003-06-18

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