Majority now needed for EC regulatory committee meetings:
This article was originally published in Clinica
A significant change has been made to the rules of procedure of the European Commission's regulatory decision-making committee, the so-called Article 7 committee. In the past, any member state could request a meeting of this committee; the new rules mean that a majority of member states need to support a meeting before it will be convened.
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