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European Citizens’ Initiative: Commission decides to register a new initiative calling for asylum and migration reforms

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The Commission has decided to register a European Citizens’ Initiative (ECI) entitled ‘Ensuring a dignified reception of migrants in Europe’.

Organizatori inicijative pozivaju Komisiju da razvije novi sustav za dobrovoljnu raspodjelu tražitelja azila diljem EU-a, istovremeno osiguravajući učinkovitu solidarnost između država članica. Također pozivaju na obvezujuće standarde prihvata koji jamče dostojanstvene životne uvjete za tražitelje azila diljem EU-a, na primjer u pogledu hrane, zdravlja, stanovanja, obrazovanja i rada.

Odluka o upisu je pravne prirode. Ne prejudicira pravne i političke zaključke Komisije o ovoj inicijativi niti radnje koje će poduzeti, ako ih bude, u slučaju da inicijativa dobije potrebnu podršku.

As this European Citizens’ Initiative fulfils the formal conditions, the Commission considers that it is legally admissible. The Commission has not analysed the substance of the proposal at this stage.

Sadržaj inicijative izražava samo stavove skupine organizatora i ni na koji se način ne može smatrati da odražava stavove Povjerenstva.

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Following today’s registration, the organisers have six months to open the signature collection. If a European Citizens’ Initiative receives one million statements of support within one year, from at least seven different Member States, the Commission will have to react. The Commission could decide either to take the request forward or not, and will be required to explain its reasoning.

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The European Citizens’ Initiative was introduced with the Lisbon Treaty as an agenda-setting tool in the hands of citizens. It was officially launched in April 2012. Once formally registered, a European Citizens’ Initiative allows one million citizens from at least seven EU Member States to invite the European Commission to propose legal acts in areas where it has the power to act. The conditions for admissibility are: (1) the proposed action does not manifestly fall outside the framework of the Commission’s powers to submit a proposal for a legal act, (2) it is not manifestly abusive, frivolous or vexatious and (3) it is not manifestly contrary to the values of the Union.

Since the beginning of the ECI, the Commission has received 125 requests to launch a European Citizens’ Initiative, 98 of which were admissible and thus qualified to be registered. Today’s decision is the second initiative registered this year.

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